Will Rogers World Airport (KOKC)
Will Rogers World Airport is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The airport’s name comes from Will Rogers, a cowboy and comedian who was originally from Oklahoma. Will Rogers was killed in a plane crash in 1935 near Utqiagvik, Alaska along with Wiley Post, after whom Oklahoma City’s other major airport is named. The Will Rogers World Airport is the only airport to have “world” in its name.
Will Rogers World Airport Aircraft Operations
42% of all air traffic at Will Rogers World Airport is commercial and 34% is military. The airport is available for general aviation as well, which comprises 15% of the total aircraft operations. Most of that general aviation traffic is transient, as less than 1% of the total flights at the airport are local general aviation. The remaining 9% of the airport's aircraft operations belong to air taxis.
Will Rogers World Airport Aircraft
There are 77 aircraft that are based at Will Rogers World Airport. Of these, 28 are jets, 21 are multi-engine aircraft, and 6 are single-engine airplanes. On top of that, there are 9 helicopters and 13 military aircraft.
Private Jets That Can Land at Will Rogers World Airport
Because the airport is primarily a commercial airport, large aircraft can use the two larger runways. There are two smaller aircraft that can use the smaller runways that aren’t large enough to accommodate the larger sizes of jets.