Cheap flights to South Carolina

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Flights to South Carolina in 2022

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One-way fromS$ 1,192One-way flight from Singapore Changi (SIN) to South Carolina

Cheap flights to South Carolina in May, June 2022

The best prices found for CHS flights for May, June
24 May - 31 May
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Singapore Changi

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Charlotte Douglas

2 stops

43h 07m
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Charlotte Douglas

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Singapore Changi

2 stops

33h 00m
S$ 1,921

Lufthansa

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24 May - 31 May
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Singapore Changi

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Charlotte Douglas

2 stops

39h 17m
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Charlotte Douglas

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Singapore Changi

2 stops

23h 11m
S$ 1,963

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25 May - 2 Jun
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Singapore Changi

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Charlotte Douglas

2 stops

39h 17m
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Charlotte Douglas

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Singapore Changi

2 stops

37h 53m
S$ 2,080

Lufthansa

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South Carolina 2022 flight deals

Cheap flights to South Carolina found for this year
24 Sep - 8 Oct
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Singapore Changi

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Charlotte Douglas

2 stops

45h 47m
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Charlotte Douglas

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Singapore Changi

2 stops

45h 55m
S$ 1,501

American Airlines

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24 Sep - 8 Oct
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Singapore Changi

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Charlotte Douglas

2 stops

36h 10m
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Charlotte Douglas

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Singapore Changi

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33h 55m
S$ 1,653

Lufthansa

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23 Sep - 8 Oct
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Singapore Changi

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Charlotte Douglas

2 stops

33h 02m
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Charlotte Douglas

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Singapore Changi

2 stops

25h 50m
S$ 1,687

Multiple Airlines

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Last minute flights to South Carolina

Late deals on return flights to South Carolina, departing today and this week
2 Jun - 12 Jun
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Singapore Changi

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Charlotte Douglas

2 stops

31h 31m
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Charlotte Douglas

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Singapore Changi

2 stops

39h 05m
S$ 3,080

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2 Jun - 12 Jun
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Singapore Changi

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Charlotte Douglas

2 stops

31h 31m
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Charlotte Douglas

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Singapore Changi

1 stop

33h 55m
S$ 4,599

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2 Jun - 12 Jun
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Singapore Changi

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Charlotte Douglas

1 stop

27h 55m
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Charlotte Douglas

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Singapore Changi

1 stop

33h 55m
S$ 8,285

Lufthansa

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What time of day is cheapest to fly to South Carolina?

To get the best value, try booking a flight in the morning when visiting South Carolina. Generally the prices will increase for flights in the evening as these tend to have higher demand.

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 holiday destination for summer travellers, South Carolina was a major player in American history.

The state officially separated from North Carolina in 1729 and was the centre 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.

Millions of travellers 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 flying to South Carolina will find themselves immersed in Southern hospitality.

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South Carolina climate

South Carolina has hot and steamy summers and brief, mild winters. Along the shore, winter temperatures are usually in the mid-teens (Celsius) and summer temperatures in ranging between about 26 and 32 degrees. Inland winters are just above freezing, about four degrees, and summers in the mid to high 20s. Most of the rain falls during the spring and summer, and the mountains and upper Piedmont see some snow. The hurricane season is June through November.

When is the best time to fly to South Carolina?

Peak Season:
Myrtle Beach is is packed with families during the summer and college students during spring break. Rates are at their highest in summer, and hotels require reservations.

Folk, craft, art, and music festivals take place in summer, as do sporting events. Most state and local fairs are held in August and September, with a few in July and October.

Summer is the peak season for Hilton Head Island, but the mild winters make South Carolina a year-round golfing haven.

Charleston’s high seasons are spring and autumn.

Off Season:
Off-season can be a great time to find cheap flights to South Carolina. Charleston’s rates drop in winter and summer, and the shore is still warm in autumn but without the crowds.

Spring is probably the most attractive season in South Carolina, and the autumn leaves are beautiful.

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Getting around South Carolina

A rural state with no major cities, most visitors come to see the South Carolina coast. For exploring the coast, driving is your best bet. This is a relaxed affair as there are no major highways, so be prepared for the slower pace.

Myrtle Beach has public transportation and some areas can be explored on foot. You will need a car to get to the nearby restaurants, hotels, museums, and parks.

The best way to explore Charleston’s historic district is a walking tour, guided or on your own. Charleston’s CARTA’s buses cover most areas, and the Downtown Area Shuttle (DASH) has three trolleys that stop at the visitor centre. There are boat tours to Fort Sumter, and Charleston has a number bike routes and local bike clubs.

If you are venturing further inland, trains cross the state east to west, making stops along the way from Charleston to Greenville. There is some bus service inland and along the coast, and some airlines offer flights within the state. If you are driving, South Carolina has very good, well-maintained roads. (State law requires that you have the headlights on when the windshield wipers are in use during inclement weather.)

What is good to know if travelling to South Carolina?

  • Alligator Adventure claims to be the world’s largest reptile park. Stars include Albino American alligators, dwarf crocodiles and giant snakes.
  • The Grand Strand runs 60 miles from Little River to Georgetown. Myrtle Beach, the popular resort, is located along it, famous for golf courses, shopping and nightlife. Pawleys Island, one of the East Coast’s oldest resorts, lies between Charleston and Myrtle Beach. Famous for the Pawleys Island Hammock.
  • Charleston has architecture dating from pre-Revolution days, the late 1700s and pre-1840s, as well as beach resorts at Kiawah Island, Seabrook, Wild Dunes and Edisto Island. It is also home to the Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site. The park is the site of the first English Settlement (1670) in South Carolina and has a full-scale reproduction of the 17th-century trading ship Adventure as well as a natural habitat zoo, the 1670 Experimental Crop Garden and 80 acres of English Park Gardens.
  • Visit Fort Sumter where the first engagement of the Civil War took place in 1861 and antebellum mansions such as Rose Hill Plantation State Historic Site and Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site.
  • Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum in Mt. Pleasant: tour the Yorktown, the most decorated aircraft carrier from the Second World War. Yorktown’s battle group includes the destroyer Laffey, the submarine Clamagore and the Coast Guard cutter Ingham.
  • And then for something different: the World’s Largest Fire Hydrant in Columbia is actually a sculpture of an erupting fire hydrant by a local artist called Blue Sky. In Ridgeway, you’ll find the World’s Smallest Police Station. It is about the size of a bathroom and was last used in 1990. The Peachoid in Gaffney is a million-gallon water tower. The giant peach-shaped structure serves to remind passersby that South Carolina produces more peaches than Georgia.

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