Oklahoma City, OK Airport Information
Will Rogers World Airport (OKC)
Distance: 10 miles
Approximate taxi fare: $27 USD
Located just five miles outside of downtown, Will Rogers World Airport serves more than 3.5 million passengers every year, making it Oklahoma's busiest airport. The airport provides non-stop service to over 15 coast-to-coast destinations, with an average of 85 daily departures. Its single two-level terminal has shops, restaurants and 18 gates on the second floor and baggage claim and transportation services on the ground floor.
The Will Rogers World Airport recently underwent a $110 million renovation and expansion, which increased its terminal size by 70 percent to 600,000 square feet. Built of native stone, the new terminal boasts improved retail and concession areas and one continuous concourse intended to reduce terminal congestion. The airport also features a new all-weather tunnel walkway connecting the garage to the terminal.
The airport features a variety of amenities, including restaurants, banks, gift shops and about 5,500 parking spaces. Plans are in the works for a new parking facility to increase current parking spaces by 40 percent. The airport offers one free hour of parking in the parking garage; each additional hour costs $1. Daily parking is $23 per day, while long-term parking is $5 per day and $25 per week.
Airline carriers serving Will Rogers World Airport
- American/American Eagle
- Delta Connection/Comair
- United/United Express
Oklahoma City, OK Train Information
Oklahoma City Amtrak Station
The Oklahoma City Amtrak station is located in the historic Santa Fe Depot in the city's Bricktown district. Servicing the Heartland Flyer route, Amtrak trains run daily between Oklahoma City and Fort Worth, with connections at Fort Worth to Dallas, Chicago and San Antonio via the Texas Eagle route. The station is open daily from 7:30 to 8:45 AM and from 9 to 11 PM.
Oklahoma City, OK Public Transportation
Oklahoma City Metro Transit Bus Line
Oklahoma City's Metro Transit buses operate along 25 interconnecting routes throughout a 465-square-mile metropolitan service area. The fleet of 99 clean, efficient vehicles runs daily from 5:30 AM to 7:30 PM. Regular fare for youths ages 6-17 is $0.60 per ride and regular fare for adults is $1.25 per ride. Express route fare is $1.10 for youths and $2.25 for adults. Children under 6 ride free.
Oklahoma City Metro Transit Trolley Service
Oklahoma City's trolley service operates among three color-coded lines - red, blue and orange. The red and blue lines service the downtown region, while the orange line services the I-40/Meridian Corridor area. All three trolley lines provide direct service to the Cox Business Services Convention Center.
The blue line runs every 20 minutes Monday through Wednesday from 10 AM to 8 PM and Thursday through Saturday from 10 AM to 11 AM. The red line runs every 15 minutes Monday through Friday from 11 AM to 2 PM. The orange line runs every hour Monday through Wednesday from 11:30 AM to 8 PM and Thursday through Saturday from 11:30 AM to 11 PM.
Red and blue trolley fares are $0.10 for children ages 6-17 and $0.25 for adults. Orange trolley fare is $0.50 for children and $1 for adults. Children under 6 ride free. A one-day trolley pass can be purchased for $2 per person; a three-day trolley pass is $3 per person.
Advantage, Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise and Hertz are among the rental car companies represented at the Will Rogers World Airport. Agency counters are located in the baggage claim area on the terminal ground floor.
Visitors to Oklahoma City can access several taxi companies outside of Will Rogers World Airport's baggage claim area on the ground floor. Visitors should expect to pay about $15 in taxi fare from the airport to downtown Oklahoma City. Taxis can also be hailed on the street in downtown Oklahoma City, or found at hotel taxi stands.