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.
Sixty years ago, the seeds were planted for what is known today as Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport. Since the first flight in 1962, GSP has earned a reputation for its dedication to safety and its commitment to customer service and award-winning amenities; including an Escape Lounge by Manchester Airports Group, fine dining at The Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck restaurant and one of the most extensive art collections of any small airport in the nation. GSP was the first airport in the U.S. to offer an Airside Garden and continues to be a model for new airport construction worldwide.
GSP offers nonstop service by seven airlines and convenient connections to hundreds of destinations worldwide. Over 2.6 million passengers use GSP to travel to and from Upstate SC annually.
- Days Open: 7 Days Weekly
- Hours of Operation: 24 hours daily
- Minutes To Downtown Greenville: 22
- Minutes to Greenville Convention Center: 20
- Miles to Greenville Convention Center: 12
- Miles to Bon Secours Wellness Arena: 12
- Cuisine: New American /Fusion
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- Description 3 rooms can join to one room.
- Total Sq. Ft. 1700
- Reception Capacity 120
- Conference Capacity 90
- Banquet Capacity 90
- Number of Rooms 3