Enid Woodring Regional Airport locates at 4 miles Southeast from downtown City of Enid and about 100 miles from each Tulsa and Oklahoma City.
Lieutenant I. A. Woodring, famous army airmen, who for many years lived in Enid, was killed in an airplane accident at Dayton, Ohio. Word of his death came to Enid over the Associated Press wires.
Enid's Airport was renamed Enid Woodring Municipal Airport on May 30, 1933 in order of the "much decorated pilot"
First Municipal in State
Enid was the first city of Oklahoma to vote bonds for a municipally owned airport. The issue carried by a three-to-one majority. The airport has railroad trackage, is on a pave highway, has electric power facilites and other conveniences essential to the establishment of an airplane factory.
To contact the Woodring Airport:
1026 S. 66 th
Enid, Oklahoma 73701