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Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) is located just off Kings Hwy. (Bus. 17 S.) and Hwy. 17 bypass. The MYR Airport is clearly marked.
|Note: Airlines often slow their service to Myrtle Beach in the winter, typically increasing the number of flights as the season gears up.
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Republic Parking manages the parking lots on behalf of the airport. The special needs passenger must display appropriate license plates, hanging documentation, and must also be in the vehicle when exiting the lot. Curbside porter services from Beach Bag are available if assistance is needed. For parking related questions, call 843-916-9287.
Long Term Parking
NEW LAW! Aug. 2018 Handicap Parking
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – The Myrtle Beach International Airport’s rule for handicapped parking has changed. Previously, anyone with a handicap placard could park for free for an unlimited amount of time. The new rule says people with those placards can only park for free for 24 hours. For the rest of the time, standard rates apply. See more HERE
Cell Phone/Inspection Lot
Federal Regulations prohibit parking in front of the terminal building unless you are actively loading or unloading. Myrtle Beach International Airport offers a stop and wait for free Inspection/Cell Phone Lot. This lot is for patrons to stop and wait free of charge for a phone call from arriving passengers. Vehicles may NOT be left unattended in the Inspection/Cell Phone Lot. Tow Zone.
MYRTLE BEACH (MYR) AIRPORT NEWS:
August 18, 2018 - Myrtle Beach, S.C. (WPDE) — The number of travelers who passed through Myrtle Beach International Airport in July jumped nearly 20 percent over July 2017. According to a press release from Scott Van Moppes, director of airports, 364,018 people passed through the airport in July of 2018 compared to 305, 162 last July. The number of travelers who passed through Myrtle Beach International Airport in July jumped nearly 20 percent over July 2017. “During the first seven months of 2018, we welcomed about 15-percent more passengers to MYR than last year for a total of 1.5 million total passengers. Read more here
June, 2017 - Myrtle Beach International Airport breaks passenger record in June The Myrtle Beach International Airport saw a record number of passengers during the month of June. A press release from Kirk Lovell, with the Horry County Department of Airports, says a total of 308,809 passengers passed through the airport in June. This is an increase of 12.1% since June 2017, where 273,729 passengers passed through the airport. “Passengers levels at the Myrtle Beach International Airport reached an all-time record high in June,” says Scott Van Moppes, Director of Airports. “Year-to-date we have welcomed more passengers to the Myrtle Beach, SC than ever before, trending about 14-percent above last year’s record setting levels. In June our airline partners offered nonstop air service from 47 destinations while increasing seat capacity in the majority of existing market pairs. Read more here
NEW! American Airlines sets new record for the first quarter of 2018. Myrtle Beach International Airport.
April 3, 2018 Airline offering new Myrtle Beach summer flights flights for $49. 07:14 AM As Allegiant Air announced a new route between Kansas City and Myrtle Beach, local officials were quick to praise the growth of the Grand Strand's airport and its economic impact. The announcement was the latest in a string of new routes between the Grand Stand and other areas, including many Midwestern cities. Allegiant announced routes with Nashville, Tennessee, and Flint, Michigan, and Louisville, Kentucky, earlier this year. Tickets for the Kansas City are as low as $49, but they must be purchased by Wednesday for travel by August 13, according to a release from Allegiant. Tickets include taxes and fees. Read more from the Sun News HERE
3/7/17 Myrtle Beach International Airport on Wednesday announced new non-stop routes by Allegiant Airline between the Grand Strand and three difference cities - one of which goes to Nashville, Tennessee, also known as Music City. Beginning June 6, two routes into Myrtle Beach come from Flint, Michigan, ($58 fare) and Louisville, Kentucky ($52 fare). Starting June 8 there will be a fkight toTennessee for only $47. Read more here!
12/21/17 Myrtle Beach has no direct flights to Minneapolis, despite 40% of air traffic to the area coming from Myrtle Beach, according to Myrtle Beach International Airport spokesman Kirk Lovell. But that’s changing. Recently, two new air service providers announced non-stop flights between Minneapolis-St. Paul and Myrtle Beach. On Wednesday, Sun Country announced twice-a-week flights between Minneapolis and Myrtle Beach.
12/14/17 Spirit Airlies announced non-stop air service from Minneapolis-St Paul, MN (MSP), making it easy to visit Myrtle Beach. Air service commences April 12, 2018.
11/1/17 American Airlines is planning to expand operations at Washington’s Reagan National Airport (DCA) with three new American Eagle routes. Republic Airlines will add daily DCA – Little Rock E175 jet service on April 3, 2018 per airline route, Additionally PSA Airlines will add the DCA – Montgomery (CRJ200) route on June 7, 2018 and daily DCA – Tallahassee (CRJ900) service on February 15, 2018. AA is also converting weekends service from DCA to both Destin/Fort Walton Beach and Myrtle Beach MYR offering daily service for the 2018 business year.
10/12/17 Myrtle Beach International Airport is planning to dangle several financial incentives to expand the Grand Strand tourism market to snowbirds as far west a Denver. Market include: Houston, Texas; Grand Rapids, Michigan; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Peoria or Bloomington, Illinois; South Bend,Indiana; Islip, New York; Nashville, Tennessee; Dulles Airport in Northern Virginia; Flint, Michigan; White Plains, N.Y.; Trenton, New Jersey; Knoxville, Tennessee; Kansas City, Missouri; Louisville, Kentucky; Rockford, Illinois; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and Providence, Rhode Island. The expansion plans come on the heels of the sirport's September report that shows passenger numbers increased nearly five percent over September 2016 numbers. Despite the impact of Hurricane Irma on airports up and down the East Coast, this year was the busiest on record for the Myrtle Beach airport, said Scott Van Moppes, Horry County Director of Airports. So far this year, more than 912,000 passengers have traveled through the airport. Last year's total number was 972,000, said Kirk Lovell, director of air service. Read more here: MyrtleBeachOnline.com
9/13/17 Plane fighting Irma’s hurricane winds, aborting landing at Myrtle Beach airport. Video shows an Allegiant Air flight battling winds from tropical storm Iram as it attempts to land at Myrtle Beach International Airport on Monday. Incredible video of a plane as it battles crosswinds at MyrtleBeach International Airport.
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