Oklahoma City has a modern terminal and is the primary commercial airport in the state, with over 200 flights daily. Thirteen airlines offer nonstop service to nearly every major city in the US and the city has international flights to Mexico. The airport is pursuing additional coast-to-coast service as well as direct service to Canada, Europe, Latin America, and Asia.
Will Rogers World Airport(OKC) is currently finishing a major expansion that when complete will totally revamp the rather industrial age "feel" of the original terminal and make an exceptional gateway to the city. The airport will rival the top in the world with an open, friendly, modern venue that relaxes the traveler and welcomes the visitor.
Will Rogers World Airport is located in SW Oklahoma City, take I-40 to I-44 from downtown. Exit onto Airport Road.
If you are planning to fly into central Oklahoma, then Will Rogers Airport is your likely destination. This airport is located about 10 miles southwest of downtown OKC, and is a fairly convenient airport. Unlike most airports in the country, you can be in and out of the security lines here in 10 minutes or so, as they are highly efficient. There are also quite a few places you can fly non-stop from OKC... these places include:
Atlanta - Delta
Baltimore -- Southwest
Chicago O'Hare - American, United
Cincinnati - Delta
Dallas Love Field - Southwest
Dallas/Ft. Worth - American
Denver - Frontier, Southwest, United
Detroit - Northwest
Houston Hobby - Southwest
Houston Intercontinental - Continental
Kansas City - Southwest
Las Vegas - Southwest
Los Angeles - United
Memphis - Northwest
Minneapolis - Northwest
New York Newark - Continental
Phoenix - Southwest
Salt Lake City - Delta
St. Louis - American, Southwest
Washington D.C. - United
Will Rogers World Airport
Here is a photo of the famous orange and white barrel found all over the state, not just in Oklahoma City. Allow yourself time for detours if you visit.
Rent a car while your're here. .