Myrtle Beach Adds Air Services

Several airlines have added service to Myrtle Beach International Airport. Beginning March 2, Southern Skyways every Monday and Friday will serve Myrtle Beach to Allentown, PA, Charleston, WV and Cincinnati. Visit [www.southernskyways.com]. On March 8, Myrtle Beach Direct begins service to Newark, NJ, Pittsburgh and Niagara Falls, NY. As an incentive, one-way airfares in March begin at $99. Myrtle Direct is also offering a golf special for $399 that includes round trip airfare, three nights at the Caravelle Beach Resort or Legends Golf Resort, two rounds of gold and a rental car. Visit [www.myrtlebeachdirectair.com]. Too, Spirit Airlines has added nonstop daily service to Fort Lauderdale beginning February 15. Visit [www.spiritair.com]. Finally, Delta Air Lines between March and September will upgrade an existing flight to a larger aircraft, providing 30 percent more seats on its Atlanta-Myrtle Beach route. Visit [www.delta.com].

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