Time to Fly: 34 Seasonal Routes Set to Provide Nonstop Service to Myrtle Beach

January 20, 2017

Direct Flights from Myrtle Beach International AirportWhile Myrtle Beach enjoys nonstop service from the likes of Boston, New York City and Fort Lauderdale throughout the year, many cities enjoy seasonal service that coincides with the Grand Strand’s bustling golf and beach seasons.

Beginning in February, Myrtle Beach will enjoy its annual surge in seasonal service as the area will add 34 routes in the coming months. If you are looking to fly to your next Myrtle Beach golf trip, here is the schedule for the area’s seasonal service:

 

  • Feb. 9 – Spirit, Baltimore-Washington International
  • Feb. 9 – Spirit, Chicago O’Hare
  • Feb. 9 – Spirit Philadelphia
  • Feb. 10 – Spirit, Niagara Falls
  • Feb. 10 – Spirit, Latrobe (Pa.)
  • Feb. 15 – Porter, Toronto
  • Feb. 16 – Allegiant, Cincinnati
  • Feb. 18 – American Airlines, Phildelphia
  • March 2 – WestJet, Toronto
  • March 5 – American Airlines, Washington, D.C. (Reagan)
  • March 9 – Spirit, Newark
  • March 9 – United Airlines, Newark
  • March 11 – Spirit, Cleveland
  • March 11 – United Airlines, Chicago O’Hare
  • April 13 – Allegiant, Allentown
  • April 13 – Allegiant, Cleveland
  • April 13 – Allegiant, Columbus
  • April 14 – Allegiant, Indianapolis
  • April 14 – Allegiant, Harrisburg
  • April 14 – Allegiant, Pittsburgh
  • April 27 – Spirit, Akron-Canton
  • April 27 – Spirit, Dallas-Ft. Worth
  • April 27 – Spirit, Plattsburgh
  • April 29 – Spirit, Charleston
  • May 5 – Allegiant, Huntington
  • May 5 – Allegiant, Stewart-Newburgh
  • May 18 – Allegiant, Youngstown
  • May 19 – Allegiant, Lexington
  • June 1 – Allegiant, Clarksburg
  • June 1 – Allegiant, Fort. Wayne
  • June 15 – Allegiant, Syracuse
  • June 17 – Delta, Boston
  • June 24 – American Airlines, New York – LaGuardia
  • June 24 – Delta, New York – LaGuardia

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