Food, drinks and travel essentials will continue to be available in the terminal. Some restaurants are temporarily closed and others have right-sized their terminal offerings to accommodate adjusted passenger volume levels. Please continue to check back for updates.
Steak 'n' Shake
Our valet parking program is temporarily suspended until further notice.
All other parking lots are open.
Car rental companies continue to operate as normal. Schedules may be changed or reduced; please contact your car rental agency to confirm availability.
Taxi companies and other transportation-for-hire companies such as Uber and Lyft are able to make operational decisions independent of the status of operations at Myrtle Beach International Airport. Inquiries for those companies should be directed to them.
Uber and Lyft now require drivers and passengers to wear face masks.
As airlines reduce capacity nation-wide, schedule changes and cancellations have occurred. Travelers should check on the status of their flight prior to arriving at the Airport. You can find updated arrival and departure information, here.
Travelers wishing to change or cancel their itinerary should contact their airlines directly. Contact information for all airlines with service at MYR can be found, here.
Many airlines are offering fee waivers for changes and cancellations. As a reminder, wait times are estimated to be longer than usual due to increased demand. Airlines are requesting that customers wait until 48 hours prior to their flight so that they may assist guests with immediate travel needs. Some reservations are eligible to be canceled online; refer to your airline's website for details.
Several airlines now require face masks for travel. For the most accurate information on specific policies, please contact your airline.
TSA recently announced changes they are implementing to the security screening process to reduce the potential for cross-contamination at security checkpoints, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Over the next few weeks, passengers should expect to:
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), because of how air circulates and is filtered on airplanes, most viruses and other germs do not spread easily in airplanes and the risk of infection while traveling by air is low.
The airport recommends all passengers and employees strictly adhere to the guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the US/SC Departments of Health, including:
Why is the Airport open?
Airports are considered essential infrastructure. They provide critical services to communities in times of need. In addition to providing an outlet for passenger travel, MYR receives air cargo, while also serving the needs of government agencies including the military and various health organizations.
What is the Airport doing to fight the spread of COVID-19?
The Myrtle Beach International Airport remains committed to the safety and well-being of the traveling public, its employees and residents of the Grand Strand. In response to COVID-19, the Airport has continued an increased cleaning schedule, while additional signage has been placed in restrooms and hand sanitizing stations have been placed in high-traffic areas. Effective immediately, passengers arriving from heavily impacted areas are undergoing temperature screenings.
Will passengers be screened once they get off of the plane?
Voluntary temperature screenings of passengers arriving on nonstop flights from heavily impacted areas will occur immediately upon exiting the aircraft.
Which high-impact areas of travel will be targeted for screenings?
The New York and Detroit metropolitan areas*, or as otherwise identified and recommended by state and federal agencies. *Subject to change
Does MYR have any plans on limiting flights from other states prone to higher cases of COVID-19?
MYR is following the guidance of local, state and federal authorities and will continue to act in accordance with their guidelines.