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Cheap Flights From Tulsa, Oklahoma (TUL) To Columbus, Ohio (CMH)

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$362 RT to
Columbus, OH (CMH)
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$362 RT Tulsa to Columbus, OH
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American
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Mon-Thur & Sat
Travel Starting:
Monday, 25 August 2014
Travel Ending:
Wednesday, 17 December 2014
Other Stay Requirements:
A 3-nights or a Saturday-night minimum stay may be required
Purchase By:
Thursday, 31 July 2014
More Details:
Late Summer/Fall travel
Last Updated:
Wednesday, 23 July 2014
Our Notes:
Blackouts: August 28-29; September 1; October 10, 12-13; November 21-22, 25-26, 29-30; December 1-2, 2014. CheapAir charges a $9.95 booking fee.
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Reviews for Tulsa to Columbus (TUL-CMH)

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    Southwest delivered on what they do best

    by Gajitman on June 2, 2010

    Flight from Tulsa to Columbus

    Airline:
    Southwest
    RT/OW
    Round Trip
    Number of Stops:
    1 stop in St. Louis, Missouri
    Date of Flight:
    March 2010
    Seat Class:
    economy

    On my recent business flight from Tulsa to Columbus, Ohio I chose Southwest instead of American Airlines. This was a short-notice trip and there were no bargains to be found. Still, AA wanted about $75 more just for the ticket than SWA, before the luggage fees. So I booked SWA, and saved my company some money. I haven't flown SWA in a couple of years, but have always been a fan of their business model and customer service.

    Although they only offered 2 or 3 flights per day between these two cities, they had something that worked well for my schedule. AA had many more choices, but a lot of those involved flying on a "puddle jumper" regional jet. I HATE those small planes, and will only fly on them if walking is the only other option.

    So I bought my SWA tix and took advantage of their "Early-Bird" checkin upgrade, which I paid out of my own pocket. I was already very familiar with SWA's "line up by your pole" queuing style for boarding the plane, and thought this add-on would be worth it to ensure I get a window seat, and a preferred spot to store my carry-on overhead. It's nice to have this option to improve your chances of early boarding, but I still like SWA's practice of rewarding folks who check in and show up at the gate earlier with more seating choices. It's just like going to the movies; you put in more effort and show up when you should, and you get more choice.

    Thanks to SeatGuru.com, I knew where my preferred seat choices were, and had no trouble sitting where I wanted, and storing my overhead bag exactly where I wanted it for an easy grab at departure. I thought we were going to have an issue before the plane took off; the 1st leg from TUL to STL was completely full, which we were warned of several times during boarding. Not an empty seat on the plane. I knew then that bag storage was going to be an issue before we could depart. Sure enough, some inconsiderate knucklehead came dragging in at the last minute, and of course, they had a carry-on that was slightly oversized. I think it was a garment bag, but I'm not sure now. In the time between I boarded and placed my smaller-than-regulation pilot case, and this disorganized traveler got on, almost all of the overhead storage space was taken. Right next to my bag, someone had stuffed a couple of jackets in the bin. This was the first spot the traveler I will refer to as "Dizzy" thought their big bag might fit into. The flight attendant was trying to hurry this along, because we were rapidly approaching our departure time. The attendant sees this hole and thinks they might be able to rearrange a few things and make it work. My bag is stowed on my row, across the aisle from my window seat, so I have a good view of what's about to happen. The attendant starts to identify bag owners before she starts shuffling and wants to move my bag 2 rows back to make a hole for Dizzy. I politely point out to the attendant that I paid for the Early-Bird boarding to get a preferred seat and a convenient spot for my carry-on, as advertised on their website. She thanked me for bringing that to her attention, and then turned to Dizzy and told them their bag would have to be checked, and to please find a seat. Dizzy was grumbling about something, but I heard the attendant remind them that they could check the bag AT NO COST, or leave it behind altogether. I was really glad the seat next to me was already taken. I heard several chuckles around me after Dizzy slogged their way toward the back of the plane.

    Dizzy's bag was the only instance of note during my round trip flights. Southwest did what they do best; the flights were all on time, and no bags were lost. I do have one minor grumble about the airplaines, but it's my problem and not SWA's. I'm overweight. Not so much that I spill into my neighbor's seat, but just enough that I sometimes need a seatbelt extender and sometimes I don't. During this trip, I flew on 4 different airplanes; 2 going up, and 2 coming home. On 2 of the planes, I was able to fasten my seatbelt. On the other 2, I needed an extender. Since SWA flies only the 737 for their entire fleet, it would be nice if the seatbelts were a litte more consistent. I encountered 3 different lengths on 4 airplanes. I don't have any real complaints if this is all I have to gripe about, but it would be nice to know what to expect. Again, I take ownership of this issue, so it's not something I would probably ever ask SWA about.

    In summary, thanks to Southwest Airlines for delivering what I expected and paid for. Job well done.

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Sample Fares found by other travelers within the past 72 hours
Price From/To Depart/Return Airline
$400 Flight from Tulsa to Columbus (TUL-CMH) Wed, Jun 25 - Wed, Jun 25 American Airlines
$400 Flight from Tulsa to Columbus (TUL-CMH) Wed, Jun 25 - Wed, Jun 25 United Airlines
$430 Flight from Tulsa to Columbus (TUL-CMH) Wed, Jun 25 - Sun, Jun 29 American Airlines
$451 Flight from Tulsa to Columbus (TUL-CMH) Tue, Jun 24 - Tue, Jun 24 American Airlines
$460 Flight from Tulsa to Columbus (TUL-CMH) Thu, Jun 26 - Thu, Jun 26 Delta Air Lines
$497 Flight from Tulsa to Columbus (TUL-CMH) Thu, Jun 19 - Mon, Jun 23 United Airlines
$533 Flight from Tulsa to Columbus (TUL-CMH) Mon, Jun 16 - Thu, Jun 19 American Airlines
$552 Flight from Tulsa to Columbus (TUL-CMH) Mon, Jun 16 - Fri, Jun 20 American Airlines
$678 Flight from Tulsa to Columbus (TUL-CMH) Fri, Jun 13 - Fri, Jun 13 American Airlines
$744 Flight from Tulsa to Columbus (TUL-CMH) Sun, Jun 8 - Tue, Jun 10 American Airlines
There are approximately 100 flights covering the route from Tulsa International Airport in Tulsa to Port Columbus International Airport in Columbus, provided by as many as 7 airlines.

The following airlines often offer cheap flights from Tulsa to Columbus:

Delta Air Lines
Continental Airlines
United Airlines
US Airways
American Airlines

As an alternative to flying from Tulsa, you may also want to try searching for cheap flights from Oklahoma City (OKC).
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