Non-stop flights from Tulsa International Airport
Source: TIA Website
Tulsa International Airport (TUL)
Tulsa International Airport (TUL) is located only 45 minutes south of Bartlesville, on US Highway 75. From this regional hub, passengers can get to 95% of the Unites States’ population within 2-1/2 hours. Over 180 scheduled flights depart and arrive daily from the airport, with 82 non-stop flights to 15 major airports.
|Non-stop Flights From Tulsa International Airport|
|Dallas Love (DAL)||X|
|Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW)||X|
|Houston Hobby (HOU)||X|
|Houston Intercontinental (IAH)|
|Los Angeles (LAX)||X|
|Las Vegas (LAS)||X|
|Salt Lake City (SLC)||X|
|St. Louis (STL)||X|
|Washington, D.C. - Dulles||X|
|For more information about Tulsa International Airport, go to http://www.tulsaairports.com/.|
Bartlesville Municipal Airport (BVO)
Bartlesville Municipal Airport (BVO) is located on the west edge of the city, bordering Sunset Industrial Park and only 15 minutes from both the City of Bartlesville and Dewey. ConocoPhillips leases and operates the airport.
Quick Facts about Bartlesville Municipal Airport:
- 6,200 ft. concrete runway
- Equipped with MIRL, PAPI, REIL, and MALS lights
- 100LL and JetA fuel available on site
- Attended 7 days a week
- Accommodates corporate aircraft
Quick Facts about Motor Freight:
- Central location for major distribution centers
- US Highways 60 (east/west) and 75 (north/south)
- 20 Minutes to US 169
- 40 Minutes to I-44 & US Hwy 412
- One hour 20 minutes to I-35
- One hour 30 minutes to I-40
Oklahoma Rail Map
Short line carriers – South Kansas Oklahoma Line (SKOL) and Southeast Kansas Rail (SEK) - maintain interchanges with Union Pacific; Burlington Northern; Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe; Southern Pacific; Kansas City Southern; and Missouri and Northern Arkansas. SKOL is a Class II rail carrier, interchanging with most Class I rail carriers.
Eastern U.S. Waterways Map
Tulsa Port of Catoosa
A port in Oklahoma? That’s right. The Tulsa Port of Catoosa is one of the largest, most inland river-ports in the United States. Located at the head of navigation for the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System in Northeast Oklahoma, the Tulsa Port of Catoosa offers year-round, ice-free barge service with river flow levels controlled by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. And with worldwide access capabilities, your products can travel easily and efficiently from America's heartland to the rest of the globe. The Port has its own 13-mile railroad with a direct connection to the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway. And the South Kansas-Oklahoma Line (SKOL), a short-line railroad that comes right through Bartlesville, connects the Port with the Union Pacific (UP) in Coffeyville, Kansas.
Quick Facts about the Tulsa port of Catoosa:
- Tulsa Port of Catoosa is 50 miles from Bartlesville
- Head of navigation for the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System.
- 445-mile waterway linking Oklahoma and the surrounding five-state area with the Mississippi River and ports on the U. S. inland waterway system. Foreign ports are reached via New Orleans and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway System.
- Year round service - ice free
- Foreign trade zone 53
- 2000 acre industrial park
- Minimum depth is 9 ft.
- Minimum width varies from 150 ft. to 300 ft.
- Two turning basins - North is 400 ft. wide by 500 ft. long; South is 500 ft. wide by 600 ft. long.
- The Port has its own 13-mile railroad with a direct connection to the BNSF.
- The South Kansas-Oklahoma Line (SKOL), a short-line railroad that comes right through Bartlesville, connects the Port with the UPSP in Coffeyville, KS.
- 5 miles from I-44
- 7 Miles from Tulsa International Airport
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