Situated 3 nautical miles southwest of the center of Myrtle Beach, a coastal city in Horry County, South Carolina, Myrtle Beach International Airport is public-use airport owned by Horry County and operated by Horry County Department of Airports. The airport is located on the place of the former
Myrtle Beach Air Force Base and is the third-busiest airport in the state. It’s categorized as a primary commercial service airport and served by numerous airlines, including United Express, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, American Eagle, American Airlines, and Allegiant Air. Myrtle Beach International Airport features one asphalt and concrete paved runway and 50 aircraft. The major aircraft operations are air taxi, local general aviation, military, transient general aviation, and commercial.