Aurora State Airport was constructed in 1943 by the Oregon State Highway Department for the U.S. Bureau of Public Roads as an emergency airfield for air carrier aircraft and a wartime airline alternate for Portland International Airport. The Oregon Board of Aeronautics leased the airport in 1953 and in 1973 the title was transferred to Aeronautics. Several private individuals own land adjacent to the eastside of the airport for FBO operations and are granted ingress/egress permits by Aeronautics to enter onto the airport.
Aurora State Airport is located south of the Clackamas-Marion County border, east of Wilsonville-Hubbard Highway.
The largest of the State-owned airports, Aurora State Airport accommodates a significant amount of business jet and training activity. Aurora State Airport is a NPIAS airport and is categorized as a Level 2 airport.
Aurora (UAO) has a noise abatement procedure in effect to avoid flying over noise sensitive communities surrounding the airport. Please follow the abatement procedure and “Fly Neighborly.”
Location: 22801 Airport Road, Aurora, OR 97002
Lat/Long: 45-14.83N / 122-4620W
Tower/Local Control: 120.35
Ground Control: 119.15
Lighting: MIRL, ODALS, VASI
Fuel: 24 hr. Cardlock fuel + FBO's
Repairs: Major / Minor
Transportation: Multiple FBO's can arrange transportation.
25496 S Highway 99E 24377 NE Airport Road 21668 Highway 99E NE
Aurora, OR 97002 Aurora, OR 97002 Aurora, OR 97002
(503)266-8382 (503)678-4653 (503)678-7770
29769 SW Boones Ferry Rd. 30800 SW Parkway Ave. 8815 SW Sun Place
Wilsonville, OR 97070 Wilsonville, OR 97070 Wilsonville, OR 97070
(503)570-9700 (503)682-2288 (503)682-3184
Remarks: Airport camping is NOT permitted. Antique shops, Museum, National Historic Landmark District, Langdon Golf Course. Noise abatement procedures in effect (please see OAR-738.050 for all Aurora State Airport aircraft operation regulations).