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Flying into Beautiful Tulsa

Tulsa, once known as the "Oil Capital of the World," has experienced a renaissance over the past decade, with public and private investments leading to a revitalized arts district, new apartments, and new park space. Looking for a reason to come to Tulsa? The vibrant downtown presents restaurants and entertainment options for visitors. 
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What information do I need before booking a flight to Tulsa? 

Tulsa is served by two airports: Tulsa International Airport (TUL) and Richard Lloyd Jones Jr. Airport (RVS). The Richard Lloyd Airport is a relief airport with limited facilities, however, so take this into account when booking your flight. Tulsa International offers non-stop flights to 20 airports across the domestic United States. The primary airlines serviced are American Airlines, Delta, US Airways, United, Southwest, and Allegiant. Tickets average between $200 and $500. Early evening is the best time to arrive as it tends to be less busy. 

How do I get to and from Tulsa International Airport?

Tulsa Transit buses are available just outside baggage claim. Private shuttle options are also available via Pelivan Transit, the Oklahoma State University Shuttle, CityRide, or Cimarron Public Transit System. Prices and availability vary. Car rental operators Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, Payless and Thrifty provide rental services from the airport, with downtown Tulsa only a short drive away. The average cost of a medium-size car is $50 per day. Taxis are available curbside; a trip to downtown Tulsa costs approximately $20. 

Are there hotel options if I arrive late or leave early?

There are two hotels available at Tulsa International Airport: the Hilton Garden Inn* and the Clarion Inn Tulsa International Airport*.There are no dedicated airport hotels within Richard Lloyd Jones Jr. Airport, but it is a short distance from downtown Tulsa by taxi. 

What amenities does Tulsa International Airport have?

Amenities available include ATMs, a business center, an interfaith chapel, conference rooms, flower vending machines, luggage carts, mail services, retail stores, and wireless Internet. A number of dining options are available, ranging from Starbucks and Quizno's to T.G.I. Friday's and Home Team Sports Bar and Grill. 

Anything else I should know?  

The airport is accessible 24 hours a day, though access to amenities and ticketing counters varies. The Tulsa Airports website provides up-to-date information. 

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