Myrtle Beach Area Airports
Flying to Myrtle Beach is quick and effortless with so many well-known carriers including Allegiant Air, ASA/Delta/Comair, Porter Air, Spirit, United, USAirways and WestJet.
The newly renovated Myrtle Beach International Airport serves as the commercial airport for the Grand Strand and also offers service for private companies. The airport is located on the south end of Myrtle Beach, approximately one mile from the Atlantic Ocean; it is accessible from U.S. 17 Business or Bypass.
Once you've arrived, don't fret over transportation to your ultimate destination. Several automobile rental agencies, taxi companies, and limousine services are available to take you where you need to go. In addition to the Myrtle Beach International Airport, there are several other local airports serving the private and corporate sectors.
The Grand Strand Airport, located in North Myrtle Beach between U.S. 17 and the Intracoastal Waterway, serves private and corporate aircraft with general aviation services, including parking, refueling, and maintenance. For more information call (843) 272-5337.
The Conway-Horry County Airport, located west of Conway on Hwy. 378, provides private and corporate aircraft with parking, refueling, and maintenance services. It is also the home of the North American Institute of Aviation, one of the finest flying schools in the nation. Phone: (843) 397-9111.
The Loris-Twin Cities Airport, two miles northeast of Loris, is an unattended, public-use airport.
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