Will Rogers World Airport (IATA: OKC, ICAO: KOKC, FAA LID: OKC), a. k. a. Will Rogers Airport or simply Will Rogers, is an American passenger airport in Oklahoma City located about 6 miles (10 km) Southwest of downtown Oklahoma City. It is a civil-military airport on 8,081 acres (3,270 ha) of land. Although the official IATA and ICAO airport codes for Will Rogers World Airport are OKC and KOKC, it is common practice to refer to it as ‘WRWA’ or ‘Will Rogers’. The airport is named for comedian and legendary cowboy Will Rogers, an Oklahoma native who died in an airplane crash near Barrow, Alaska in 1935. The city’s other major airport, Wiley Post Airport, along with the Wiley Post Will Rogers Memorial Airport in Barrow, Alaska, are named for Wiley Post, who also died in the same crash. Will Rogers World Airport is the only airport to use ‘World’ in its designation. Although Will Rogers offers U. S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) services for customs and immigration, there are currently no scheduled international flights. Will Rogers World Airport is the busiest commercial airport in the state of Oklahoma. In 2019, the airport handled nearly 4. 42 million passengers, marking the busiest year on record three years in a row. Southwest Airlines carries the most passengers at Will Rogers World Airport, with a market share of nearly 38% as of December 2018.
|Contact Number:||+1 405-316-3200|
|Airport Address:||7100 Terminal Dr, Oklahoma City, OK 73159, United States|