Additional non-stop flights and new service from Houston, Indianapolis and Kansas City coming to the destination.
The Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, area is just a quick flight away for spring and summer vacationers, with new air service from Houston, Kansas City and Indianapolis starting in May, and more than 20 additional cities – across the East Coast, Midwest and South – resuming or adding service through June.
“We are thrilled to expand our air service offerings, making the Myrtle Beach area even more accessible to new and return travelers,” said Karen Riordan, President and CEO of Visit Myrtle Beach. “As a popular spring and summer vacation destination, we look forward to welcoming guests to explore Myrtle Beach’s 60 miles of pristine beaches and numerous family-friendly attractions.”
New air service to Myrtle Beach International Airport in 2019 includes:
Spirit Airlines is adding three new non-stop markets to Myrtle Beach International Airport. Routes from Indianapolis, Ind., will operate two times per week starting May 2, 2019; from Houston, TX, will operate two times per week starting May 3, 2019; and from Kansas City, Mo., will operate two times per week starting May 4, 2019.
Allegiant Air is launching new non-stop service from Albany, NY, and Hagerstown, Md. The seasonal air service will run two times weekly starting June 5, 2019 and June 6, 2019 respectively.
Frontier Airlines launched new non-stop, seasonal service operating three times weekly from Philadelphia International Airport starting on April 30, 2019.
American Airlines is adding daily non-stop, seasonal service from Dallas Fort Worth International Airport starting May 3, 2019.
United Airlines is adding daily non-stop, seasonal service from Chicago O’Hare starting June 6, 2019.
These are the latest additions to the destination’s expanding air service offerings. The Myrtle Beach International Airport is now served by Allegiant, American, Delta, Frontier, Porter, Spirit, United and WestJet airlines, making it easy to visit Myrtle Beach from across the United States and Canada.
The CVB’s marketing plan includes all markets with nonstop air service. In addition to digital, television and public relations, the CVB is running long-form informercial-style videos in Kansas City and Houston markets.
For more information on air service to Myrtle Beach and the area’s attractions, restaurants, lodging and entertainment options, or to book a trip to the Myrtle Beach area, go to www.VisitMyrtleBeach.com