Airports in Oklahoma
There are 149 airports in Oklahoma. Of all the airports in Oklahoma, only the Tulsa International Airport is international airport in Oklahoma, and flies more than 3 million passengers a year. Other major airports in Oklahoma are the Enid Woodring Regional Airport, the Lawton-Fort Sill Regional Airport and Ponca City Regional Airport.
The amenities and services offered by these airports include ATMs, news and gifts shops, various restaurants, retail stores, a chapel, a conference room, massage chairs, shoeshine shops and a hair salon.
The airlines that serve this airport are American Airlines, United Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Delta Airlines, Northwest Airlines, Comair, Southwest Airlines, Champion Airlines, Skywest Airlines and ASA.
The Will Rogers World airport in Oklahoma City is the busiest of all the airports in Oklahoma in terms of commercial passengers who use the airport annually.
Some of the services and amenities provided by this Oklahoma airports include WiFi, shoeshine shops, ATMs, coffee shops, bars, restaurants and retail stores.
|LawtonFort Sill Regional Airport||Lawton||34°34′04″N 098°24′59″W|
|Will Rogers World Airport||Oklahoma City||35°23′35″N 097°36′03″W|
|Tulsa International Airport||Tulsa||36°11′54″N 095°53′17″W|
|Grand Lake Regional Airport||Afton||36°34′39″N 094°51′43″W|
|Cherokee Seaplane Base||Afton||36°35′00″N 094°55′01″W|
|Falconhead Airport||Burneyville||33°55′34″N 097°17′47″W|
|Sam Riggs Airpark||Claremore||36°13′05″N 095°39′07″W|
|McCaslin Airport||Lexington||35°05′32″N 097°20′11″W|
|McGehee Catfish Restaurant Airport||Marietta||33°53′56″N 097°10′14″W|
|Nowata Municipal Airport||Nowata||36°43′15″N 095°37′31″W|
|Sundance Airpark||Oklahoma City||35°36′07″N 097°42′22″W|
|Stilwell/Cherokee Nation Airport||Stilwell||35°45′25″N 094°38′59″W|
|Municipal Airport||Texhoma||36°30′17″N 101°48′44″W|
|Westport Airport||Westport||36°13′17″N 096°20′47″W|
|USA Airports Map|
Last Updated : June 30, 2015