1100 Jetport Road
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday through Friday
The Department of Airports is an agency of Horry County and receives its funding for operations and maintenance of County airports through user fees and charges on aeronautical activities at the airport. No County general fund taxes are used to support the airports. Partial funding for most major capital improvements is obtained through the Federal Aviation Administration and from South Carolina Division of Aeronautics. The Department is the largest airport system in the state, with four airports located throughout the County.
The Department of Airports is committed to serving the public by effectively and efficiently utilizing the talents of its staff and other resources to plan, develop and safely operate the County Airport System to enhance and support air commerce and economic development in Horry County and our region.
To obtain additional information, schedule a visit, or learn about economic development opportunities available at the airport, please contact us by: phone (843-448-1580), fax (843-626-9096) or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The scheduled commercial service airport for Horry County and the Grand Strand is conveniently located in the south end of the City of Myrtle Beach, minutes from the 60 mile stretch of magnificent beach, glistening ocean, numerous golf courses and other regional attractions.
The general aviation fixed based operator located at the Myrtle Beach International Airport can be reached
Located on Hwy 378, five miles west of the County seat of Conway, this airport serves general aviation aircraft with parking, refueling, and maintenance.
Located in the City of North Myrtle Beach between Highway 17 Business and the Intercoastal Waterway, this airport serves private and corporate aircraft with parking, refueling, and maintenance. The full-service fixed base operator, Ramp 66, located at this airport can be reached at: 843-272-5337, 800-433-8918, or email@example.com.
Located on Hwy 301, two miles northeast of Loris, is an unattended, public use airport.