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Terminal Information

Quiet Room

The Quiet Room at Myrtle Beach International Airport was built for people with special needs who need to de-stress and has been lauded by the Champion Autism Network for its adherence to TSA's Passenger Support services. Now, the Quiet Room is available for all travelers who need a place to relax and recharge. The Quiet Room is not intended for sleeping.

Other options for peace

Aside from the Quiet Room, Myrtle Beach International Airport can provide other options to destress during your travels. Take a walk around the Terminal Building, grab a seat in an Adirondack chair and watch the planes take off, or buy a book from Hudson News to escape.

Using the Quiet Room

Located in the Baggage Claim area, the Quiet Room is a great place to find peace in the trying times that traveling can present. From the arrivals area, move toward Baggage Claim and find Room #171, call (843) 839-7372, or ask an Airport Ambassador for assistance. 

About Champion Autism Network

Champion Autism Network, Inc. (CAN) is a nonprofit Autism awareness organization based in Surfside Beach. CAN was founded in 2012 with a goal to raise Autism awareness, reduce criticism and judgment and help families with children on the Autism spectrum develop a network of like-minded people and supporters. CAN's website features information on Autism friendly travel, activities, and events around the Grand Strand. 

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