Flights from Spokane (GEG) to Myrtle Beach (MYR)

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      Spokane (GEG) to Charleston (CHS)
       Depart 25 Oct 16
       Return 01 Nov 16

      Flying with United Airlines

      Price subject to availability

       
      Spokane (GEG) to Charleston (CHS)
       Depart 25 Oct 16
       Return 02 Nov 16

      Flying with United Airlines

      Price subject to availability

       
       

      Travel information for Spokane to Myrtle Beach

      Photo of Myrtle Beach   Myrtle Beach
      Spokane to Myrtle Beachonly 2208 miles
      Here are some alternative departure airports for Spokane
      • Distance between Spokane and Pullman (PUW): 65.2 miles
      • Distance between Spokane and Lewiston (LWS): 91.2 miles
      • Distance between Spokane and Moses Lake (MWH): 92.9 miles

        Facts and figures about flying from Spokane to Myrtle Beach

      • Flights are unlikely to be cancelled between Spokane and Myrtle Beach
      • Spokane to Myrtle Beach flights have a very low delay rate
      • Flights between Spokane and Myrtle Beach are rarely subject to diversions