Tulsa International Airport Helps To Keep Travelers Safe By Offering COVID-19 Testing

Friday, December 11th 2020, 5:26 pm

TULSA, Okla. -

Tulsa International Airport will offer COVID-19 testing for travelers starting in January.

It’s a new option for rapid testing for travelers who either need to prove they’re negative to go to Hawaii, or out of the country, or for those returning who just want to know.

TIA officials believe they are the first airport to offer testing with a lab on-site, for results in as little as 15 minutes. The lab will open on the B councourse, by baggage claim #6.

Testing must be paid for in advance, and the prices are as follows: PCR - $135, Rapid Antigen - $70, Antibody - $75, or a panel of Covid, flu and RSV for $185.

Andrew Peirini, a spokesman for Tulsa International Airport, said "Most of it is done here on site, so travelers, if they get the PCR test, the results are 25 minutes."

For more information, visit their website here.