Tulsa, OK Airports & Charter Routes

Private Jet Tulsa, OK

The auspicious oil industry has resulted in a boom of modernization for Tulsa, Oklahoma, resulting in a historic downtown that is rich in southern flavor. Famous landmarks can be found all over the city, each carrying a piece of the city’s origin story. Stunning influences of Deco design characterize the buildings and style of the city with plenty of parks and museums that reflect the unique atmosphere this city creates. Charter a private jet to Tulsa, Oklahoma, and experience a seamless mixture of history and modernization that is like no other in this region.

Indulge in a shopping spree at Utica Square, where mainstream luxury shopping meets local boutiques and traditional favorites. Many cafes are scattered in Utica Square as well as several restaurants that can satisfy a craving for any kind of food. Enjoy a glass of wine alongside a grand dinner to end your exhausting day of shopping.

A perfect example of Tulsa’s public modernity can be admired and enjoyed at Gathering Place located on the East Bank of the Arkansas River. This public space is a combination of local-favorite playgrounds and nature park activities like zip-lining, mazes, rope courses, and botanical gardens.

Reaching over one hundred acres of Tulsa’s natural habitat, Gathering Place offers many more adventures for a day of family fun on the river, whether it be a relaxing boat day or kayak trip. Time your visit right and you can also enjoy a concert at this stunning venue. Charter a private flight to Tulsa and enjoy this one of a kind natural park with all of its unique offerings.

For a taste of Tulsa’s Native American cultural influence and midwestern style, visit Tulsa’s Gilcrease Museum and walk through the evolution of the natural scene in Oklahoma as well as many indoor artifacts and art pieces. This museum does not display a traditional setup, rather it boasts a unique outdoor exhibit that includes many trails and gardens that each represent a period in Tulsa’s history using native plants and statues. The largest display of artwork from the American West is displayed inside this museum, with many works by Remington and Reynold.

At day’s end make your way over to the Blue Dome district in search of a thriving nightlife where there is always activity. This newly renovated town is decorated with vibrant murals, fantastic eateries, and busy bars attracting both locals and visitors. From pop up shops to street performances, there is always something to see or do in this town besides Route 66.

Private Jet Airports in Tulsa, Oklahoma

  • Tulsa International Airport (KTUL / TUL) — Only five miles from the central business district, this facility is also home to the Tulsa Air and Space Museum.
  • Richard Lloyd Jones Jr. Airport (KRVS / RVS) — This was once Oklahoma’s busiest airport and ranked fourth among all general aviation facilities in the nation.
  • Bartlesville Municipal Airport (KBVO / BVO) — Only one miles from downtown, it specializes in general aviation.

Popular Private Jet Charters to Tulsa, OK

Charter Pricing

Cost to charter a private jet to Tulsa, OK

The cost to charter a private jet can range widely, and is based mostly on flight time and the type of aircraft. A charter flight from Dallas to Tulsa, OK will cost $5,000 or more in a Executive Turboprop, for example.

Here are some target prices for private jet charter flights to/from Tulsa, OK that we aim to offer our clients:

To/From Location Target Price (One-Way) Aircraft Type Max Passengers
Dallas$5,000Executive Turboprop4-9
Atlanta$10,500Light Jet6-8
San Antonio$6,500Executive Turboprop4-9
Destin$14,000Supermidsize Jet8-10

Travel Guide

Luxury Hotels in Tulsa, Oklahoma

  • The Mayo Hotel
  • Hyatt Regency Tulsa
  • Tulsa Club Hotel
  • Ambassador Hotel Tulsa
  • Hardrock Hotel and Casino Tulsa

Restaurants in Tulsa, Oklahoma

  • Juniper
  • Mahogany Prime Steakhouse
  • Villa Ravenna Fine Dining
  • The Chalkboard
  • Polo Grill

Arts, Culture, and Sights of Tulsa, Oklahoma

  • Gathering Place
  • Gilcrease Museum
  • Blue Dome District
  • Utica Square
  • Philbrook Museum of Art

Weather in Tulsa, OK

The summer climate in Tulsa is hot, with temperatures regularly in the 80s. July is the warmest month of the year, with an average maximum temperature of 93.8 degrees Fahrenheit. Winters are very cold, often in the 30s, and the coldest month is January, at an average minimum temperature of 26.3 degrees. Tulsa has an annual average precipitation of 42.42 inches, and May, the wettest month, has an average rainfall of 6.11 inches.