Oklahoma Private Jet Charters

Most visitors are unaware there are three official languages in Oklahoma. English is main language, but Choctaw and Cherokee are also spoken. It’s a typical Oklahoman response – acknowledging the past, with an eye to future needs. The oil and gas industry dominated the state’s economy for the 20th century. Now, new industries are emerging, including aviation, telecommunications and biotechnology. When Oklahoma joined the union in 1907, they chose a muscular State Motto, “Labor Omnia Vincit”, (“Work conquers all”). There is an energetic passion that drives everything in Oklahoma.

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4 Million


Oklahoma City

State capital

Oil & Natural Gas

Major industry


Miles of beaches

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Oklahoma Destinations

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Search our Oklahoma airport directory for airport codes, runway information, available charter aircraft and FBO Information as well as empty leg jet charters in Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Destinations Oklahoma has more than ten distinct ecological regions, from high plains to low wetlands, and everything in between. Most of the population is centered around Oklahoma City and Tulsa, leaving lots of gorgeous landscape to explore. Top camping and hiking destination: the Ouachita National Forest, the oldest and largest national forest in the Southern U.S. Oklahoma boasts plenty of city activities too! Local museums cover every interest from Aviation History to Woody Guthrie. Be amazed at Max’s Magic Theatre, or meet the wildlife at the Oklahoma Zoo. Hard work may be in the state motto, but they leave plenty of time for play too!

 Things to Do in Oklahoma

The Sooner State works hard and plays hard. Foodies will discover everything from chicken & waffle sandwiches at The Drum Room, to Tex-Mex barbecue at the Redrock Canyon Grill. And each corner of the state boasts its own winery tours. History fans will delight in the Honey Springs Civil War Battlefield State Park in Checotah, or the U.S. Army Artillery Museum in Fort Sill. Looking for thrills? Check out one of the many new casinos that dot the state. Prefer quiet? Rent a kayak and explore the Broken Bow area. Oklahoma is much more than you expect! Other popular places to visit in Oklahoma include:
  • Route 66 Museum, Clinton
  • Family-friendly adventures at Orr Family Farm, Oklahoma City
  • Will Rogers Museum, Claremore
  • Cherokee Heritage Center, Tahlequah
  • Beaches at Lake Texoma, Kingston
  • Stafford Air & Space Museum, Weatherford
  • Roughtail Brewery Tours, Oklahoma City
  • Tulsa Children’s Museum & Discovery Lab, Tulsa
  • Watch the buffalo roam, Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, near Pawhuska
  • Toy and Action Figure Museum, Paul’s Valley

Oklahoma Jet Charter Information

With access to many international, city and regional airports, Stratos Jet Charters can help you plan Oklahoma charter flights to just about any destination to the state. Our friendly, knowledgeable agents can help plan all the details. Whether you’re flying with just a few people, or with a group of 200, we’ll find an aircraft suited to your needs. We have access to more than 5,000 aircraft, including turbo-prop planes, light charter jets and charter airliners. And, of course, we’ll search the private jet charter industry’s network of experienced pilots to get you to your destination efficiently and safely.
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