Stillwater Regional Airport 

When you need to fly, #FlySWO! With direct daily flights to Dallas, free parking, and faster baggage claims, enjoy a stress-free flying experience at the Stillwater Regional Airport! 

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2022 Stats 

  • Serviced 54,608 passengers in or out on American Airlines 

  • 41% increase in passenger growth from 2021

  • Customers include:

    • OSU students, faculty, staff, alumni, fans, and visitors

    • Business travelers

    • Event coordinators, speakers, and attendees

  • SWO averages more than 80,000 aircraft operations annually and is ranked as the fourth busiest airport in Oklahoma

  • The primary runway and parking apron routinely handle charter aircraft as large as the Boeing 737-900

  • SWO has recently purchased a new Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF) truck, upgraded Snow and Ice Removal Equipment, and upgraded their fuel farm

  • In November 2022, SWO introduced an “Upgraded Experience” with larger aircraft offering more seats, first/business class, and in-flight wifi/entertainment. SWO also partnered with Visit Stillwater to offer a premium coffee bar, a free perk for all passengers that FlySWO.

  • SWO sold a record-breaking 532,000 gallons of aviation fuel in 2022

  • SWO is completing a multi-year aircraft parking apron expansion and airfield electrical upgrade project

  • SWO is currently in the siting and design phase of planning for a new commercial terminal and new air traffic control tower

  • In April of 2022, SWO completed its annual Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Safety Inspection and passed with zero discrepancies, the highest rating a commercial airport can receive. “To have a perfect inspection is rare with less than 15% of the airports nationwide receiving this outcome.”

  • The Flying Aggies are a student flying club at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater. The purpose of the club is to encourage interest in aviation, to provide safe and economical flying for its members, and to advance the knowledge of the membership in aeronautical and related subjects.

  • According to a 2017 Economic Impact Study conducted by the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission, Stillwater’s airport has a local economic impact of

    • more than $70 million annually; and,

    • either directly or indirectly contributes to 663 jobs in the community.