Spirit Airlines has resumed nonstop seasonal service between Charleston, West Virginia and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Flights will initially operate twice weekly and increase to three times weekly on April 25, 2013.
Customers can check out the ultra low fares on flights and vacation packages offered every day at www.spirit.com and also sign up to receive email alerts on Spirit’s deals and offers.
“We’re proud to continue saving customers money on travel with our ultra low fares and option to choose the add-ons they want,” said Spirit’s Chief Marketing Officer Barry Biffle. “And with today’s high gas prices, we can get you from Charleston to Myrtle Beach faster and for less money than driving, which means more time and money for you to spend on the golf course and beach. What’s not to love about getting where you want to go for less?”
“The Charleston community is thrilled to see Spirit bringing back low fare nonstop flights to Myrtle Beach,” said Yeager Airport spokesperson Brian Belcher. “Golfers, shoppers, vacationers and families have come to realize the value Spirit provides its customers. Thanks to Spirit Airlines our community has easy access to Myrtle Beach and all of its amenities.”
“Spirit Airlines’ continued commitment to the Myrtle Beach International Airport reinforces the strength of the Myrtle Beach, South Carolina brand,” said Myrtle Beach International Airport’s Director of Airports Michael La Pier. “The return of Charleston, West Virginia nonstop service is another sign of Spirit’s commitment to fly people to top notch vacation destinations. Their continued presence and recent announcements, including seat capacity increases and adding new nonstop destinations is exciting news for the Myrtle Beach market.”
“The resumption of flight service from Charleston is great news,” Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday president Bill Golden said. “Nonstop flight service is vital to the future growth of the Myrtle Beach golf market, and Spirit is a tremendous ally, providing easy access to America’s greatest golf destination. We can’t wait to see our friends from West Virginia walk off the plane and onto the golf course.”