Stillwater Regional Airport


The Stillwater Regional Airport (SWO) has proudly served Stillwater and Payne County since 1943. It offers daily commercial flights to and from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, and it averages more than 80,000 aircraft operations annually, which makes it the fourth busiest airport in Oklahoma. In March 2018, there were 70 aircraft based at this airport, which includes 64 single-engines, 5 multi-engine and 1 helicopter.

According to a 2017 Economic Impact Study conducted by the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission, Stillwater’s airport has a local economic impact of more than $70 million annually and either directly or indirectly contributes to 663 jobs in the community.


Since 2016, SWO has been offering multiple daily arrivals and departures to American Airlines largest hub, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

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The airport covers 1,571 acres (636 ha) at an elevation of 1,000 feet (305 m) above sea level.

  • 17/35 is 7,401 by 100 feet (2,256 x 30 m) concrete
  • 4/22 is 5,004 by 75 feet (1,525 x 23 m) asphalt.

The primary runway and parking apron can handle up to a Boeing 757 or Airbus 321.  SWO routinely receives Boeing 737s and Airbus 320s through Big 12 sports charter service.


The Stillwater Regional Airport is undergoing construction and planning to expand taxiways, rehabilitate runways and expand the apron and the terminal. For more about the projects, visit

Hours of Operations

SWO terminal hours are 5 a.m. until midnight. Stillwater Flight Center provides aircraft line service from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. daily with after-hours service available with proper notification.

The Stillwater Airport’s Air Traffic Control is open from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m.


SWO has a full-time FBO, Stillwater Flight Center, Inc., that offers full-service aircraft fueling and handling. It has a vast fleet to include both single and multi-engine aircraft.

SWO is home to The Oklahoma State University Flight Center, which covers the full spectrum of FAA Airman Certification from private to professional pilot.

It also has an Air Education Command Agreement with the US Air Force and Vance Air Force Base is a frequent user for pilot training operations.


Hangar tenants include the following: Hangar 1 Flight Center, Air Evac Lifeteam, LBR, Inc., Quality Aircraft Maintenance, Stillwater Aircraft Services, TailSpin, LLC, and Blue Line Aviation, LLC.

Currently, we are at capacity for hangar tenants with several on a waiting list; however, there is land that is site-ready for hangar construction.