Tulsa Riverside Airport to formulate long-range vision in master plan
3 Jul 2022
Folks who don’t know much about Tulsa’s secondary airport have begun receiving an education.
The first of three meetings was held this past week to generate master plan input for Tulsa Riverside Airport (location code RVS), which has more takeoffs and landings than any other airport in the state. With close to 187,000 such operations, it was the 53rd busiest airport in the United States in 2021.
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