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Charleston
Charlestonnonstop$43
Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beachnonstop$50
Greenville
Greenville1 stop$156
Columbia
Columbia1 stop$216
Florence
Florence1 stop$184
Augusta
Augusta1 stop$196

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FAQs - booking South Carolina flights

  • I’m traveling to Hilton Head Island. Which airport do I fly into?

    There are seasonal flights that land directly at Hilton Head Island Airport (HHH) from Washington, New York, and Chicago. All year long you can catch one of the regular flights from Atlanta or Charlotte. Alternatively, if you prefer to book a flight to South Carolina, you can fly into Charleston International Airport and drive the 110 mi to Hilton Head Island. A third option is to travel to the Savannah-Hilton Head Airport (SAV) in the neighboring state of Georgia and to drive 1h to Hilton Head Island.

  • I’m visiting Kiawah Island. Which airport should I choose?

    Charleston International Airport is the best airport for travelers visiting Kiawah Island. The airport is approximately 29 mi from Kiawah Island, and you can travel by car or by pre-booking a private shuttle service. For a one-way trip on a private shuttle from the airport, expect to pay about $90 per person.

  • How do I travel by plane to Florence, South Carolina?

    The Florence Regional Airport (FLO) is the only airport in Florence, South Carolina, and it’s only served by one airline, American Airlines. This airline operates daily flights between Florence and the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) in the neighboring state of North Carolina.

  • What’s the best airport to fly into to visit Caesars Head State Park?

    Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport is the closest to Caesars Head State Park, about 40 mi away. Transportation options available at the airport include taxis operated by Eastside Transportation; Uber; rental car services by Alamo, Avis, Budget, Hertz, Enterprise, and Thrifty; and complimentary shuttle services to some hotels.

  • How long is the flight to South Carolina?

    An average nonstop flight from the United States to South Carolina takes 2h 19m, covering a distance of 773 miles. The most popular route is White Plains - Charleston with an average flight time of 2h 06m.

  • What is the cheapest flight to South Carolina?

    The cheapest ticket to South Carolina from the United States found in the last 72 hours was $19 one-way, and $40 round-trip. The most popular route is from White Plains to Charleston and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $95.

  • Which airlines fly to South Carolina?

    American Airlines, Delta & British Airways fly the most frequently from the United States to South Carolina.

  • What are the most popular destinations in South Carolina?

    Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Charlotte (31% of total searches to South Carolina). The next most popular destinations are Charleston (26%) and Myrtle Beach (15%). Searches for flights to Savannah (13%), to Greenville (6%) and to Hilton Head Island (4%) are also popular.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to South Carolina

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest South Carolina flight deals.
  • Passengers looking for flights to South Carolina to see the state’s largest city should look into flights landing at the Charleston International Airport (CHS). The airport is served by dozens of regular nonstop flights to and from other American cities, operated by major airlines like Delta and American Airlines.
  • Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) connects passengers from over 50 American destinations to one of the most famous beach destinations in South Carolina. With a strong focus on budget airlines, this airport is served by companies like Spirit Airlines and WestJet.
  • When searching for flights to South Carolina, keep in mind that the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) is the airport with the least flight routes, but it's also less busy and crowded. Some cities in those routes include Ft. Lauderdale, Chicago, Dallas, New York (LaGuardia), Denver, and Newark.
  • Students or potential students of the University of South Carolina might want to skip the international airports altogether and book their flights to the Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). Not only is this a smaller and less busy airport, but it’s about 20m from the university campus. It’s served by American Airlines, Delta, and United, which connect Columbia to New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Washington DC, Dallas, Houston, Orlando, Atlanta, and Charlotte.
  • Travelers looking to explore the Deep South on a road trip should start their journey in Charleston. To rent a car at the Charleston Airport, head over to the booths near the baggage claim area. The rental car companies you’ll find are Budget, Alamo, Avis, Hertz, National, and Enterprise.
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Top 5 airlines flying to South Carolina

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from the United States to South Carolina? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to verified KAYAK customer reviews.
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JetBlueOverall score based on 4227 reviews
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They put me on a chair in between two men, one overweight who was almost falling on top of me, and the other was even uncomfortable because I was half falling because of what the other was pushing me. I stayed with. my feet were swollen from fluid retention and from being unable to accommodate myself. it was very uncomfortable. I asked for help but they told me that the flight was full and they couldn't help me. I got off the plane almost unable to walk due to the inflammation. and then at FLL airport I asked for help because I couldn't go to my next flight, which was a connection.

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They put me on a chair in between two men, one overweight who was almost falling on top of me, and the other was even uncomfortable because I was half falling because of what the other was pushing me. I stayed with. my feet were swollen from fluid retention and from being unable to accommodate myself. it was very uncomfortable. I asked for help but they told me that the flight was full and they couldn't help me. I got off the plane almost unable to walk due to the inflammation. and then at FLL airport I asked for help because I couldn't go to my next flight, which was a connection.

