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| I fly weekly for business, and flew in and out of Greenville-Spartanburg for the last quarter of 2016 and a bit of 2017. It's a small airport, with only one runway, and one long concourse with arbitrary "A" and "B" separation. The major airlines serve GSP, but flights are limited. I mostly flew on American, which only seems to connect via Charlotte - an 80 mile flight. First - being so close to a major hub like CLT caused almost weekly delays, as my flight was often held on the tarmac by CLT air-traffic control, so we could fit into the traffic pattern. I never actually missed my connections in Charlotte, but did have several walk-jogs across the airport to reach my gate while the final groups were boarding. But, GSP itself is nicely maintained, with super-friendly staff. They offered TSA PreCheck when I flew in and out. I got to know the Avis rental-car staff by name, and they'd give me free upgrades. Best of all, if you use GSP, you have to order a tuna melt from the snack counter on the lower level, outside security. They mix the tuna salad from scratch in front of you, and make the best-tasting tuna melt I've ever eaten.