Caroline MacGregor Published

Breeze Airways Adds Myrtle Beach Route

A blue airplane is seen arriving at an airportCharleston International Yeager Airport.

Breeze Airways has added a new route to its service from West Virginia’s Charleston International Yeager Airport. 

The airline will begin service from Charleston (CRW) to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina next May.

The air carrier said it will offer one-way fares from $49 if tickets are purchased by Nov. 14 for travel completed by Sept. 3, 2024.

Yeager Airport Marketing Director Paige Withrow said the new route is popular among passengers.

“Our community is constantly asking for Myrtle Beach routes,” she said. “It opens up new possibilities for our business and leisure travelers in West Virginia – we’re excited to see Breeze continue to grow as they introduce new destinations here at CRW.”

Today’s announcement would have marked the fourth non-stop route for Breeze Airways which currently offers routes to Orlando and Tampa, Florida. 

Airport officials declined to comment on Breeze Airways ending seasonal service to Charleston, South Carolina. 

The heavily marketed route was announced in March at the same time the airline announced new service to Orlando, Florida

The addition of Breeze Airways to Charleston Yeager Airport resulted from a partnership forged between the West Virginia Department of Tourism, Gov. Jim Justice, the Kanawha County Commission and the City of Charleston.