Tulsa International Airport Terminal Guide
The Tulsa International Airport (TUL), is located less than nine miles from downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma. It is a smaller airport that oversees an average of 170 arriving and departing flights daily.
The Tulsa International Airport Terminal is split into two concourses, A and B. Airlines Delta, American Airlines and Allegiant use Concourse A, while United and Southwest use Concourse B. We’ve compiled a list of things you can do to keep yourself busy while traveling through Tulsa International Airport on business:
Whether you have an extended layover in Tulsa International Airport or you are have a client meeting in Tulsa, there are several transportation options at the airport to help you travel into the city.
- Taxicabs -- Curbside taxicab services is available just outside the baggage claim area.
- Car Rental -- Several car rental providers, including Alamo, Budget, Avis, Dollar, Hertz, Enterprise, National, Thrifty and Payless, service the Tulsa Airport.
- Public Transportation -- The Tulsa Transition system Bus 203 and Bus 318 service the Tulsa International Airport. See website for exact schedule.
Pre-Securing Food and Shopping Options
- Java Dave's -- Java Dave's is located just before the security entrance. It offers a selection of coffee and tea options and pastries.
- Hudson Kiosk -- There is one Hudson Kiosk area located right before the security entrance. Travelers will find everything from snacks and drinks to magazines and books to phone chargers and toothbrushes.
The main terminal at Tulsa International Airport is divided into two concourses. Concourse A is located to the right when walking in the main entrance, and Concourse B is located to the left. Below is a look at the main business-friendly amenities offered by the Tulsa International Airport for those on a business trip to Tulsa or those having a layover in Tulsa.
Free wireless Tulsa International Airport WiFi is available throughout the entire airport, including the main terminal and both Concourse A and Concourse B.
The Corporal Jared M. Shoemaker Military and Veteran's Resource Lounge is the only designated lounge area at the Tulsa International Airport. The lounge is reserved for active members of the United States Armed Forces and veterans. Family members must be escorted into the lounge by an active member of the armed forces or a veteran, or be at the airport to "meet and greet" an active duty member of the military.
The lounge offers seating, TVs, computers and resource information, but no overnight accommodations.
Quick Purchase Spots
The Hudson Kiosks offer many essentials, such as phone charges, magazines, toothbrush, drinks and snacks for the business traveler.
There are three post-security kiosk areas located throughout the Tulsa International Airport, including one just past security towards Concourse B, one in Concourse A near Gate A8 and one in Concourse B near Gate B7. These self-serve kiosks are available 24/7.
- Java Dave's -- This coffee shop offers a variety of tea, coffee and espresso options, as well as a nice selection of pastries. It is located in Concourse A, near Gate A6.
- Topeca Coffee Roasters -- This is a seed-to-cup-style coffee shop that uses coffee beans from El Salvador. It is located right after the security checkpoint towards Concourse B.
- Market Express -- This self-serve kiosk system offers a variety of sandwiches, snack foods and drinks. These vending machines can be found right after the security checkpoint towards Concourse B, in Concourse A between Gate A3 and A5, and in Concourse B near Gate B6.
- Fat Guy's Burger Bar -- The famous Fat Guy's Burger Bar is located right pass security towards Concourse A.
- Tulsa Tap Room / Market Kitchen -- The Tulsa Tap Room is a full service restaurant with table service that offers a complete breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. It is located in Concourse B between Gate B4 and Gate B6.
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