This cursory web-based information has been prepared by the Oregon Department of Aviation for the purpose of helping to increase public awareness of simple aviation safety techniques.
Pilots are reminded that it is their responsibility to check all sources - including FAA Notices to Airmen and the Airmen´s Information Manual - for current information whenever planning a flight. Pilots are further encouraged to make a fly over visual inspection of the airport before landing. Remember, the pilot in command is responsible for the safety of the flight. That includes obtaining the most accurate and up-to-date information available. This web-based information in no way fulfills that obligation!
FAA Runway Safety Circulars for Pilots
FAA Runway Safety Report (2010)
FAA Runway Safety Plan (2012-2014)
TSA Security for GA Airports
Where Can I Land In Oregon
We know you will enjoy flying Oregon.