Myrtle Beach International Airport reports record passenger numbers in 2015.
Myrtle Beach International Airport reports record passenger numbers in 2015. Janet Blackmon Morgan The Sun News file photo
Myrtle Beach International Airport reports record passenger numbers in 2015. Janet Blackmon Morgan The Sun News file photo

Growth in flights, destinations leads to record year at Myrtle Beach International Airport

January 21, 2016 07:34 PM

UPDATED January 22, 2016 10:40 PM

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