Will Rogers World Airport

Oklahoma News
9:06 am
Tue March 4, 2014

Oklahoma City Airport Lands New Flights To North Carolina

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New nonstop flights to Charlotte, N.C., are coming this summer to Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City.

The new service will be operated by US Airways Express and regional partner Mesa Airlines. US Airways merged with American Airlines in December, forming American Airlines Group Inc.

The airlines say the new flights will begin July 2. The service includes two departures and two arrivals daily to and from Charlotte. The Bombardier CRJ-900 aircraft seats up to 70 passengers and includes nine first-class seats.

Flights will be open for sale beginning Saturday.

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Will Rogers World Airport
1:30 pm
Fri July 5, 2013

Smoking Ban Coming to OKC Airport

Smoking will only be allowed outside at Oklahoma City's Will Rogers World Airport starting Sept. 1.
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The last refuge for smokers at Will Rogers World Airport is slated to close this year.

The Oklahoman reports the Oklahoma City Airport Trust voted unanimously last week to shut down the smoking room at the airport on September 1st.

Airport spokeswoman Karen Carney says the smoking lounge sparked complaints from travelers as well as airport workers.

After the lounge is closed, smokers at the airport will have to go outside.

Smoking at Will Rogers also is banned up to 175 feet away from the entrance areas.

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