Tulsa International Airport (TUL) provides an efficient, global gateway for business and leisure travelers to and from our region. Air service retention and expansion is a critical component to our regional development plan and essential to support the continued growth of our core industries.
National competition between communities for sustainable, reliable, and convenient air service has never been more intense. As the Tulsa regional economy grows, so does demand for air service. However, we have the ability to stimulate additional nonstop air service based on our existing demand with one simple step – asking our business and leisure travelers to fly from Tulsa International Airport.
Community leaders from all sectors must come together to Fly Tulsa in order to impact meaningful improvements in service. This travel policy guideline is provided to regional employers, local units of government, and business leaders for their consideration in order to implement air service travel policies for their organizations that promote the utilization of TUL as the airport of choice when traveling by air.
Join the over 53 regional organizations that have pledged to Fly Tulsa:
American Restaurant Group
Ameristar Fence Products
Blue Sky Bank
Cancer Treatment Centers of America
CMCi Consultants, Inc.
DoubleTree Hilton Tulsa Warren Place
Frederic Dorwart, Lawyers PLLC
Grogg’s Green Barn
Hillcrest Health System
Ingredion, Tulsa Shared Service Center
Jim Norton Toyota / Jim Norton Chevrolet
Joshi Technologies International, Inc.
Magellan Midstream Holdings
Marshall Brewing Co.
Matrix Service Company
Muscogee (Creek) Nation
Oklahoma Cancer Specialists & Research Institute
Onsite Occupational Screening
Patterson Investments, Inc.
Pelco Structural, LLC
Public Service Company of Oklahoma
Rhodes Hieronymus Jones Tucker & Gable
The First National Bank & Trust Co. of Broken Arrow
Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust
Tulsa Regional Chamber
Tulsa Wealth Advisors
Tulsa World Media Company
Valley National Bank
York Electronic Systems, Inc.