Ask any golfer where they're going for vacation and it's likely they'll tell you about a flight to South Carolina. The very thought of South Carolina conjures images of bronzed bodies on Myrtle Beach, and miles of green golf courses at Hilton Head primed and prepped for golfers of any level. But before it was a hot vacation destination for summer travelers on South Carolina flights, South Carolina was a major player in American history.
The state officially separated from North Carolina in 1729 and was the center of intense military action during the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. Once primarily agricultural, South Carolina has increased its economic contributions with textile mills, and manufacturers of wood, steel products, machinery, and apparel. But you’ll see a lot more than agriculture when you book a flight to South Carolina.
Millions of travelers book South Carolina flights and accommodations every year for a tour Fort Sumter National Monument, a trip to Cypress Gardens in Charleston; the Hilton Head resorts; and the Riverbanks Zoo and Botanical Garden. Aside from its economic prosperity and resort towns, visitors booking flights to South Carolina will find themselves immersed in Southern hospitality.