FAQs about Enid Flights
What airport is best to fly into Enid?
Oklahoma City, OK Airport (OKC-Will Rogers World) is situated 75 miles (120 kilometers) from the center of Enid. It's the only airport in the city, so there's no chance of your cab driver dropping you at the wrong one! Where to stay in Enid
When Enid starts beckoning, it’s time to heed the call and reserve somewhere memorable to stay with Travelocity. There are 15 properties in this destination for you to pick.
Searching for somewhere to stay in Enid? The Southard House Bed and Breakfast Inn are some of our favorite accommodations in the region. Places to visit in Enid
Enjoy a play and give yourself over to a world of imagination at Gaslight Theatre. Like some more options? Enid Event Center and Convention Hall is a great venue for conferences or other events. It's located in the area and has nearby restaurants, hotels and cafes. But that's not all. All aboard! Enjoy traveling into history at Railroad Museum of Oklahoma. How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Enid
Your adventure to Enid kicks off as soon as you've finished all the security checks. We've put together a list of hints and tips to help you get through quickly:
- Have your passport and boarding pass somewhere accessible. They'll be the first things you'll be asked to produce by security personnel.
- It's useful to know that belts with metal buckles can set off the body scanner's alarms. If you have one on, you may be told to take it off before moving on.
- Laptops must be removed from their carry bags and placed in a tub before X-raying.
- Face cream, toothpaste and other toiletry items in liquid, gel or cream form need to be stored in containers smaller than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters). They must also fit in a 1-quart (1-liter) clear resealable bag.
- Construction boots and other heavy shoes are often X-rayed. Think about wearing simple sneakers instead.
- Multi-tools and corkscrews are not allowed on board the plane. Stash them away in your checked luggage to avoid forfeiting them at the airport security checkpoint.