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MYR sees uptick in passengers

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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – There has been an uptick in passengers arriving into Myrtle Beach International Airport, according to Spokesman Kirk Lovell.

In July, 114,671 passengers arrived into MYR, which is about 7,000 more than in July 2013.

From January to July, the airport welcomed more than half a million passengers to the Grand Strand.

"Year-to-date over 530,000 people have arrived into the Myrtle Beach International Airport," said Pat Apone, director of airports.

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