The walk from baggage claim to the taxi is very difficult for older people I will never fly into JFK again. It is physically challenging

Overall fine but both ways for this trip was delayed.

Flight was delayed by almost 5 hours. Suitcase was not loaded despite the flight being near empty (my colleagues’ suitcases did reach JFK, unlike mine). Had to argue on phone to get JetBlue to deliver the case to my hotel. Never again

The flight was excellent. The crew was welcoming and attentive.

Great! I love Jet Blue. My favorite airline! Very efficient, clean and timely.

Run out of snack choices. Why are the seats not padded for your butt? Are we sitting on blocks of wood or metal for $250-300 a pop? This ain’t spirit. Let’s get it together people

We were told that our flight would be delayed for 90+ minutes because of weather, so we went to get something to eat only to have them randomly start boarding 15 minutes after the announcement, with no warning.

Entertainment... No earphones passed out. Many including me couldn't use the TV. Legroom was good. Crew was indifferent and a bit surly. Free wifi was a nice convenience. Check in desk location was unknown. Gate number on the boarding passes was wrong.

Going through JFK’s security is a mess. The TSA security said no shoes on the bins. So, we place our shoes in the belt and they came out all over the belt. Boarding was delayed and Flight as well.

Nothing they cancelled my connection and couldn't get me on a flight for 3 more days

Was 4 1/2 hours delayed. No food options, poor entertainment and cramped seats made worse by people in front reclining while we could not as in back row.

The baggage handlers broke the handle on my bag that they put under the plane that I checked on the jetway. They traded it out for a less quality bag in Tulsa. But, they said they would try to fix it. Bologna! There was no fixing that bag handle. Someone didn’t care how they treated the bag.

The entertainment wasn’t playing in the app or online.

It is a modern tragedy that any airline expects you to travel for 14 hours in such discomfort and that the only way to add comfort is exorbitant prices. I was in pain by the time we landed. Shameful.

Original plane sidelined. Had to wait an hour for replacement.

Crew was very cooperative and professional. Passenger's first checked in bag should be free.

No real agent onsite helping you for missing luggage there. Not like the other airline next to UA desk, they have staff attending in their desk assisting answer/helping luggage issue, even after midnight.

Horrible, the flights kept delaying, so it is obvious that we won't be able to make it to the next connection. No easier/real agent on site to help you figure this out. UA agent on other counters refuse to assist you and direct us to use the QR code/call customer service. So inefficient and poor. While technology seems convenient, but it's not the best interest/experience for customers need help while there is active issue need assistance.

After the morning frenzy of 35 min wait through CLT security at 4;30 AM, it was nice to have a smooth pleasant boarding experience. This 6:30 AM flight was not full. We were able to get seated swiftly and took off promptly. Nice touch they distributed the old fashioned headsets with 8 mm jacks. Snacks were decent and arrival was uneventful.

American Airlines actually put me on a Delta flight. They didn't have to do that. They could have offered me a flight the next day or even two days later. But, American Airlines agents put me on a Delta airplane from Atlanta to Sao Paulo, instead of going through Miami when my flight to Miami was cancelled. American Airlines made sure that I got to my destination on time. I appreciate that.

Unfriendly gate staff and significant delay once we were on the plane.

The gate crew did try to help, however they lacked the information as to whether the flight will operate or not. Being delayed 6 hours and in a limbo on whether the flight will operate or not is not fun. The airline having staffing issues is not encouraging at all.

Multiple gate changes and significant delay leaving DFW. Made for a late arrival

The flight from DFW to chs was delayed with multiple gate changes.

Our flight was delayed by 18 hours. Poor accommodations made and no apology.

From check-in staff to in-flight staff, everyone was wonderfully kind

What an idiot at the boarding gate. Even flying First she was mean and unpleasant.

I missed this flight due to delays on my previous flight.

This flight was awful all around. Delays on the tarmac at PHL before takeoff and at the tarmac in Chicago caused me to miss my final connection. This was completely avoidable, in my opinion.

My flight was canceled, resulting in not being able to make my daughters graduation in time.

Flight kept being delayed on airport board without any announcement. We were delayed almost 2 hours. Finally boarded and we had no pilots so we sat on a hot plane with screaming kids and no pilots for 40 minutes. Finally he came aboard and did paperwork for 10 minutes before we took off. No apologies or any explanations or even excuses from ANY staff in the entire process. Worst experience ever on the ground and the air I have had.

I recently flew with Spirit Airlines and had an incredibly disappointing experience. I brought a book bag, which should have easily fit in the overhead compartment, but there was no space left. Instead of offering any assistance or a reasonable solution, the airline made me pay $70 for my book bag. This fee was extremely unreasonable and added unnecessary stress to my travel. To make matters worse, the flight attendant was extremely rude, further souring the entire experience. I had a terrible time and will not be flying with Spirit Airlines again.

