AIRPORTS AND AIRLINES SERVING THE MYRTLE BEACH AREA
There are two primary airports serving the Myrtle Beach area, also known as the Grand Strand. Most people think of Myrtle Beach International (MYR) when considering flights to the Grand Strand, but Wilmington NC International Airport (ILM) offers an alternative to MYR, especially for those staying at the north end of the Grand Strand.
AIRLINES SERVING MYR - Myrtle Beach International Airport
MYR is located near downtown Myrtle Beach close to the intersection of US 17 Bypass and Highway 501, and is just a few minutes from many golf courses.
Below is a list of airlines serving MYR as of February 2019. The airport’s official web sites, www.flymyrtlebeach.com and www.myrtlebeach-airport.com, have current information regarding airlines and flights.
AIRLINES SERVICING MYR
Allegiant Air www.allegiantair.com
American Airlines www.aa.com
Delta Air Lines www.delta.com
Frontier Airlines www.flyfrontier.com
Porter Airlines www.flyporter.com
Spirit Airlines www.spirit.com
Sun Country Airlines www.suncountry.com
United Airlines www.united.com
AIRLINES SERVING ILM - Wilmington NC International Airport
If you are staying and playing on the north end of the Grand Strand you may want to consider using ILM instead of Myrtle Beach.
The airport is less than 15 minutes from Magnolia Greens Golf Course and Cape Fear National Golf Course, and only 50 minutes from the Big Cats at Ocean Ridge and the three courses at Sea Trail Resort.
Other courses to consider for incoming or getaway rounds include Carolina National, Lockwood Folly, and River’s Edge. More information regarding airlines and flights for ILM can be found at www.flyilm.com.