The Oklahoma City Department of Airports is comprised of three airports: Will Rogers World Airport, Wiley Post Airport and Clarence E. Page Airport.

The airports are owned by the City of Oklahoma City and leased to the Oklahoma City Airport Trust, which oversees management of the facilities.

Will Rogers World Airport

Five commercial carriers operate at Will Rogers with service to 21 nonstop destinations. Its passenger-friendly terminal handles an average of 150 commercial flights each day, carrying over 3.6 million passengers annually.

Wiley Post Airport

A world-class reliever airport for Will Rogers World Airport, Wiley Post Airport functions as a major center for corporate and business aviation. The airport provides a base for over 480 aircraft in its fully leased hangars. These range from single and twin engine planes to turboprop and jet aircraft. A growing number of licensed pilots consider Wiley Post their airport home, and their activities give the facility a strong community orientation.

Clarence E. Page Airport

Named for another Oklahoma aviation pioneer, this facility has great appeal for grass-roots aviators and the general public. It is home base to a large number of experimental and small general aviation aircraft, as well as a small number of ultra-lights.