Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport
GSP International Airport serves as a "gateway" to work and play in Upstate South Carolina. GSP provides quick and efficient air transportation services to passengers and cargo.
Over fifty years ago, the seeds were planted for what is known today as Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport – Roger Milliken Field. Since that first flight which took place in 1962, GSP has earned a reputation of safety and has grown into one of the finest airports in the country.
The GSP terminal building offers 322,000 square feet of space, third-level jet bridge boarding, and thirteen departure gates.
The latest runway extension, completed in June of 1999, extends the runway to 11,001 feet making it possible for GSP to accommodate any aircraft in operation today.
More than 2.6 million passengers per year are served by 5 airlines offering 50 non-stop average daily departures with direct service to 19 destinations across the U.S.