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Myrtle Beach International Airport

Read on to find out important information about Myrtle Beach International Airport, including passenger information, technical details and which airlines fly there. Search for flights to and from MYR airport using the search bar above.

About Myrtle Beach International Airport

Myrtle Beach International Airport (IATA: MYR) is an international airport located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, United States. This airport is county-owned by Horry County, but is for the public use.

The airport was first constructed in 1976, where it was known as Myrtle Beach Jetport until 9189. The airport didn't become an international airport until 1996, which was the same year that the new international terminal was opened.

The airport does not have any airlines hubbed at it, but it is a focus city for Spirit Airlines and also (seasonally) Allegiant Air.

Myrtle Beach International Airport Location

MYR is located on the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, which is 6km southwest of Myrtle Beach's central business district, Horry Country, South Carolina, United States. Its exact location can be viewed on the interactive map below:


The facilities at this airport were upgraded in 2008 to re-vamp the terminal buildings and the passenger facilities within. The total area of the airport is 3,795 acres.

Facilities Include:

Free WiFi


Duty-Free Shopping

Variety of food options

Pet Relief Areas

Quiet Room

Designated outside smoking area.

Lactation Suites

There are currently no airport lounges at this airport.


Direction Length (m) Length (ft) Surface
18/36 2,897 9,503 Asphalt/Concrete


Dr. W.L. Harrelson Terminal Building

Named after Myrtle Beach's first mayor, this terminal is a small, two-level terminal, and the only terminal belonging to Myrtle Beach Airport. All flights operate from this airport.

Airlines that fly to Myrtle Beach International Airport

Allegiant Air American Airlines American Eagle
Delta Air Lines Delta Connection Frontier Airlines
Porter Airlines Spirit Airlines Sun Country Airlines
United Airlines United Express WestJet Encore

Top Destinations

Popular Domestic Destinations

Rank Airport Passengers Airlines
1 Charlotte Douglas International (CLT) 195,680 American
2 Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International (ATL) 140,620 Delta
3 New York City LaGuardia (LGA) 104,410 American, Delta, Spirit
4 Newark Liberty International (EWR) 84,280 Spirit, United
5 Detroit Metropolitan (DTW) 66,900 Delta, Spirit
6 Philadelphia International (PHL) 56,910 American, Spirit
7 Atlantic City International (ACY) 51,540 Spirit
8 Baltimore/Washington International (BWI) 47,340 Spirit
9 Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International (FLL) 47,010 Spirit
10 Boston Logan International (BOS) 43,410 Delta, Spirit

How to get to Myrtle Beach International Airport

By Road

Myrtle Beach is accessible by local roads, but also via the US-17 and by taking the George Bishop Parkway/Harrelson Blvc exit.

By Public Transport

There are bus services to the airport 7 days of the week, provided by CoastRTA. The public pus operates from 7am to 8pm daily, running around the Grand Strand and stopping at the airport.

By Rental Car

The rental car facilities at the airport are open until midnight every day, meaning that you can hire a car easily. There are a choice of national brands available, providing you with a great choice of cars and prices.