Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, all regular services and hours may be subject to change. Thus, if the idea is to spend the night in the public area, consider a plan B in case the stay inside the airport is only allowed for those who are close to boarding.
Spending the night at the airport
Tulsa airport operates with many flights and connections inside the United States, so movement is usually constant. Layover passengers will have to remain in the public area once the security control closes for the night.
Where to rest: Although the terminal is small, there are lots of large and comfortable seats to rest. Particularly, in the baggage reclaim area and next to the car rental sector there are benches without armrests. There is a VIP lounge, but it is only available for the military. On the other hand, many hotels in the vicinity provide shuttle services to their facilities.
Baggage: There are no left-luggage offices. This means you will have to keep your baggage with you until check-in.
Eating and drinking: Shops close at night, but there are vending machines throughout the enclosure. In addition, next to concourse A there are microwaves.
Wi-Fi: Free and unlimited.
Other services open around the clock: ATMs, nursing room, children's play areas.
The Hilton Garden Inn Tulsa Airport and Clarion Inn Tulsa International Airport are found next to the airport's entrance. Other options nearby include:
Townhouse Tulsa Airport & Fairgrounds (4.2 km/2.6 miles)
Super 8 by Wyndham Tulsa/Arpt/St Fairgrounds (4.2 km/2.6 miles)
Hotel Tulsa N Sheridan Rd & Airport (4.2 km/2.6 miles)
La Quinta by Wyndham Tulsa Airport / Expo Square (4.2 km/2.6 miles)
Hotel Tulsa Airport Memorial Drive (4.2 km/2.6 miles)