In recent years, Charleston, SC, has received numerous accolades. Among them are the designation of #1 Small City in the U.S. and Canada by Travel + Leisure and a mention as one of the 50 Most Beautiful Cities in the World. Plus, our very own Kiawah Island was named as one of the Best U.S. Islands for Family Vacations by Conde Nast Traveler. As a result, traveling to Charleston has become more popular than ever! It is no surprise that more airlines are offering direct flights to the Holy City. If you are considering traveling to Kiawah or Seabrook Island for your next vacation, this is good news. There are currently non-stop flights to Charleston, SC, from all of the following cities. They fly into Charleston International Airport (CHS). (This is the larger of the two airports near Charleston, SC, which recently underwent a total renovation. It is easy to navigate, beautiful, and includes many restaurants and cafes for travelers to enjoy. You will begin to feel like you’re on vacation as soon as you step off the plane!)
These non-stop flights to Charleston, SC, shorten the distance between you and all of the fun that this Lowcountry hotspot has to offer. When you touch down, use our complimentary Kiawah and Seabrook Island Vacation Guides to help plan your stay. They will point you in the direction of the best attractions, restaurants, shopping, and more!
Non-Stop Flights to Charleston, SC, from Around the Country
East Coast Flights
It’s easier than ever to get from the nation’s capital to the South Carolina Lowcountry. JetBlue offers a direct flight between Washington, D.C., and Charleston. It also flies routes from Boston, New York, and Fort Lauderdale to meet the growing travel demand. If you happen to live closer to Charleston but aren’t in the mood to make the drive, one-hour non-stop flights to Charleston, SC, are available from Charlotte via American Airlines and Atlanta on Delta Airlines. American Airlines also flies direct from Miami, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. Delta offers additional routes from and New York City. United Airlines can get you here from Newark, NJ, or Washington, D.C., and Southwest flies from Baltimore, MD.
Most of the non-stop flights to Charleston, SC, from the middle part of the country are offered by Southwest Airlines. They travel routes from Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Nashville, and St. Louis. American also flies from Dallas/Fort Worth, and United takes routes from Chicago and Houston. Finally, Delta Airlines flies direct from Detroit.
West Coast Flights
Although the majority of the non-stop flights to Charleston, SC, are from the East Coast and Midwest, the West Coast is beginning to take notice of the Lowcountry as well! In an effort to expand their growing list of non-stop flights, Alaska Airlines recently added non-stop service from Seattle to Charleston. Low-cost carrier Southwest Airlines has added Denver onto the list for non-stop service. In the spring of 2018, Frontier Airlines will also begin flying from Denver to Charleston.
Porter Airlines recently introduced a non-stop flight connecting Canada to Charleston. The seasonal service is offered February through May from Toronto, ON, to Charleston. During the winter, you can still travel to Charleston via a connecting flight at Boston’s Logan Airport. Visit Porter Airline’s website to book this trip.
Stay in One of the Top Vacation Homes on Kiawah or Seabrook Island
After one of these non-stop flights to Charleston, SC, experience the best of the Lowcountry from the vantage point of one of our amazing vacation homes. Known for luxury, style, and tranquility, Kiawah and Seabrook Islands are two of the top destinations for travelers to the Holy City. Pam Harrington Exclusives offers gorgeous rentals on both islands. They feature prime locations, beautiful layouts, and excellent amenities that will make your stay a breeze. Contact us to find out more, or browse our available homes to start planning your trip today!