The closest major airport to Seneca, South Carolina is Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP / KGSP). This airport is in Greenville, South Carolina and is 53 miles from the center of Seneca, SC. If you're looking for domestic flights to GSP, check the airlines that fly to GSP.
124 miles: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport - Atlanta, GA (ATL / KATL)
139 miles: Charlotte Douglas International Airport - Charlotte, NC (CLT / KCLT)
283 miles: Harnett County - Erwin, NC (FVM)
293 miles: Myrtle Beach International Airport - Myrtle Beach, SC (MYR / KMYR)
346 miles: Nashville International Airport - Nashville, TN (BNA / KBNA)
53 miles: Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport - Greenville, SC (GSP / KGSP)
73 miles: Athens-Ben Epps Airport - Athens, GA (AHN / KAHN)
86 miles: Asheville Regional Airport - Asheville, NC (AVL / KAVL)
157 miles: McGhee Tyson Airport - Knoxville, TN (TYS / KTYS)
5 miles: Oconee County Regional Airport - Clemson, SC (CEU / KCEU)
24 miles: Pickens County Airport - Pickens, SC (LQK / KLQK)
25 miles: Toccoa Airport - Toccoa, GA (TOC / KTOC)
27 miles: Anderson Regional Airport - Anderson, SC (AND / KAND)
41 miles: Greenville Downtown Airport - Greenville, SC (GMU / KGMU)
41 miles: Donaldson Center Airport - Greenville, SC (GDC / KGYH / GYH)
Travel Math helps you find the closest airport to any city, as well as a list of smaller local airports. You can use these pages to plan your trip and figure out the easiest way to get to your destination. Many times there are multiple airports near the city you want to visit, so you can often find a cheaper flight into a different airport. This is especially useful if you are getting a rental car, since it might be better to drive a bit farther in order to save money on airfare. If you're booking an international flight, you probably want the closest major airport, otherwise if you're a pilot you may be looking for a local airport. Use this tool along with the flight distance pages to plan your travel.
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