As leisure travel rockets back to life, nonstop flight options to Myrtle Beach continue to soar.
Frontier Airlines has become the latest carrier to expand its offerings into Myrtle Beach International Airport. Beginning the second week of June, Frontier will begin flying nonstop to Myrtle Beach from Buffalo, N.Y., Portland, Maine and Providence, R.I., all markets that previously lacked direct access to the Golf Capital of the World.
To celebrate the expansion, Frontier is offering $39 fares on the new routes this summer.
Frontier’s announcement comes on the heels of Southwest’s decision to begin servicing Myrtle Beach with the launch of 10 routes beginning in late May.
Myrtle Beach already enjoys nonstop flights from 50+ cities, more than any other airport in South Carolina, and has the state’s lowest average fares.
Airlines that currently provide service to Myrtle Beach are: Allegiant, American, Delta, Frontier, Porter, Southwest, Spirit, Sun Country and United.