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Aurora State Airport


The City of Aurora is located approximately 15 miles south of Portland in Marion County. Aurora State Airport is situated on approximately 144 acres, one mile north of the City, just south of the Clackamas-Marion County border and east of Wilsonville-Hubbard Highway. The ODA currently owns the Aurora State Airport. Aurora State Airport is the largest of the State-owned airports and accommodates a significant amount of business jet and training activity. Major area employers include Mentor Graphics, Convergys, Xerox Corporation, Sysco Food Services, and Rockwell Collins. The Airport regularly accommodates air ambulance activity.

The Airport has one runway oriented in a north-south direction. Runway 17/35 currently is 5,004 feet long and 100 feet wide. The runway is serviced by a full-length parallel taxiway. The runway is equipped with MIRL, VASIs, ODALS, and a precision approach. The Airport is home base to approximately 346 private and corporate aircraft and accommodated 94,655 annual operations. It is estimated that 53 percent of these annual operations are conducted by itinerant aircraft.

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