South Carolina Aviation Resources

The state of South Carolina depends heavily on general aviation for business travel, recreation and the well-being of its farms. Located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, South Carolina is a popular tourist destination rich with history – with many homes and landmarks dating back to the Civil War.

Tourism, then, is vital to the success of South Carolina’s economy. Tourists visit South Carolina each month, flying into one of seven commercial airports within the state. Agriculture, including dairy products, soy beans and cattle, is another source of income for the state. Aviation is necessary to keep the farms pest-free and allows for easy travel between farms. Without the use of planes and helicopters, South Carolina’s economy would suffer.

South Carolina Beaches

South Carolina boasts three international airports, all regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA): Charleston International Airport, Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport and Myrtle Beach International Airport. The regional airports are also widely used by locals and visitors – Hilton Head Airport, for example, is a very popular airport for vacationers going to Hilton Head Beach.

Its proximity to the Atlantic coast makes South Carolina very susceptible to hurricanes. The hurricane season generally lasts from the beginning of June until the end of November.

Boeing Airplane

South Carolina is appealing to many aviation-related businesses. One major aviation employer is Boeing. They opened up an aircraft manufacturing facility in Charleston as one of two final assembly sites for the 787 Dreamliner. Boeing employs over 8,000 and is a major factor in South Carolina’s economic success.

South Carolina Plane Crashes

General aviation is a very popular pastime and business. There are over 50 general aviation airports in the state. Smaller, privately owned airports also contribute to South Carolina’s air traffic.

The aviation attorneys at the Slack & Davis law firm are pilots themselves. They understand aviation and aviation law. Our aviation lawyers will fight for the compensation you deserve. If you have sustained an injury in an airplane crash or lost a loved one in a helicopter or plane accident, call today for a free case consultation: 800-455-8686.