July 24, 2017

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin has reappointed Dr. David Conway of Durant, Okla., to the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission until December 31, 2022.  Conway has served on the Commission since 2009 replacing former District 2 Commissioner Mel Stubbings of McAlester.

July 5, 2017

STATEWIDE (JULY 5, 2017) –  Over the open skies of the state, there is an undetectable treasure that most Oklahoman’s are not even aware of.

June 9, 2017

STATEWIDE (June 9, 2017) – Senator Jim Inhofe and director Vic Bird toured four airports within the Oklahoma Airport System on Friday.  The duo along with a report from National Public Radio flew in Inhofe’s Cessna 340 aircraft.     

May 31, 2017

June 26, 2017 

UPDATE: Questions and Answers that have resulted as part of this RFQ:

Q: Who will comprise the selection committee? 
A: OAC staff members, likely a 3 or 4 person committee.

May 1, 2017

OKLAHOMA CITY (May 1, 2017) – The Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission Aviation Education Program will conclude its application acceptance for FY18 on May 31, 2017.  If you conduct a program that is aviation and aerospace minded, f

Director's Desk

Victor Bird has been the Director of the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission since December 2002. Under his leadership, the Commission has partnered with the Federal Aviation Administration to improve the state’s airport planning process, becoming a model for other states around the country. Bird earned his juris doctorate and bachelor’s degree from The University of Tulsa.

Did you know?

Of $66 Million received in Oklahoma since FY2003, $55 Million has been invested in airport infrastructure! In the last 5 years, more than $25 Million has been spent on airport projects!
At any given moment, there are about 61,000 people airborne over the mainland United States. At Chicago-O’Hare Airport, one of the world’s busiest, planes take off or land every 37 seconds. More than 29,000 flights operate from the U.S. alone every day.
The wingspan of the Boeing 747 is longer than the distance of the Wright Brothers’ first flight (more than 120 feet).

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