The distance from the middle of South Carolina (SC) to the middle of District of Columbia (DC) is:

493 miles / 793 km driving

411 miles / 662 km flying

NOTE: You can get a more accurate calculation using state borders for the distance from South Carolina to District of Columbia.

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Distance from South Carolina to District of Columbia

The total driving distance from South Carolina to District of Columbia is 493 miles or 793 kilometers.

The total straight line flight distance from South Carolina to District of Columbia is 411 miles.

This is equivalent to 662 kilometers or 358 nautical miles.

Your trip begins in the state of South Carolina. It ends in the state of District of Columbia.

Your flight direction from South Carolina to District of Columbia is Northeast (31 degrees from North).

The distance calculator helps you figure out how far it is to get from South Carolina to District of Columbia. It does this by computing the straight line flying distance ("as the crow flies") and the driving distance if the route is drivable. It uses all this data to compute the total travel mileage.

South Carolina (SC)

State: South Carolina
Country: United States
Category: states

District of Columbia (DC)

State: District of Columbia
Country: United States
Category: states

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