Tulsa Airport Reviews


Tulsa Airport Reviews

Tulsa International Airport (IATA: TUL, ICAO: KTUL, FAA LID: TUL) is a city-owned civil-military airport five miles (8 km) northeast of downtown Tulsa, in Tulsa County, Oklahoma, United States. It was named Tulsa Municipal Airport when the city acquired it in 1929. It got its present name in 1963.

The Tulsa Airport is the global maintenance headquarters for American Airlines. The 138th Fighter Wing of the Air National Guard is based at the co-located Tulsa Air National Guard Base.

Tulsa International Airport has two passenger concourses (A and B). As of June 2013, Tulsa Airport offers non-stop flights to 19 domestic airports in 16 domestic cities. The airport consists of a central terminal which is connected to either Concourse A or Concourse B.

The Tulsa Air and Space Museum is on the northwest side of the airport.


ATMs / Cash Machines – Locations: near the security checkpoint and ticketing lobby (landside) and in the A & B concourses (airside).
Business Center – Location: Concourse B, Airside.
Car Rentals – Alamo • Avis • Budget • Dollar • Enterprise • Hertz • National • Thrifty. Location: Landside.
Chapel: Location: Concourse B Baggage Claim Area, on the upper level (landside)
Children’s Play Area: Location: Landside
Currency Exchange – not available
Food / Restaurants – At the time of this update there were no 24-hour food and beverage concessions at the airport. Vending machines are located in each meeter and greeting waiting area at each concourse exit, on Concourse A near gate 27 and Concourse B near Gate B1.
Information Desk – info not available
Luggage Storage / Lockers – not available
Massages: Locations: Landside and Airside at various locations in the airport.
Showers – not available
Internet: Free WiFi is available at the Tulsa Airport.

Airport opening hours:
Open 24 hours

Tulsa Airport Official Website

Tulsa Airport Map

Tulsa Airport Weather Forecast

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