Parking this weekend at the Myrtle Beach International Airport is expected to reach capacity.
The airport has a contingency parking plan in place, using overflow parking spaces to accommodate demand.
"We are asking departing passengers on flights this weekend allow themselves extra time to locate a parking space. Additionally, if departing passengers can arrange for transportation to the airport, it is strongly encouraged," says Michael La Pier, Director of Airports for Horry County Department of Airports.
Beginning May 22, additional parking will be available in front of the old terminal building so the airport can keep up with what is calling "an anticipated strong summer season."