Serving as a gateway into a popular small coastal city in South Carolina, Myrtle Beach International Airport is accessible via several major American airline companies. Along with the baggage claim area, the airline ticket counters are located in the First Floor of the terminal. The Second Floor of the terminal is where all but one of the departure gates are located at Myrtle Beach International Airport.
Allegiant Air connects Myrtle Beach International Airport with three regional airports in some of South Carolina’s neighboring states. This low cost airline offers flights to Knoxville McGhee Tyson Airport in Tennessee’s third largest city. The Tri-State Airport in West Virginia and Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport in Ohio are the other non-stop destinations that are part of the yearly Allegiant Air schedule at Myrtle Beach International Airport. During the peak tourism season, Allegiant Air also operates flights to Lehigh Valley International Airport in the Allentown region of Pennsylvania and Fort Wayne International Airport in Indianapolis.
All year long, Delta Air Lines invites tourists from one of the largest cities in the southeast to come and visit Myrtle Beach. Delta operates direct flights between Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta and Myrtle Beach International Airport. When the tourism season kicks in, Delta Air Lines also links Myrtle Beach with New York City’s LaGuardia Airport.
Spirit Airlines is in charge of the busiest schedule at Myrtle Beach International Airport. This Florida based low-cost airline connects Myrtle Beach with several major destinations in the Northeast. Spirit Airlines offers year round trips to Atlantic City, Boston and New York City. Operating flights to Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport, Spirit Airlines also connects Myrtle Beach with the company’s hometown in the Miami area. Passengers from upstate New York communities of Niagara Falls and Plattsburgh can escape the cold and enjoy the warmth of Myrtle Beach thanks to Spirit Airlines. Chicago and Washington D.C. are some of the other major destinations that are directly linked to Myrtle Beach International Airport on a seasonal basis via Spirit Airlines.
Operating direct flights between Newark Liberty International Airport and Myrtle Beach International Airport, United Airlines invites passengers from Northern New Jersey to come and enjoy the beaches of South Carolina. All year long, US Airways connects Myrtle Beach with Charlotte, Washington D.C. and Philadelphia.
Porter Airlines is the only international company serving Myrtle Beach International Airport. This regional Canadian carrier takes customers to the company’s base in Billy Bishop Toronto City, a small airport across the Downtown district of Canada’s largest city.