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Business Opportunties

Let's do business together.

Doing business with Myrtle Beach International Airport means reaching over 1 million travelers per year. There are many great chances for companies to work with the airport, whether it be commercial aviation, advertising, procurement or other business opportunities.

HOW TO BID

Procurement 

The Myrtle Beach International Airport is owned by Horry County and operated by the Department of Airports. All bids go through Horry County to provide for the fair and equitable treatment of all purchases involved in public procurement, to maximize the value of public funds, and provide safeguards to maintain a system of integrity.

Those wishing to conduct business within the Airport system may view opportunities posted through Horry County Procurement.

PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS

Advertising at MYR

Put airport advertising to work for your brand and influence the purchasing decisions of travelers with Lamar Advertising.

The beautiful signs throughout the terminal are sleek, bright, and sized right to showcase your brand to thousands of travelers each month.

FIXED-BASED OPERATIONS

General Aviation Services

Beach Aviation Services, with operations at Myrtle Beach International Airport, and other Horry County airports, is the gateway to the Grand Strand. We are committed to providing a clean, safe, and passenger-friendly facility that is capable of meeting current travel needs with a VIP level of customer service.

MORE INFORMATION

Additional Business

Careers

Become part of the team at MYR, apply for a job with one of our vendors today!

Media Center

Stay up to date with all the recent news and releases from MYR.

Vehicle Permits

Make sure your commercial vehicle is licensed to pickup visitors at MYR.

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program

Horry County has established a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program in accordance with regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation, to create a level playing field on which DBEs can compete fairly for USDOT-assisted contracts.

Airport Badges

The Communications Center/Badging Office verifies that badge applicants have undergone and cleared the required security background checks and ensures that badge holders understand the security rules and procedures related to the possession and use of an Airport Badge.

Master Plan

An Airport Master Plan is an FAA-required document that serves as a strategy for airport development and describes the need for and timing of airport improvements over a 20-year timeframe. Learn more about our plans for the future of business and development at MYR.