Tulsa International Airport launches visitor pass program


Source: Tulsa International Airport

Tulsa International Airport (TUL) is pleased to announce the launch of its new TUL Visitor Pass program, allowing the non-traveling public to secure an online visitor pass that grants access to the post-security side of the terminal. 

This  initiative enables individuals to greet their family and friends at the gate, spend more quality time together during departures, and enjoy the exceptional amenities offered by TUL from a food, beverage, and retail perspective.

The TUL Visitor Pass program was created in response to the growing demand for enhanced airport experiences and aims to provide a convenient and seamless way for non-travelers to access the secure areas of the terminal. Individuals can accompany friends and family through security and enjoy the atmosphere and amenities available post-security.

To obtain a free TUL Visitor Pass, individuals can visit www.flytulsa.com/tulvisitorpass and complete the simple and secure online application up to seven days in advance of use. If approved, visitors will receive the TUL Visitor pass via email, which they will use in conjunction with a TSA approved ID, to proceed through the checkpoint.

“At TUL, we are always looking for ways to enhance the airport experience for passengers and the community,” said Andrew Pierini, executive vice president and chief commercial officer at Tulsa International Airport. “TUL Visitor Pass gives people the ability to meet their loved ones at the gate or extend their goodbyes, as well as enjoy all the amenities TUL has to offer.”

While utilizing the TUL Visitor Pass, it is essential to note that visitors are still subject to the same security regulations as traveling passengers. All information provided during the application process will be run through the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) Secure Flight system to ensure compliance with safety protocols.

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