Greenville–Spartanburg International Airport (Roger Milliken Field) is a public airport near Greer, South Carolina, midway between Greenville and Spartanburg, the major cities of the Upstate region.
GSP is owned and operated by the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District. The airport covers 3,500 acres (1,400 ha) and has one runway.
Airport Stats & Facts
- Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport is the second-busiest airport in South Carolina.
- In 2019, the airport served more than 2 million passengers.
Airport Traveling Tips
- Travelers are recommended to arrive at least 2 hours before a domestic flight departure, and 3 hours before an international flight.
- Passengers should make sure they do not have any sharp items, such as nail clippers, scissors, pocket knives, and metal nail files in carry-on luggage.
- Children under the age of 18 traveling within the United States are not required to have government-issued photo identification.
- Baggage must never be left unattended in public areas.
- Please have a look at the GSP Airport Map before visiting the airport.
Passenger Pickup and Drop-off
- Passengers can be dropped and picked up at the curbside. It is available for active loading and unloading only.
- If you are planning to pick up a traveler at GSP, you can also take advantage of free parking in the Cell Phone Parking Lot located off GSP Drive.
- Arrival flight status provides the arrival times, gate information, delays, and time to land for the Greenville International Airport.
- Departing flight status lists scheduled vs actual departure, gate information, map tracking, and flight delays.
- To get the best fares, book a flight at GSP here.
Greenville International Airport has one terminal building with two concourses - Concourse A and Concourse B. The check-in level is the same for all passengers.
Gates A1-A9 are on concourse A. It is used exclusively by American, Southwest and United.
Allegiant Air and Delta use Concourse B and it has gates B1-B4.
For more information, please refer to the GSP Airport Terminal Map here.
Greenville International Airport serves a variety of airlines including United Express, American Eagle, American Airlines, and more.
View the full list of airlines served at GSP Airport here.
Parking Garage A
Garage A is one of the convenient options to park at GSP Airport.
First 15 minutes: Free
Per half hour: $1
Per day: $15
Parking Garage B
This parking garage is located to the left of the terminal building.
Many transport options are available for passengers from Greenville Airport. There are a number of bus, shuttle, taxi and rideshare services which can pick up from the terminal.
Various companies provide car rental services at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport including Avis, Enterprise, Budget, and more. All onsite rental car offices on the first and second floors of Garage A which is located across from baggage claim.
Taxis and Limo
Located just one mile from the front door of the GSP terminal, Eastside Transportation has been serving the Upstate of South Carolina for a very long time. It offers a variety of transportation options including minivan economy service, executive sedans and SUVs, executive van service, shuttle bus service and limousine coach service.
Passengers are also welcome to use Uber. Travelers must make arrangements for drop off or pick up through the Uber app or on its website.
Amenities & Services
For visitors to have a great stay, Greenville Airport provides plenty of amenities and services including:
- Store, gift shops, and local souvenir shops.
- Restaurants, bars, and cafes.
- Shoeshine stations, and massage bars.
- Free Wi-Fi internet throughout the airport.
- Multiple art installations and exhibits on display.
- Vending machines, and banks/ATMs.
Address: 2000 GSP Drive, Greer, SC 29651, USA
Phone: (864) 877 7426 /fax 848-6225
Greenville Airport: A Brief History Timeline
- In 1958, a proposal was presented to the legislative delegations of Greenville and Spartanburg Counties to build an airport.
- On 15th October 1962, the airport opened, becoming the first non-military airport to have a runway centerline lighting system.
- Between 1973 to 1975, rental car service centers were constructed, allowing quicker turnaround for rental cars and increasing the number of cars available to the public. Also, South concourse extended to include additional passenger waiting areas.
- In 1989, an expansion project increased the airport terminal and passenger waiting area by 140,000 square feet.
- In 1989, new lounge and dining facilities were added. A travel agency is located inside the terminal building.
- In 1998, a Second parking garage was built, adding 1,500 new parking spaces bringing the total number of parking spaces to 4,500.
- In 2002, the GSP Airport District and the Transportation Security Administration installed explosive detection equipment to screen all baggage prior to it being loaded on board aircraft.
- In 2010, approximately 10 acres of land was purchased along I-85 for the future construction of an overpass bridge to northbound traffic on the Interstate.
- In 2016, Cerulean Aviation was launched as the new brand identity for the Aviation Services Department.