Air Travel Options


With the airlines finally coming out of their financial tailspin, route cutting and mergers, small markets like Myrtle Beach continue to, at best, tread water.

Myrtle Beach's hometown airlines, Hooter's Air, crashed and burned, while AirTran, ComAir and Vacation Express have moved on to greener pastures.

Myrtle Beach's best kept air travel secret is Spirit Airlines which flies to Myrtle Beach from Atlantic City (ACY), New Jersey, Cancun (CUN), Mexico, Chicago/O'Hare (ORD), Illinois, Detroit (DTW), Michigan, Ft. Lauderdale (FLL), Florida, Ft. Myers (RSW), Florida, Las Vegas (LAS), Nevada, Los Angeles (LAX), California, Nassau (NAS), Bahamas, New York/ LaGuardia (LGA), New York, Orlando (MCO), Florida, Providence/Boston (PVD, Rhode Island, San Juan (PJU), Puerto Rico, Santo Domingo (SDQ) Dominican Republic, Tampa (TPA), Florida, Washington, DC/Washington National (DCA) and West Palm Beach (PBI), Florida. Many of their flights are direct, so be sure to check them first.

The latest Myrtle Beach air travel venture, which we said would never fly – pardon the pun – Myrtle Beach Direct Air, has happily proved us dead wrong. They offer direct service to Columbus, Ohio (COO), Gulfport/Biloxi, Mississippi (GLT), Newark, New Jersey (NEA), Niagara Falls, New York (NLL), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PSR), Plattsburgh, New York (PSN) and Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida (TPL). They continue to add destinations, and make us look like fools, but, hey, we're glad to be fools in cases like the success of Myrtle Beach Direct Air. Be sure and check them out 2nd.

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