Clearing up airline service to Myrtle Beach from New York, Charleston, Atlanta, Niagara Falls and others
There have been so many changes to the airlines flying in and out of Myrtle Beach in the last few months – all of which we have reported – we here at TravelGolf believe we are doing you a service by summing up all the new flights in a tight, little info package.
US Airways adds new, daily non-stop service to and from Myrtle Beach from LaGuardia in New York, starting march 4. Contact usairways.com.
Southern Skyways introduces new service from Allentown, PA., Charleston and Cincinnati, Mondays and Fridays. Contact SouthernSkyways.com.
Myrtle Beach Direct rolls out new service from Newark, N.J., Pittsburgh, PA., and Niagara Falls, N.Y. starting March 8. Contact myrtlebeachdiretair.com
Spirit Airlines announces new daily, non-stop service from Ft. Lauderdale, FL starting Feb. 15. Contact spiritair.com
Delta Airlines says it will add more seat capacity between Atlanta and Myrtle Beach. That’s 30 percent more seats, between March and September. Contact delta.com.
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