Airline offers three new low-cost flights at Myrtle Beach Airport. Here’s when they start

Budget carrier Breeze Airways will add three new direct flight locations leaving and coming to the Myrtle Beach International Airport, airport officials announced Wednesday.

Beginning June 20, there will be four nonstop flights to Westchester County, New York, weekly and two flights to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, Pennsylvania. On June 22, flights to Akron-Canton, Ohio, will begin twice weekly.

“Introductory fares on the new routes start from $39 one-way if purchased by April 30 for travel by January 7, 2025,” airport officials wrote in a press release.

Breeze Airways also offers flights to other cities such as Charleston, West Virginia; Hartford, Connecticut; Providence, Rhode Island; and Tampa, Florida.