2020 Holiday Air Travel:
+ Get the latest info about 2020 Holiday Air Travel at OKC.
+ Pursuant to City Ordinance, all passengers and visitors to WRWA must wear a face covering while they are inside the building. Details about the ordinance are avalable from the City of OKC.
+ All airlines operating at WRWA require face coverings for passengers and visitors throughout the travel process. This includes waiting areas, jet bridges and on the aircraft. Please check with your airline for details.
+ Food/beverage options are still limited due to the impact of COVID-19. All of the following times are subject to change, based on flight schedules:
- The Grill at OKC (Gates 18-20): 6:30a.m. to :30 minutes before last flight
- Tuk Tuk Go (Grab & Go/Coffee) (Gates 12-14): Open for early flights at 5:30a.m., and intermittently, based on flight schedules
+ Retail options are still limited due to the impact of COVID-19. All of the following times are subject to change, based on flight schedules:
- Pops West (Gate 5): 5a.m. to 4p.m.
- InMotion Entertainment (Gate 9): Hours based on flight schedules in west concourse
- Brighton Collectibles (Gate 9): Hours based on flight schedules in west concourse
- Pops East (Gate 20): Hours based on Delta's flight schedule
- CNBC (Gate 14): 5a.m. to 5:30p.m.
What We're Doing
At Will Rogers World Airport, the safety of customers, partners and employees is our top priority. We've provided some information below regarding our response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This information includes not only the steps we're taking, but steps travelers can take that could help keep them healthy while traveling.
What we're doing in the airport:
+ Janitorial staff is working diligently to keep touch points and heavy traffic areas disinfected.
+ Physical and digital signage has been installed throughout the airport to remind passengers/employees how they can help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
+ We're staying closely connected to our partners to receive updates regarding the spread of COVID-19 (OCCHD, OKHealth, OKCEM, City of OKC).
+ Communicating with our airline partners about their needs and helping them to keep their gate areas disinfected.
+ Working with TSA to implement technologies that will help keep the checkpoint and queue safer for passengers.
+ Fully complying with emergency proclamations from the City of Oklahoma City, regarding food service and dining areas in the airport.
What You Can Do
We're trying to do our part to prevent the spread of this infectious disease, but we need your help.
Please adhere to these important practices if you plan to travel:
+ If you are sick, do not fly. This can include colds, flu, "stomach bugs"... anything that could be contagious.
+ Discretionary travel should be avoided. Travel only if it is absolutely necessary.
+ Monitor your flight status closely with your airline. We expect them to make changes to their service.
+ If possible, practice social distancing the entire time you are in the airport. The CDC recommends six feet.
+ Watch this video from the TSA (@TSA) Twitter about health items through the checkpoint.
+ Wash your hands frequently and effectively. Per the CDC, that's 20 full seconds of washing with water and soap.
+ Adhere to CDC tips on how to prevent the spread of respiratory diseases (CDC.gov/COVID19).
+ Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
+ Cover your cough/sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue away.
+ Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
+ Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces.
How You Can Stay Updated
Besides the updates we will continue to provide at the top of this page, below are some resources you can use to stay updated on the spread of COVID-19 and also learn more about the disease:
+ Oklahoma City County Health Department (OCCHD) COVID-19 Site
+ Follow OCCHD on Twitter (@okchealth) and Facebook (@OCCHD)
+ Oklahoma State Dept. of Health (OSDH) COVID-19 Site
+ OSDH COVID-19 Call Center: 877-215-8336
+ Follow OSDH on Twitter (@HealthyOklahoma) and Facebook (@OklahomaHealth)
+ Centers for Disease Control (CDC) COVID-19 Site
+ Follow CDC on Twitter (@CDCgov) and Facebook (@CDC)
+ Oklahoma City Office of Emergency Management (OKCOEM)
+ Follow OKCEM on Twitter (@OKCOEM) and Facebook (@OKCOEM)
+ City of Oklahoma City (City of OKC)
+ Follow City of OKC on Twitter (@cityofokc) and Facebook (@cityofokc)