Interstate 35 runs north and south through the west side of Ardmore, providing a major shipping artery for goods headed toward the Canadian and Mexican borders.
East-west access is easy from Ardmore. Interstate 35 connects with Interstate 40 just 100 miles north in Oklahoma City. A mere 123 miles south in Dallas, Interstate 35 connects with Interstate 20.
The BNSF railroad parallels Interstate 35, with a main line running to points north (Kansas City, Chicago) and south (Dallas, Houston). Ardmore has a rail switching yard and two spurs off the main BNSF line, which serve the Michelin tire plant on the west side of town and the Ardmore Industrial Airpark north of town.
Commercial air service to and from the area is provided by two major airports – DFW International Airport (Dallas) and Will Rogers World Airport (Oklahoma City). Each airport is just 90 miles/minutes from Ardmore. In addition to the commercial airports, Ardmore also has two general aviation airports: Ardmore Municipal Airport and the Ardmore Downtown Executive Airport.
Specifics about Ardmore's Airports
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (Commercial)
|Source: DFW International Airport website – www.dfwairport.com; updated April 2022|
|Location||Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, north side|
|Type of Airport||Major international, commercial|
|Hub Status||American Airlines|
|Distance from Ardmore||90 miles / 90 minutes south on I-35|
|Number of Runways||7|
|Custom and Immigration Facilities||Yes|
|Daily Flights||958 domestic flights|
52 international flights
|Weekly International Destinations||Canada||73|
|Carriers Serving Airport|
23 Passenger Airlines:
23 Cargo Airlines
|Destinations||193 domestic and 67 international destinations|
|Largest Cities Served||New York, NY|
Los Angeles, CA
Seoul, South Korea
Mexico City, Mexico
Sao Paulo, Brazil