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This SC Airport Is the Fourth Most Expensive Airport in America

Kennardo G. James
This SC airport was named the fourth most expensive airport in America.Photo byMarco Lopez/Unsplash

Millions of people each year take flights not only across America, but the world as well. Although most people are able to catch a great deal every once in a while, that isn't always the case. You also have to take into consideration that naturally, some airports are more expensive than others depending on where you live. A national media publication just recently did a study naming the most expensive airports in the nation and not only did one airport in SC make the list - it ranked in the top five! In this article, we will see which publication released the study, which airport in SC made the list, as well as see which other airports across the nation made the list as well!, a nonprofit journalism organization, just recently named, "Ranking: Average Fares at the 100 Busiest Airports in the U.S.". According to the publication, they determined which airports were the most expensive in the nation using two simple key factors which include looking at the 100 busiest airports as well as which ones have the highest fares. The airport in SC that made the list is - Greenville - Spartanburg International located in Greer coming in at #4!

If you want to catch a flight out of Greenville - Spartanburg International anytime soon, you better start saving up - the average fare at the airport is a whopping $493! For those that are curious, Ted Stevens Anchorage International located in Anchorage, Alaska came in at #1 with an average fare of $540!

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My name is Kennardo "Greg" James and I started writing news based stories in January 2022. I will deliver news that you need to be aware of with an unbiased lens and bring attention to things that need awareness.

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