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26 Jun
02 Jul
$ 105.16
04 Jul
05 Jul
$ 178.96
02 Aug
06 Aug
$ 188.37
08 Jul
15 Jul
$ 188.96
06 Jul
27 Jul
$ 194.32
09 Sep
13 Sep
$ 217.95
*Note: All fares are quoted in USD.

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Charleston , South Carolina

Charleston in South Carolina’s Low country is a Southern gem where history and hospitality converge. You can wander down its cobblestone streets lined with centuries-old mansions, immerse in the past with a visit to Rainbow Row's vibrant facades and embark on a culinary adventure at award-winning restaurants in this charming coastal city. The blend of rich heritage and contemporary allure offers a unique experience, making it a must-visit destination for those seeking a sophisticated Southern escape.

Charleston Travel Facts

How To Reach Charleston

Located about 12 miles northwest of historic downtown, Charleston International Airport (CHS) is Charleston's primary gateway. One of South Carolina’s busiest airports, CHS served more than 5.3 million passengers in 2022. Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) is the second nearest airport to Charleston. 

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    5,322,147 Annual Passengers
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    122,653 Annual Aircraft Operations

Charleston International Airport Ground Transportation

CARTA operates an express bus route 4 every hour nonstop hourly on all seven days a week and local bus route 11 hourly on weekdays to downtown. Other transportation options include taxis, rideshare and rental cars. Almost all the major rental cars, including Avis, Budget, Dollar, and Hertz can be picked up in the Rental Car Pavilion at the end of the terminal past Baggage Claim.

Average Cost Of Flight To Charleston Across The Year

  • $114.84 Low Season March to August
  • $ Shoulder Season September to November
  • $ High Season December to February

How Many Destinations Does Charleston International Airport Connect To?

The busiest airport in South Carolina, Charleston International Airport offers non-stop flights to more than 35 destinations. Among the most popular destinations are:

How Many Airlines Serve Charleston International Airport?

Charleston International Airport is served by over 16 airlines and their affiliates, making it very easy for travelers to book air tickets to Charleston effortlessly for every need and budget.

Most Popular Airlines Serving Charleston

  • 941,000 passengers annually
  • 833,000 passengers annually
  • 814,000 passengers annually

Which Are The Most Popular Air Routes Originating From Charleston?

The busiest routes from CHS include Atlanta, Boston, Denver, Los Angeles, and London. As some of the most popular routes, travelers are recommended to book their flights in advance, as finding cheap flights to Charleston at the last moment can be challenging.

Why You Should Visit Charleston Attractions & Activities

International African American Museum

The International African American Museum (IAAM) is situated in Gadsen's Wharf, once the U.S. entry point for about 40 per cent of captive Africans sold into slavery at auctions here beginning in 1783. The museum highlights Charleston's role in the slave trade to the forefront. Spread in nine galleries, the exhibits tell the factual story of the brutality the enslaved people and their descendants endured from a local, national, and international perspective.

Waterfront Park

Offering spectacular views of Charleston Harbor, the 12-acre Waterfront Park stretches along over 1,000 feet of waterfront. You can enjoy the sights of the sailboats and larger ships from the old-fashioned park benches and double swings facing the water. Other highlights of the park include an unusual Pineapple Fountain and seasonal flower gardens.

Middleton Place

Middleton Place, home to America's oldest landscaped gardens, is a National Historic Landmark. Once the abode of the Middleton family, whose lineage included two of the country's Founding Fathers, is now a living history museum. The place tells the complicated and dark story of the generations of enslaved labor in an unbiased manner. Visitors can also visit the 1755 Middleton family home and see its large garden rooms, rare books, porcelain, and family portraits.

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