Oklahoma – The State of Success

Vol1 iss4 2015

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24 O K L A H O M A – T H E S T A T E O F S U C C E S S F R A S T R U C T U R E I M P R O V E M E S rom renovated and expanded airport terminals and concourses to improved highways and bridges, investment is fowing into Oklahoma's transportation infrastructure in an effort to make living, working and visiting the Sooner State an enjoyable experience no matter how you get around. Planes The experience of fying into and out of Oklahoma is continually improving. Three new airlines have been added to Oklahoma City's Will Rogers World Airport in the past two years — Alaska Airlines, Allegiant Air and U.S. Airways, which will become American Airlines. Also, new nonstop destinations have been added to Charlotte, N.C.; Seattle, Wash.; Orlando, Fla.; and Las Vegas, Nev., bringing the total number of nonstop destinations to 22. Oklahoma's transportation infrastructure continues to expand. b y K R I S T I E A T O N F PLANES, TRAINS AND AUTOMOBILES PLANES, TRAINS AND AUTOMOBILES

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