Deal alert: Round-trip to Charleston, South Carolina starting at $128

Nov 7, 2021

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If you have always wanted to visit the charming city of Charleston, South Carolina, this is the deal for you. Flights are on sale on major carriers, such as American, JetBlue, DeltaUnited and Southwest Airlines. American, JetBlue and United fares are main cabin, which includes a carry-on and seat assignment. Southwest flights include two free checked bags. Delta flights are basic economy.

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Charleston, South Carolina, USA skyline over the Ashley River. (Photo by SeanPavonePhoto / Getty Images)

Thanks to our friends at Thrifty Traveler, you can find nonstop round-trip flights to Charleston South Carolina (CHS) from major U.S. cities starting at $128 from New York (JFK), $142 from Washington D.C. (IAD) and $156 from Atlanta (ATL) to name a few.

Airlines: American Airlines, Delta, United, JetBlue, Southwest
Routes: Detroit (DTW), New York (JFK), Atlanta (ATL), Miami (MIA) and many more cities to Charleston, South Carolina.
Cost: Starts from $128 round-trip
Dates: Dec. 2021-Sept. 2022

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Related: American, JetBlue unveil reciprocal award redemptions and elite benefits

Major departure cities below (and many more) are included in round-trip fare sale to Charleston:

  • New York City (JFK/LGA)
  • Newark (EWR)
  • Washington, D.C. (DCA/IAD)
  • Atlanta (ATL)
  • Detroit (DTW)
  • Baltimore (BWI)
  • Denver (DEN)
  • Ft. Lauderdale (FLL
  • Miami (MIA)

On JetBlue, we found Blue Basic seats available for $64 one-way from JFK to CHS for a nonstop flight.

(Screenshot Courtesy of JetBlue)


Southwest has ample availability throughout February and March from Atlanta (ATL) to CHS. The best fare we could find was $78 each way.

(Screenshot courtesy of Southwest)


On Google Flights, United had a number of options for nonstop flights from Washington, D.C. (IAD) to CHS in March between $142-156 round-trip, including taxes and fees.

How to Book

Go to the official sites of JetBlue, American, United, Southwest or Delta or to Google Flights and search for your departure city. Look for flights to CHS during the travel window of December 2021-September 2022. You could be experiencing that Southern charm of Charleston soon.

Featured image by Susanne Neumann/Getty Images.

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