News Listings for Tulsa International

  • ANALYSIS: American and US Airways prepare to merge maintenance

    News | 01 Apr 2013 20:36 | Kristin Majcher

    Now that American Airlines and US Airways have received a bankruptcy court's approval to go forward with a merger to create the world's largest airline,...
  • United to cancel seven domestic routes from April

    News | 08 Jan 2013 18:42 | Edward Russell

    <p>United Airlines will cancel at least seven domestic routes from April, as it pares back capacity by about 1% this year.</p><p>The Chicago-based Star Alliance...
  • Southwest and Volaris expand cities covered under their partnership

    News | 05 May 2011 22:19 | Lori Ranson

    <p>Mexican low cost carrier Volaris and Southwest Airlines have more than doubled the number of connecting markets offered under their partnership launched...
  • Lynx to link Tulsa with Denver

    News | 03 Jun 2009 20:10 | Megan Kuhn

    <p>Frontier Airlines will begin twice-daily service to Oklahoma's Tulsa International airport from its Denver hub on 2 August.</p><p>Carrier subsidiary Lynx...
  • Oklahoma start-up secures financing, plans DOT filing

    News | 29 Dec 2000 20:20 | Brendan Sobie

    <BODY LINK="#0000ff" VLINK="#800080"> <P>Having secured $30 million in financing, Oklahoma-based start-up Great Plains Airlines plans to apply for US operating authority early next year.<u1:p></u1:p></P> <P>With the debt and cash needed for launch in hand, the carrier has begun negotiating lease deals for between two and four 50-seat regional jet aircraft manufactured by either Bombardier or Embraer, according to chief executive Jim Swartz. He says the carrier hopes to begin leasing the aircraft "as soon as possible" to fulfill plans to begin select point-to-point service from Tulsa, Oklahoma, in June.<u1:p></u1:p></P> <P>The carrier initially plans to serve New York and Washington, two destinations currently not served non-stop from Tulsa, with continuing service to Oklahoma City. Great Plains envisions also introducing non-stop service from Oklahoma City in the near future as well as adding flights to other business centers throughout the USA. <u1:p></u1:p></P> <P>Led by a grou
  • Mercury acquires Tulsa and Charleston FBOs

    News | 07 Oct 1999 18:21 | Mary Kirby

    <BODY LINK="#0000ff" VLINK="#800080"> <P>Mercury Air Group subsidiary Mercury Air Centers is expanding its US fixed base operations (FBOs) by acquiring FBO sites in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Charleston, South Carolina.</P> <P>A nationwide provider of airline fueling and cargo services, Mercury has agreed to acquire MillionAir Tulsa (otherwise known as Air Tulsa), an FBO located at Tulsa International Airport.</P> <P>In a separate transaction, Mercury has completed its purchase of Charleston Equities, which includes the New Charleston Aviation FBO at Charleston International Airport.</P> <P>Mercury says its acquisition of Air Tulsa - which has operated as the contracted fueler for the Tulsa Airline Fuel Consortium and a provider of aircraft services for commercial fuel pumped at Tulsa International - includes the company's terminal facilities, several hangars and three fuel farms.</P> <P>Mercury Air Group's president and CEO, Joseph A. Czyzyk, explains that Tulsa is a "natural fit" to