The Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) will remain open during Hurricane Florence and commercial air carriers will continue flight operations.

The airport will remain open during the hurricane, but airlines may or may not operate, according to a press release from the airport. Prior to coming to the airport, travelers should verify a flight status with the airline. 

“If your airline is operating, and you have a confirmed reservation, it is suggested that you arrive at the airport a minimum of two-hours prior your flights scheduled departure time, if not earlier. The airport is anticipating longer than normal wait-times at airline check-in and TSA checkpoint processing,” states the release.