Oklahoma Airports

As of 2019, there are 40 airports throughout the state of Oklahoma according to IATA and ICAO. Through the table below, you can find name of each airport, its abbreviation, city location, and size. Airports in Oklahoma are listed in alphabetical order. Please note that some airports serve internationally, while the other only serve domestically.

Airports in Oklahoma

List of All Airports in Oklahoma

# Airport Abbreviation Location Size
1 Antlers Airport ATE Antlers, OK Small
2 Bartlesville Airport BVO Bartlesville, OK Small
3 Blackwell Airport BWL Blackwell, OK Small
4 Davis Field MKO Muskogee, OK Small
5 Downtown Airpark DWN Oklahoma City, OK Small
6 Downtown Airport AHD Ardmore, OK Small
7 Eaker Airport DUA Durant, OK Medium
8 Gage Airport GAG Gage, OK Small
9 Guthrie Airport GOK Guthrie, OK Small
10 Guymon Airport GUY Guymon, OK Small
11 Halliburton Airport DUC Duncan, OK Small
12 Hatbox Field HAX Muskogee, OK Small
13 Hobart Airport HBR Hobart, OK Small
14 Hugo Airport HUJ Hugo, OK Small
15 Max Westheimer Airport OUN Norman, OK Medium
16 McAlester Airport MLC McAlester, OK Small
17 Medford Airport MDF Medford, OK Small
18 Miami Airport MIO Miami, OK Small
19 Municipal Airport AXS Altus, OK Small
20 Municipal Airport ADM Ardmore, OK Medium
21 Municipal Airport CHK Chickasha, OK Small
22 Municipal Airport CLK Clinton, OK Small
23 Municipal Airport CUH Cushing, OK Small
24 Municipal Airport ELK Elk City, OK Small
25 Municipal Airport FDR Frederick, OK Medium
26 Municipal Airport LAW Lawton, OK Medium
27 Municipal Airport SNL Shawnee, OK Small
28 Okmulgee Airport OKM Okmulgee, OK Small
29 Ponca City Airport PNC Ponca City, OK Medium
30 Richard Lloyd Jones Airport RVS Tulsa, OK Large
31 Robert S Kerr Airport RKR Poteau, OK Small
32 Searcy Field SWO Stillwater, OK Medium
33 Shangri-La Airport NRI Shangri-La, OK Small
34 Sherman Airport CSM Clinton, OK Medium
35 Stroud Airport SUD Stroud, OK Small
36 Tulsa International Airport TUL Tulsa, OK Large
37 West Woodward Airport WWR Woodward, OK Small
38 Wiley Post Airport PWA Oklahoma City, OK Medium
39 Will Rogers World Airport OKC Oklahoma City, OK Large
40 Woodring Municipal Airport WDG Enid, OK Medium

Oklahoma Overview

Oklahoma has 3.9 million residents (2016). The capital is Oklahoma City.

The Spaniards explored the current territory of Oklahoma, in the 16th century. French and Spaniards disputed that territory until most of the 18th century. The French dominated the region in 1800, which passed to the United States in 1803, by the purchase of the great Louisiana.