Air Service

MYR has Record Passenger Counts in June 2019

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During June 2019, a total of 334,340 passengers passed through the Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR), an increase of 8.2-percent compared to June 2018.  

At MYR, total passenger traffic during June 2019, which includes enplanements and deplanements, totaled 334,340 compared to 308,927 in June 2018. The number of people arriving on flights, or deplanements, was 170,059 compared to 158,022 in 2018. 

“Since 2012, this is the eighth consecutive June with passenger count increases at the Myrtle Beach International Airport” said Scott Van Moppes, director of airports. “The month of June was exciting, six of the eight airlines operating at the Airport experienced year-over-year passenger count increases, thirty-three of the non-stop market served reported seat capacity growth, three new non-stop markets were operating and passenger counts were at an all-time high. Demand and utilization for MYR continues to increase, indicating the strength and popularity of the entire Grand Strand.”

Detailed passenger statistics are located at flymyrtlebeach.com, under “Facts and Figures.”

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About the Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR)The Myrtle Beach International Airport is the gateway to Myrtle Beach, SC and the Grand Strand. The Myrtle Beach International Airport is owned by Horry County and operated by the Department of Airports. MYR is served by Allegiant, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, Porter Airlines, Spirit, United Airlines and WestJet. Learn more at: www.flymyrtlebeach.com            

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