Aviation Education


Everyday at GSP, we experience the skills, talents, and expertise that it requires to operate the airport. Our goal is to create awareness of the Aviation industry and opportunities for aviation education. By partnering with local schools and educational institutions, we hope to inspire the next generation of Aviation professionals.

Aviation Education Opportunities

Airport Tours

Airport tours are a great way to learn more about the airport's history and careers in the aviation industry. Your guide will point out interesting sights and educational facts as your group tours the airport. The tour may also include presentations from the GSP Fire Department and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Tours of Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport are available Tuesdays and Wednesdays between 9-11:30 am or 1-3 pm. 

The tours are offered year-round on a first come, first served basis. A tour is typically one hour and 30 minutes. To schedule a visit, please fill out the tour request form. Please request tours at least 2 weeks in advance. If you have questions you may contact Customer Service Manager Kim Davis by email or call 864.848.6238.

Airport Tour Request Form

Teacher Mini-Grant

In an effort to create awareness of the aviation industry, GSP partnered with Rotary of Spartanburg and Greenville to create the Teacher Mini-Grant pogram. Every school year, a teacher from Greenville County and a teacher from Spartanburg County are chosen to receive a $500 grant to employ aviation and community service in their curriculums. For more information about the program contact Vice President of Communications Rosylin Weston or call 864.848.6256.

Aviation & Transportation Career Day

The Aviation industry offers a plethora of careers to pursue. The goal of the Aviation & Transportation Career Day is to educate students and educators about the many choices they have in these industries. Participants will learn about opportunities in engineering, marketing, finance,horticulture, IT and other fields that are importatnt to aviaiton and transportation.