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Entry to Myrtle Beach International Airport limited due to traffic loop

Individuals entering the Myrtle Beach International Airport will be affected due to the traffic loop. Individuals entering the Myrtle Beach International Airport will be affected due to the traffic loop.

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Individuals entering the Myrtle Beach International Airport will be affected due to the traffic loop put in place during Memorial Day weekend.

According to the Horry County Joint Information Center, entry to the airport after 9 p.m. has been limited since Friday, May 22, and will be until Sunday, May 24. Officials say the traffic diversion route will affect the area surrounding the airport.

Horry County officials advise people to plan accordingly, leave early, and make sure they understand how the loop may affect their travel.

Airport passengers, and individuals who will pick-up or drop-off passengers should use the following routes to access the airport:

Enter: US 17 Bypass North to Harrelson Boulevard exit, then Harrelson Boulevard to Jetport Road (main entrance).

Exit: Jetport Road to south Harrelson Boulevard, then Harrelson Boulevard south to South Kings Highway.

Contact Myrtle Beach International Airport at (843) 448-1589 for more information.

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