The terminal expansion project will add four new airline gates, a new streamlined security checkpoint, a public airfield observation experience, and space for future international air service.
As part of its dynamic growth, Heartland, the U.S. division of Global Payments, recently announced it will move its headquarters to downtown Oklahoma City. The company will expand its workforce by 345 and build a new headquarters to accommodate its growth.
The Container Store has set its opening date at the Penn Square Mall for Sept. 15.
The Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority board of trustees at their meeting Thursday approved the sale of the Santa Fe Parking Garage to Continental Resources, Inc and BancFirst Corporation for $22.5 million.
Oklahoma City continues to draw investment from major companies thanks to its strong business climate, low cost of doing business and continued investment in quality-of-life projects.
Oklahoma City will start the next decade with a new landscape as both MAPS 3-funded and private projects are completed.
New airlines, nonstop flights and continued investment set Oklahoma City’s airport up for a successful year.