At GSP, we begin each day fully committed to finding new ways to achieve our mission to advance the economic prosperity of the region by providing a safe, convenient, user-friendly and cost competitive air transportation system connecting the region with the nation and world.
Welcome to Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport
Convenient Location. Easy Parking. Low Fares. Direct Flights.
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 has in excess of 226,000 square feet of space, third level jet bridge boarding and thirteen departure gates.
Two Federal Inspection Stations (FIS) consisting of Customs, Immigrations and Agriculture are located at GSP. The first FIS facility located under the south concourse is designed to handle 250 international passengers per hour. The second FIS location on the north cargo ramp is designed to handle cargo and corporate aircraft that require international clearance.
The latest runway extension, completed in June of 1999 extended the runway to 11,001 feet making it possible for GSP to accommodate any aircraft in operation today.
The north end of the airport is home to a 120,000 square foot FedEx facility. This facility, completed in the late summer of 2001 provides FedEx with the capability to sort up to 3000 packages per hour. Prior to the completion of this new facility, FedEx was only capable of sorting 1,000 packages per hour.
More than 1.8 million passengers per year are served by 5 major airlines offering 49 non-stop average daily departures to 15 major cities and 18 airports across the US. A connection in one of those 15 cities makes access to the world easy from GSP International.
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