Airports in Oklahoma

Oklahoma state currently has only 4 airports with scheduled daily flights, with Oklahoma City Airport and Tulsa Airport handling the majority of traffic. As for the remaining two, American Eagle is the only carrier operating at them. Since some passengers may choose to fly into airport in other state when traveling to Oklahoma, we’ve included a table of airports in other, nearby states. Make sure to check the map of Oklahoma airports at the end of the post.

List of airports

Will Rogers World Airport – IATA Code – OKC (~ 4 M Passengers)

Will Rogers Airport or Oklahoma City Airport is a small-hub US airport serving the greater Oklahoma City area. Located 8 km NW of the city center, it serves domestic routes, mostly via Southwest Airlines. The Embark public bus system has buses departing from the airport regularly. There are also vans, shuttles and taxis as an alternative.

Tulsa International Airport – IATA Code – TUL (~ 3 M Passengers)

Tulsa Airport is Oklahoma’s second largest airport. All the major US airlines have year round flights to Tulsa. Statistically, Dallas leads the way as the top connected destination. Apart from Tulsa, the airport is convenient when traveling to nearby locations, such as Broken Arrow and Muskogee.

Lawton–Fort Sill Regional Airport – IATA Code – LAW

  • Nearby city(s): Lawton (3.5 km)
  • Airline(s): American Eagle

Stillwater Regional Airport – IATA Code – SWO

  • Nearby city(s): Stillwater (5 km)
  • Airline(s): American Eagle

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Oklahoma Airports Map