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Top places to visit in South Carolina

Cheap flights to South Carolina from $39 One Way, $77 Round Trip

$77 return flights and $39 one-way flights to South Carolina were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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Mar 11, 2020

Thanks to the pilot for checking the plane real good. We had to take another plane due to problems with the first one.

Jan 13, 2020

Flights were on time and staff was friendly and helpful.

Jan 7, 2020

Seats are too narrow

Jan 1, 2020

On time!

Nov 11, 2019

Everything was great, both flights left on time and arrived early.

Nov 8, 2019

Super smooth flight! Early arrival. Super efficient.

Oct 2, 2019

The cabin crew was funny. They made us laugh and made the trip so much more enjoyable. You need more folks like this aboard your aircraft.

Sep 18, 2019

The only thing I didn’t like was when I had to call in with a question, the telephone wait time was about 1/2 hour. I wanted to speak to an actual person because I was having trouble buying a bag check online. My reservation number wasn’t working on website.

Sep 17, 2019

only complaint is the cost of baggage

Sep 16, 2019

I couldn't figure out how to pre-pay for my carry on. It didn't show up anywhere on my emails. Please make that easier to find, as I had to pay double the cost at the airport.

Sep 13, 2019

Will fly Spirit again.

Aug 28, 2019

You get what you pay for. Totally flight round trip was $125. But I was only in the air for an hour. Spirit is low end but the right choice for a short flight. Probably wouldn’t fly them on extended flights

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Deals For This Weekend's Flights

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
EWR Myrtle Beach May 22 - May 25 $77
PHL Savannah May 23 - May 30 $152
LGA Savannah May 22 - Jun 7 $171
LGA Asheville May 22 - May 26 $197
LGA Asheville May 22 - May 26 $197
PHL Charlotte May 22 - May 23 $227
JFK Augusta May 21 - May 28 $261
EWR Florence May 21 - Jun 9 $269
EWR Columbia May 23 - Jun 10 $295
PHL Augusta May 22 - May 25 $320
LGA Greer May 22 - May 27 $324
DFW Hilton Head May 22 - Jun 7 $326
DFW Savannah May 22 - Jun 9 $332
DFW Augusta May 21 - Jun 5 $351
BOS Charlotte May 21 - May 23 $460
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Why You Should Take A Flight To South Carolina

When you book your plane tickets to South Carolina, you’re booking a trip to the quintessential US southern state. The sultry heat of summer induces a slower pace of life, and the friendly politeness of the locals – not to mention the distinctive southern accent – is as much a part of the appeal as the lush gardens, stunning coastline, major lakes and rich history. The surrounding landscape runs from rugged mountains to rolling fields, and even in the busiest cities you’re never that far away from the wonders of nature.


When To Book Flights To South Carolina

Cheap flights to South Carolina can be found all through the year, although the time you choose to go may depend upon whether you’re worried about thunderstorms or not. During the summer, temperatures average around 90F, humidity is high and many afternoons are disrupted by the rumble of thunder. During the winter, the temperature inland can drop as low as 40F, remaining higher along the coast, and snow of any kind is extremely rare throughout the bulk of the state, with the exception of the famous Blue Ridge Mountains.


How To Find The Best Flight Deals To South Carolina

Finding the best value plane tickets to South Carolina is often a question of tailoring your itinerary, and the Orbitz search tool makes this easier than ever. By clicking on ‘Nearby airports’ you’ll be given a list of the cities from which you can fly into South Carolina, and those airports you can land at, enabling you to select the cheapest or most convenient flight. At the same time the ‘Show flexible dates’ option allows travelers to select direct or indirect flights across a flexible time scale.


Main Airports In South Carolina

  • Charleston International Airport (CHS)

Charleston International is the busiest airport in South Carolina, handling just under 4 million passengers per year, flying from cities across the US. It is located 11 miles outside the city of Charlestown, and is actually a joint civil-military operation. The airport terminal was redeveloped as recently as October 2016, and as such offers high levels of comfort and convenience. Cars can be hired at the airport, which is located close to Interstates 26 and 526. The CARTA bus service also runs to and from the airport, offering two routes to Charleston between 6am and midnight, while taxis with fixed rates are available.

  • Greenville–Spartanburg International Airport (GSP)

Greenville–Spartanburg International is located at the midpoint between the cities of Greenville and Spartanburg in the Upstate region of South Carolina. It is the second busiest airport in the state, handling 2.23 million passengers per year. It currently handles domestic flights exclusively, via five different airlines.


Which Airlines Fly To South Carolina?

The following airlines are a few of those offering direct flights to South Carolina from US cities:

  • American Eagle
  • Delta Connection
  • Southwest Airlines
  • United Airlines
  • United Express

How To Get To And Around South Carolina

Like most of the US, South Carolina has roads which are in excellent condition. There are 11 interstate highways running through the state and, taken together with other roads such as state highways, they offer 41,500 miles of high quality driving. There is little in the way of public transport to travel around the state, so hiring a car on arrival is an absolute must.


Places To Visit In South Carolina

Columbia

As both the largest city and state capital, Columbia is packed with attractions, activities and a vibrant nightlife driven by the student population of the University of South Carolina. Some areas of the city are more pedestrian-friendly than others, and walking around is probably the best way to enjoy the architectural delights of buildings like the South Carolina Statehouse. If retail therapy is what you’re looking for, then head to the Five Points district, which is packed with local independent shops, and is also the location of the annual St Patrick’s Day celebrations.

Charleston

Charleston is the oldest city in South Carolina, located on a peninsula between the rivers Ashley and Cooper. Many buildings dating from hundreds of years ago are still intact in Charleston, and a guided local history walking tour is by far the easiest way to discover the best of them. Other attractions include the French Quarter and Fort Sumter, which is a 30-minute ferry ride away.

Myrtle Beach

Approximately 14 million tourists per year flock to Myrtle Beach, drawn by 60 miles of wide, white, pristine beaches, the bars, clubs and restaurants that make up Broadway On The Beach and attractions like one of the world’s largest reptile parks and the Legends in Concert live music tribute show.


Tips And Tricks For Traveling In South Carolina

There is relatively little crime in most of the major tourist areas of South Carolina, although venturing further afield in larger cities such as Charleston may increase the risk. One crime to watch out for is that of being ‘grossly intoxicated’ in a public place. The level of intoxication is vague, but being arrested while drunk can lead to a fine, community service and compulsory AA meetings.

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