Find flight duration times from Auburn to Oklahoma City, compare live flight prices and book your tickets.
There are a number of airports nearby that fly to Oklahoma City: Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA), Seattle Boeing Field (BFI), Everett Paine Field (PAE), Bellingham International Airport (BLI) and Portland International Airport (PDX).
Oklahoma City has 1 airport: Oklahoma City Will Rogers World Airport (OKC)
If you don't fancy flying from Oklahoma City there are a number of airports nearby that fly to Auburn: Tulsa International Airport (TUL), Wichita Mid-Continent Airport (ICT), Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL), Bentonville Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport (XNA), Amarillo Rick Husband International Airport (AMA) and Springfield Branson National Airport (SGF).
On average, the flight time from Auburn to Oklahoma City is 3 hours 46 minutes. But remember, flight times can vary slightly depending on weather conditions, flight path and congestion in the air.
This means that your flight from Auburn to Oklahoma City could be longer or shorter than the average flight time.
The distance between Auburn and Oklahoma City is 1,510 miles or 2,430 km.
The shortest flight time from Auburn to Oklahoma City is 3 hours 46 minutes. However, flight times can vary depending on weather conditions, air congestion and flight path, so this time is never guaranteed.
The average flight time from Auburn to Oklahoma City is 3 hours 46 minutes. Check ticket prices and review carrier requirements carefully before booking your trip.