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Cheap flights to Oklahoma

Oklahoma is a state in the Great Plains region, located in the South Central United States. The region is situated on a confluence of three major American cultural regions and has historically served as a route for cattle drives, a terminus for southern settlers, and a government-sanctioned territory for Native Americans. Its capital and largest city is Oklahoma City, while its largest metro is Oklahoma City-Shawnee. The official languages spoken are English and Cherokee, the latter within Cherokee Nation and UKB. The state experiences occasional extremes of temperature and precipitation.

What to see & do

Having a high rate of English, Scotch-Irish, German, and Native American ancestry, not to mention, linguistic diversity, Oklahoma’s hospitable people pride themselves with their rich culture and heritage. There are plenty of places to check out and a lot of interesting cultural sites to visit within Oklahoma, not to mention, plenty of things to learn. Check out Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, one of the state capital’s most visible attractions and can be visited anytime – day and night – for free. A Memorial Museum is located right next door. There’s also Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Indiahoma, which serves as home to more than 50 mammal, 240 bird, 64 reptile and amphibian, 36 fish, and 806 plant species. The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is also worth visiting. See the world’s largest collection in Gilcrease Museum. Enjoy a scenic drive on Talimena Drive, along the ridge of the Ouachita Mountains and the Ouachita National Forest. If you fancy futuristic architecture, visit Oral Roberts University in Tulsa to see one of the nation’s largest collections of it. Watch a ballet concert, attend a jazz gig/concert, and if you’re lucky, you might just be in time to watch the Oklahoma City's Festival of the Arts, of the country’s top fine arts festivals.

How to get around within Oklahoma

The state’s transportation has an anchor system of Interstate Highways, intercity rail lines, airports, inland ports, and mass transit networks. Visitors can drive around as much as they please, with Oklahoma’s 12,000-mile stretch of road – the longest drivable stretch of Route 66 in the country. Getting around by train (interstate or otherwise) is also possible, via Amtrak's Heartland Flyer, which is also the only regional passenger rail line, beginning in Oklahoma City and terminating in Fort Worth, Texas. There are also two inland ports that serve the state: the Port of Muskogee and the Tulsa Port of Catoosa.

How to get there

Oklahoma is served by two major state airports, Will Rogers World Airport (Oklahoma City) and Tulsa International Airport (Tulsa), which operate both domestic and international air travel. There are also other minor airports with limited domestic transport situated in Lawton and Ponca City. Will Rogers World Airport, the larger of the two, is served by Alaska Airlines operated by SkyWest Airlines, Allegiant Air, American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, United Express, and US Airways Express, which fly to and from Dallas/Fort Worth, Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, Chicago–O’Hare, San Francisco, and Washington–Dulles, among others. Tulsa International Airport, on the other hand, is served by Allegiant Air, American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, Southwest Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, United Airlines, United Express, and US Airways Express, which fly to and from Las Vegas, Orlando/Sanford, Chicago-O'Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, Miami, Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Salt Lake City, Denver, Houston-Hobby, Phoenix, St. Louis, and Charlotte, among others.

Flights to Oklahoma

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