Muskogee offers air service via Muskogee-Davis Field Airport, located four miles south of Muskogee, and Tulsa International Airport, located 45 minutes to the northwest.
Davis Field’s 7,200-foot lighted runway can accommodate the largest aircraft of the corporate and general aviation categories. Built to serve as a Ground Air Support Base for the government, Davis Field Airport has provided services to military and civilian aviation continuously since 1942. Released to the City of Muskogee in 1967, Davis Field has become the hub for general aviation, serving the people and businesses of the Muskogee area. In keeping with its original purpose as a military airport, Davis Field boasts the ability to accommodate all heavy air traffic, including an occasional Lockheed C-5A military transport. The majority of Davis Field traffic is comprised of corporate jets, medium and light twins and single engine aircraft.
Fixed base operator Davis Field Aviation provides complete services including aircraft repair, avionics maintenance and aircraft sales. It is attended from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and open 24 hours with after-hours service available upon request. Fuel services include aviation gasoline and jet fuel.
Located 45 minutes to the northwest of Muskogee, Tulsa International Airport accommodates international air travel and serves more than 5 million passengers and visitors annually. With 12 scheduled passenger carriers and several charter carriers, Tulsa International Airport offers 90 nonstop flights to 18 major airports, with 180 scheduled departures and arrivals daily. From Tulsa International Airport, approximately 95% of the United States population is within a two-and-a-half-hour flight time.