Tulsa International Airport (TUL) has opened two new areas, post-security, each featuring a sensory room, quiet room, service animal relief area, lactation room and family restroom.
The new guest services areas are located on the lower levels of both Concourse A and Concourse B. They were built based in part on feedback from Access TUL, a volunteer committee the airport created to inform airport staff on the unique perspective and barriers those with disabilities face while traveling.
“Our team is passionate about improving access to air travel in Tulsa, because we believe that enables individuals and families the freedom to explore new parts of the world, visit loved ones, chase business opportunities and do so much more,” said Alexis Higgins, chief executive officer at Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust. “We are excited to be able to offer these new amenities just in time for summer travel, and we welcome ideas from the community on other ways we can improve.”