|Popular in||July||High demand for flights, 21% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||November||Best time to find cheap flights, 5% potential price drop|
|Average price||C$ 617||Average for round-trip flights in June 2022|
|Round-trip from||C$ 570||From Toronto to Tulsa|
|One-way from||C$ 13||One-way flight from Toronto to Tulsa (TUL)|
Information is based on travel restrictions from Canada to Tulsa
Most visitors from Canada need to provide a negative COVID-19 test result and/or quarantine to enter Tulsa.
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Canada are not required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test or antigen result upon entering Tulsa.
Visitors from Canada are not required to quarantine after entering Tulsa.
Returning to Canada from Tulsa
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Tulsa must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) or Antigen (quick-test) test taken 72 hours for RT-PCR (NAAT) and 1 day for Antigen (quick-test) before departing to Canada.
Visitors from Tulsa are not required to quarantine after entering Canada.
YTO - TUL
C$ 326 - C$ 1,001
11 - 35 °C
48 - 160 mm
Although downtown seems to be a mix of highways, trees, houses, and chain restaurants, there’s more to see in Tulsa than just an economic game of dominoes. Through Tulsa’s kaleidoscope, you’ll see a thriving music scene, a happy local community, and a refreshing commitment to growth. Green hills in the south, blue skies above, and the many faces and establishments make the colourful patchwork of this city stand out.
In the mid 20th century, Tulsa was considered one of the oil capital’s of the world. No, it didn’t drip with black gold, but it did brim with oil companies that serviced the prize. That same spirit of the city takes what it has and turns it into prosperity, and that’s exactly what you’ll see when you step off your flight to Tulsa.
Grab the kids, because this place is perfect for the whole family. Whether you’re exploring the outdoors, catching a show at Discoveryland, or basking in the warmth of southern hospitality, planning a flight to Tulsa provides the perfect down to earth remedy for quality family time.
Tulsa’s seasonal location allows for a lot of unique experiences, depending on when you plan your Tulsa flights. If you come in the winter, expect cold temperatures. The shoulder seasons are the most mild, when temperatures in May and October rest easily in the high teens (Celsius). A bit of rainfall in May and June can muck things up a bit, but once spring turns to summer, temperatures rise to 30 degrees, and the sunny days just don’t end.
The best time to plan flights to Tulsa is in the summer, when the warm weather is at its best, and rainfall subsides. As summer turns to fall, temperatures cool down a bit, but the beautiful weather sticks around.
If you’re looking to avoid the rainy showers of May and June, and hit the city when the weather’s at its finest, then book flights to Tulsa in the summer and in the fall to capitalize on the sunny days, breezy relief, and mile conditions.
Winter serves at the city’s off-season. Although it’s not incredibly freezing or characterized by heavy rainfall, fewer travelers make cheap flights to Tulsa between the months of December and February. Another less popular time is the rainy stretch of May and June, but if showers don’t deter you, then it’s the perfect time to find cheap flights to Tulsa.
Tulsa’s public transportation isn’t spectacular, but it will get you where you need to go. A Tulsa Transit day-pass will get you rides for an affordable rate. A smart way to save money in your travels is by booking a cheap flight to Tulsa and then taking one of the frequent Greyhound buses on to places like Oklahoma City and St Louis.
For a flight to Tulsa, you will be flying into Tulsa. Tulsa (TUL) is just 10.6 km from the centre of the city.