BV Aviation MapGeneral information

  • Owned by the City of Bartlesville, the airport is for public use. Through a lease/operating agreement, ConocoPhillips is responsible for the overall management and operation of the facilities.
  • Airport is located in the northwest portion of Bartlesville within the Osage County line, approximately three miles west of downtown area. For an interactive map of streets and other features of Bartlesville go to GIS City Maps.
  • Features one concrete runway, which measures 6,850 feet in length by 100 feet in width.
  • Runway lighting is pilot-controlled.
  • ASOS and non-precision approaches are available.
  • Phillips 66 FBO offers a full range of services to both transient and local business, including aircraft fueling (Jet and Avgas), towing, hangar storage, flight crew vehicles, restrooms, passenger and flight crew lounge areas, weather and flight planning.
  • Approximately 50 aircraft are based at the airport.
  • There are 56 parking spaces for vehicles at the passenger terminal area and additional parking adjacent to each hangar facility.
  • Rental car service is provided.
  • The airport covers approximately 430 acres at 717 feet above sea level.

Economic Impact

  • The airport provides more than 40 full-time jobs specializing in several different areas. Some of the areas represented include aircraft inspections, maintenance, storage and fueling, crop dusting and airport management services.

Safety, security & emergency response

  • The Bartlesville Municipal Airport complies with applicable Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) safety regulations.
  • Two Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF) vehicles are supported jointly between airport responders and Bartlesville Fire Department personnel.
  • Airport personnel are trained in emergency response and drill regularly with local emergency response agencies.
  • The airport features an advisory service to provide information to arriving and departing aircraft. The information provided includes weather updates as well as known air traffic in the vicinity and ground guidance.
  • Airport access is controlled with five miles of eight-foot high chain link fencing and automated gates, with 24/7 security patrols by both private security and local law enforcement.

Airport operations

  • Business and commercial aircraft includes transient aircraft, those stopping for fuel (including freight haulers), those arriving in Bartlesville for business (such as ConocoPhillips, Phillips 66, Dillard’s, Spears Manufacturing, Atwoods and Schlumberger) and those arriving in Bartlesville for servicing.
  • Average daily activity:
    • Forty private aircraft movements (takeoffs and landings); does not include business/commercial aircraft.
    • Eight to twelve commercial aircraft movements per day (takeoffs and landings), including helicopters.

ConocoPhillips information

  • ConocoPhillips’ OK-TX Air Shuttle is based at the Bartlesville Municipal Airport. Utilizing an Embraer 135 with a seating capacity of 37, the shuttle makes regularly scheduled roundtrips throughout the week between Bartlesville and Houston. ConocoPhillips and Philips 66 employees and contractors share the service nearly equally, and the shuttle serves approximately 20,000 passengers per year.
  • ConocoPhillips has been a member of Corporate Angel Network (CAN) since 1983. Based in White Plains, N.Y., CAN is a nonprofit organization which helps cancer patients throughout the country receive the treatment they need by booking flights aboard corporate jets. The service is offered at no cost to the patients, who are allowed to fly for free when the corporate aircraft have empty seats on their regular routes. From 2007-15, ConocoPhillips transported 11,207 passengers as part of the CAN program. ConocoPhillips earned the organization’s first ever “Angel of the Year” award in 2011 for outstanding service to cancer patients.
  • ConocoPhillips occupies three of the airport’s 11 large hangars (does not include T-hangars). One of the hangars is dedicated to OK-TX Air Shuttle maintenance and flight operation activities. Of the remaining eight hangars, two are occupied by unrelated aircraft maintenance businesses, one by a private citizen, two for airport operations, and three by the Phillips 66 Fixed Based Operator (FBO – and aircraft fuel “service station.”) The FBO hangars are occupied by “private” aircraft.

Public notice for airport projects

Bartlesville Municipal AP, Bartlesville, OK hereby announces its FY 2016-2018 Triennial DBE Goal for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) airport construction projects as indicated below:

FY 16:

11 percent DBE Goal

Rehab Apron, Phase I

FY 17:

Project Undetermined

FY 18:

Project Undetermined

Overall Three-Year DBE Goal FY16-FY18: 11 percent

Contact Information

  • Phone: 918.661.4224 or 918.661.3121
  • Address:  401 N.W. Wiley Post Road; Bartlesville, OK 74003

For more information, see Bartlesville Municipal Airport.