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CityCodeAirport Name
Enid WDG       Enid Woodring Regional
Oklahoma City OKC WRWA Will Rogers World Airport
Ponca City PNC Ponca City Regional
Tulsa TUL Tulsa International

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Amarillo TX AMA Amarillo International
Dallas Ft Worth DFW Dallas Ft Worth Int'l
Dallas TX DAL Dallas Love Field
Denver DEN Denver International
Dodge City KS DDC       Dodge City Regional
Fayetteville AR XNA Northwest Arkansas Reg'l
Ft Smith AR FSM Ft Smith Regional
Liberal KS LBL Liberal Municipal
Northwest Arkansas XNA Northwest Arkansas Reg'l
Texarkana AR TXK Texarkana Reg'l Airport
Wichita KS ICT Wichita Mid-Continent
Wichita Falls TX SPS Wichita Falls Municipal


There are many airports in Oklahoma. However, not all Oklahoma airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports.

Oklahoma is a state in the United States situated in the Southern Great Plains and Eastern Woodlands regions. The state's name comes from the Choctaw words okla meaning people and humma meaning red, literally meaning "red people."

Oklahoma is a state with a rich history, including its days as a frontier state, it being a destination of recently freed slaves looking for opportunity and equality, and being at the heart of the oil boom in the early 20th Century. Oklahoma is the third largest natural gas-producing state in the nation.

Most notably, Oklahoma has the nation's second largest Native American population. In honor of its large Native American population, and for tourism purposes, Oklahoma is called "Native America." Oklahoma's early history is forever tied to the Trail of Tears, which was the forced removal of the Five Civilized Tribes from the southeastern United States to present-day Oklahoma.

Forests cover approximately one quarter of Oklahoma's land area. Oklahoma’s wetter and more mountainous eastern third is home to oak, hickory and pine forests, as well as the ancient Ouachita Mountains and the Western Ozark Mountains and their foothills. This area, often called Green Country is anchored economically and culturally by the Tulsa Metropolitan Area. The state's largest lakes and more than half of its state parks and recreational areas are found in this area.

Central Oklahoma, anchored by the Oklahoma City area, is a less forested region. This region is occupied by intermittent breaks between true prairie and oak forests. In western Oklahoma, terrain indicative of the American Southwest brings mesas and small mountain ranges, to mesh with semi-arid plains. (airports)

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