Will Rogers World Airport is in southwestern Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 6 miles from downtown on about 8,100 acres of land. It is a civil-military airport and is the main commercial airport of the area. The local airport authority, citizens, and news organizations commonly refer to the airport as "WRWA", but the official codes are OKC and KOKC.The airport is named for comedian and legendary cowboy Will Rogers, an Oklahoma native who died in an airplane crash. The city's other major airport, Wiley Post Airport, and Wiley Post–Will Rogers Memorial Airport in Barrow, Alaska, are named for Wiley Post, who died in the same crash near Barrow in 1935. Will Rogers World Airport is the only airport to use the designation "World" with no reference to its city location. It offers some customs and immigration services, but has no international flights.In 2014, the airport handled 3.83 million passengers, an increase of nearly 5 percent from 2013. Southwest Airlines carries the most passengers in and out of Will Rogers World Airport at 33.6%.