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Cheap Flights to Charleston from $44 One Way, $82 Round Trip

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Charleston CHS Flight Information

Traveling ToCharleston
Destination Airport IATA CodeCHS
Number of Airlines Serving1
AirlinesFrontier Airlines, American Airlines, Delta, Silver Airways, United, JetBlue Airways
Flight Price$82
Earliest Departing FlightAA 4873 11:03AM EDT 11:03AM EDT
Latest Departing FlightAA 5165 May 20 6:39PM EDT

Flights Review

Mar 16, 2020

Good service in light of a national crisis

Mar 16, 2020

Loved the free WiFi. Didn’t have that when we flew American Airlines. They wanted a payment for WiFi.

Mar 5, 2020

lots of delays leading to a long time at the airport. The staff did an excellent job of keeping us informed, making changes to catch later flights -- even provide sandwiches. Much appreicated.

Feb 2, 2020

Only problem was the plane was delayed, Didn’t get to my vacation till the next day, should have upgraded ticket or got free luggage.

Jan 28, 2020

Every thing was perfect!

Jan 22, 2020

Big turn off! Seats too close together.

Jan 15, 2020

Great flight!

Jan 6, 2020

You’re doing it right, Jetblue! Only complaint is the long lines to check-in at JFK and old looking interior of plane. But thumbs up with all else!

Jan 6, 2020

From Orbitz to American Airlines and TSA everything was virtually flawless. Great travel experience over the holidays and a family emergency. They handled the stress for us.

Dec 31, 2019

Great flight

Dec 27, 2019

Great experience!

Dec 26, 2019

Good flight overall, but the seats are way too small. I'm a slim guy of average height and I still felt crushed. Can't imagine how awful the seats are for someone tall or heavy.


Cheap Flights to Charleston

With its grand homes and fascinating past, Charleston is a history lover's dream. But you don't have to be stuck in the past to enjoy this Southern Belle. there's plenty of fun and entertainment for the whole family.


When to Book Flights to Charleston

Being located in the south, Charleston benefits from mild winters and long, hot summers. It can get a little chilly at times in the coldest months, but it rarely snows. However, you should expect some rain in the summer, with most of the annual rainfall coming between June and September.

In terms of visitor numbers, the city is busiest in the summer period. With a range of things to do and see, including important historical monuments, it's a popular family holiday destination.


How to Find the Best Deals to Charleston?

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US Departures to Charleston

There are numerous direct flights to Charleston from other US destinations.

These include:


Main Airports in Charleston

Charleston International Airport is the main air hub serving the city, located out on International Boulevard. Numerous major domestic carriers operate flights in and out of the airport, as well a selection of international options.

The airport is easily accessed by taxi, which are readily available outside the terminal building. A fare to downtown will cost somewhere between $25 and $30. Alternatively, you can also take one of the shuttles which are about half the price. The cheapest option is the bus, which will take you to the center of the city for a couple of dollars.


Which Airlines Fly to Charleston?

Direct departures to, and flights from Charleston SC, are available from a number of different carriers.

These include:

  • Delta
  • American Airlines
  • JetBlue
  • Frontier
  • Southwest

How to Get Around in Charleston

Charleston is a city that is equally well explored by car or on foot. While there is a public bus service, it doesn't compare all that favorably to many other cities in the US and it's not always an ideal way of getting around. Taxis are safe and cheap but can be hard to find unless you prearrange or have your hotel call one for you.

There are some historic bus tours for tourists, and even horse drawn carriages. But it is easy enough to explore most of the main historical sites on foot. You can do thisindependantly or as part of a walking tour.


What Are the Must-Sees in Charleston?

One of the many walking tours is a good place to start, giving you a broad grounding of the historical importance of Charleston and its place in US history. you'll explore the mansions, gardens and war sites that dot this city and help create its unique atmosphere. Some of the key attractions include the Charleston Museum and Fort Sumter, the site of the start of the Civil War.

The French Quarter and the Market are other highlights, and it's worth checking out some of the city's many churches. Many of these were set up by people fleeing persecution in their own land and stand as a landmark to Charleston's famed hospitality.


Tips for Traveling in Charleston

it's worth checking the weather before you pay for your airfare to Charleston SC as it can be in the line of big storms during hurricane season.

Charleston When to Go

Most northerners will find Charleston balmy but beautiful any time of year, but the unquestionable high season is spring. People flock to Charleston from April through June to enjoy weather that’s comfortably warm and sunny, and to stroll the downtown historic district while the city’s renowned gardens are in bloom. The biggest event is the Spoleto Festival in May and June. More than 30 years old, the annual art and music gathering wraps up downtown Charleston for more than two weeks. Home and garden buffs should come in mid-April, when the Garden Club of Charleston leads house and garden tours through normally private residences.

Summer and fall offer a good alternative to the spring high season, but plan some beach or water park time in July and August, when the weather is downright sweltering. Charleston still draws big crowds around holidays like Labor Day, Memorial Day, and the Fourth of July—all usually offering little festivals or community gatherings in the park.

The winter low season sees far fewer crowds, and the weather can be cool and rainy, though not freezing (temperatures generally hover around 60 degrees). Especially popular is Christmastime, when the picturesque historic district is draped in a cloak of holiday lights and gracious living is at its most quaint.

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