Delays delays and more delays in both LAX and San Jose. And then I said something else flight was supposed to arrive in Portland at 12:04 but didn't land until 2:30 PM which made me late for my appointment.

We never made it, see previous reviews. Spirit Airlines employees lack compassion and empathy. No one showed any concern or care for us as customers. When we missed our connecting flight due to Spirit scheduling issues, no one batted an eye or tried to help. The response was to book us on another flight a full 24 hours later. We arrived to our gate and the plane was still there and boarding had not yet been completed. We easily could have been allowed to board had the two flight crews communicated that there were passengers coming off a delayed flight. I understand delays happen and are unpredictable, what I'm disappointed in is the way my partner and I were treated during that whole process. Spirit should be ashamed to treat their customers this way. There's a reason the reputation with this airline is what it is and they aren't doing anything to prove otherwise.

Three out of four legs of my trip were delayed. The last leg of my trip was delayed due to passengers and crew not being ready to take off. The boarding process started way late with no explanation as to why. The flight attendants did not have the passengers in check for takeoff - folks were walking around, trying to change seats, and causing a general disturbance preventing us from departing and the crew did nothing about it. All of this caused us to miss my connection home due to the first flight landing at the same time the second one was due to take off. The entire Spirit crew (except for one flight attendant) was unapologetic and unpleasant about this. No one apologized, no one showed any inkling of empathy whatsoever. The response was basically, "we booked you on the next available flight". That next flight was a full 24 hours later, we would have been stranded in the airport and no one even cared or acknowledged us as customers. I'm disappointed in the lack of compassion shown by Spirit agents and customer service reps as a whole. It felt like we were a burden due to airline scheduling issues. The one flight attendant (did not catch her name, but from (ORD to FLL) was wonderful and empathetic.

I thought people that were clearly intoxicated were not allowed to board flights. But of course they let them and of course they sat directly behind us. Kicking seats being so loud you couldn’t hear yourself think. Cussing loudly telling a woman “she was going to punch her in the fucken face” for accidentally mixing her seat assignment up. These people should have been asked to get off the plane but no flight attendant cared. I don’t think I’ll be using spirit again. Better judgment needs to be used when letting people fly drunk.

Nothing to like about Spirit Airlines when you get to your layover up to for hours late.

We received several notifications of a delay but the flight ended up leaving on time without us even tho we were in the airport eating very close by. We received no notification that the flight moved back to its original time.

The bag drop process took longer than other airlines. The boarding and crew were good. The seats do not recline and have minimal padding. The snacks/drinks are for purchase only. The flight was on time with no issues. I would fly them again if the cost was significantly less.

One gate agent in Sioux Falls ruined it for a few people on the flight. It was the usual, that personal item is too large, you are going to have to pay $100 to get it on the flight. One family with a baby were told that they had to have a passport for the baby to get on the flight. Also a Sheriff's Deputy needed to go on the airplane to return a lost cell phone to a minor on the flight. The gate agent would NOT let him go on without a boarding pass. I don't know who this moron was, but the sooner Frontier moves him where he can't interact with people, the better off they will be. Let's just say the deputy did the job that he needed to do and returned the phone to the minor on the plane, even with argument from a gate agent that thought he had way more power than he actually does. Very IRRITATING individual.

Bad experience… crew are extremely strict with personal bags… they overcharge me coz my bag was one inch H

They never updated the boarding pass on their apps to show their delay

Online check-in was not user-friendly. Too many fees, not cost effective.

They wouldn’t let us on the flight even tho we were an hour early. No refund not even our bags that were prepaid

I brought a ticket and car rental through Travelocity. There was no where to add a KTN. So I thought i’d add it by looking up ticket on frontier website. I tried 3 times with the frontier chat bot to add my KTN it never updated my boarding pass. So then I tried showing up early to do it in person at the airport. The first employee update my ktn in the system and gave me a new boarding pass. I was sent back by tsa to join regular line. Then I was told to add my Ktn. It would cost me $25 extra. Given the length of the cue I did pay. Congratulations! BUT I will NEVER fly frontier again. Plus the plane was very old. It had actual ashtrays and old looking tray backs. Worst travel experience ever. Im warning my friends and family not to use frontier ever.

I did not enjoy the trip home on Frontier for several reasons: there is too much cost besides the flight, which was more than I would normally pay, then having to pay for luggage, and carry-on, seat (if you want to reserve when booking) then you must pay over $3 for a can of soda, and $4 for a snack. A cup of water is free.

Did not realize seats did not recline. Best to travel in an exit row... No question

I strongly dislike Frontier. I find them barebones, the seats not particularly comfortable, the nickel and diming is maddening, the app is TERRIBLE - super confusing to navigate, and the last 4 frontier flights I have flown have been on AVERAGE 2 hours late, one ruining a fancy night out in Vegas with reservations made well in advance, which was nodded to with a measly 5000 miles, which translates to almost nothing. At least credit a free checked bag or something.

8 hr delay. had to buy another ticket with another airline

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