Myrtle Beach International Airport covers 3,795 acres. It has one runway with concrete and asphalt surface measuring 9,503 by 150 feet.
Dr. W.L. Harrelson Terminal was named after Myrtle Beach's first mayor, who served in the office from March 1938 to December 1939 and again from January 1942 to December 1943. The city mayor purchased land for the local airport during his first yeas, and hence, the terminal was named in his honor.
The passenger terminal at Myrtle Beach International Airport has two levels and houses A & B Concourses. Terminal's facade is decorated with blue glass and metallic copper panels representing South Carolina's Atlantic Coast. Its roof symbolizes the ocean waves. The colors and their coating materials convey the region's holiday culture.
Airport Ambassadors help travelers with questions about baggage issues, flight arrivals and departures, ground transportation, airline services, concessions, and special needs.
The Upper Level
The upper level of the main terminal houses the Departures level. It also has the Airport Information counter, Digital on-the-Go, ATMs, Health Snacks, Subway, and Nacho Hippo restaurant. Its westernmost point leads to Concourse A with gates A1 to A6, and Concourse B with gates B1 to B5 is at the east side. It can be reached directly from the check-in area. Concourse B houses the Hudson news and Pavilion Grill.
The Ground Level
The ground level is for the Arrivals and has check-in counters: It also houses four baggage claims and baggage service office, Visitor and Airport Information, and passage to ground transportation. The central exit leads to the rental car facility, and opposite from it is the Boardwalk Cafe, with adjacent Ticketing Lobby offering airline counters and access to TSA passenger screening the Departures Lobby.