TULSA, Oklahoma -- Passengers flying in and out of Tulsa International Airport this week will just have to deal with temperatures.
The airport has turned off its heat and air in the terminals so that it can get a new more energy efficient system online.
"There will still be air movement," Jeff Hough, Deputy Airport Director For Engineering and Facilities, said. "Just we don't have the ability to regulate the temperature."
It should be back on everywhere except Concourse B next week and everything should be working by the busy Thanksgiving travel time.