- Hourly Parking- Located on top level of Garage ($1 / first 30 minutes – $2 / hour – $12 / day max)
- Garage- Covered Parking ($12 / day tax included)
- Economy Parking- Uncovered lot with shuttle service to terminal ($8 / day tax included)
- Valet Parking- temporarily closed due to COVID-19 ($18 / day tax included)
Click here for a printable version of our parking guide and map.
If you have questions about Tulsa International Airport’s onsite parking, please call (918) 838-5466.
COVID-19 Parking Updates
Economy Lot: The Economy Lot is open, and shuttles are running to pick up and drop off passengers at the terminal. Shuttle drivers wear face coverings at all times. Hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes are provided for customers on the shuttle buses, and the shuttle buses are cleaned after each drop off. If you need special assistance, please contact (918) 838-5466.
Garage: The Garage is open and operating normally.
Valet: In an effort to practice responsible social distancing, Tulsa International Airport has temporarily closed Valet parking services. We will not take any new vehicles into the Valet system, and will direct Valet customers to the Garage or Economy Lot until further notice. The TUL parking team will only operate the Valet until the last vehicle has been picked up. If your vehicle is currently in the valet system, your pick up will not be affected.
All Valet Reserved Parkers can contact our parking team to pick up a proxy card, which will allow them unlimited access to the Garage. To receive a proxy card for Garage access, or if you have any questions about your account, please call 918-838-5466.
We apologize for this inconvenience, and we appreciate your cooperation as we take COVID-19 precautions.
Highway Construction Alert via ODOT: Projects will be taking place near the airport, including: improving eight bridges on Oklahoma 11 south of Tulsa International Airport and bridges at the Interstate 244 junction, Pine Street, Memorial Drive and over a nearby railroad line.
Drivers trying to get to the airport are urged to plan ahead for extra travel time throughout the project, which will last until late 2020. To learn more, visit Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s website.