Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) has launched a new Airport Museum to commemorate the airport’s contributions to the region’s economy.

GSP opened its doors in November 1962, ushering in a new age of jet service for South Carolina’s Upstate region.

The museum displays include never-before-seen images, videos, and first-hand stories of the airport’s development and the introduction of many aviation breakthroughs that are now considered common at airports all over the world.

“As we approach sixty years of service, we want to tell the story of GSP’s transformation from a regional jetport to an international airport and the inspired vision of its founders that made the airport possible,” said Dave Edwards, President, and CEO of the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District. “The museum gives passengers a glimpse of the intertwined history of the airport and the Upstate community and celebrates one of the most unique airports in the nation.”

The museum is open 24 hours a day to all GSP departing and arriving passengers.

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