Myrtle Beach Gets New Air Service

Myrtle Beach Direct Air & Tours, a new service based in the South Caroline town, on Wednesday announced nonstop service between its headquarters and Newark International Airport in New Jersey. The new service begins March 7, with operations on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Monday and Saturday flights will be added during the summer. As an introductory special, Myrtle Beach Direct is offering one-way airfares starting at $99 and golf packages at $399 per person. The four-day package includes roundtrip airfare, a three-night stay, two rounds of golf and a rental car. To secure the deal, travel must be booked by January 31 and completed by March 31. "The Newark area has always been one of our top golf markets," Mickey McCamish, president of Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday, said in a statement. "The new nonstop flights present exciting opportunities for golfers to getaway to the Grand Strand." Visit [www.myrtlebeachdirectair.com].

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