Tulsa Airport Enters Last Phase of Renovations
On Nov. 5, American Airlines passengers were welcomed back into the north end of Concourse A of Tulsa International Airport, after renovations were complete. The project included renovated restrooms, including a newly added family restroom, and new seating with fully integrated power charging stations. The concourse ceilings were raised, and a skylight was added which brings in additional sunlight and decreases the airport’s energy consumption.
The concourse renovation project is part of an overall program to modernize the airport mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems that were over 40 years old.
Project manager Flintco will now begin work on Phase 3 – the renovation of the south end of Concourse A – of the $30.6 million project.
In addition to new gates, Phase 3 will include a new business center and expanded military lounge. The entire concourse is expected to be complete by next summer. At that time, Delta and Allegiant Airlines will join American on Concourse A, while Southwest and United will continue to operate on Concourse B.
The renovation project is funded by passenger facility charges, a $4.50 per ticket fee that is added to every departing ticket sold from .