Oregon State Owned Airports
The Oregon Department of Aviation (ODA) owns and operates 28 public-use airports in the State of Oregon. From along Oregon's expansive Coast line to the far northeast reaches of Joseph near the Idaho border, and southeast to McDermitt on the Nevada border; from the Willamette Valley to the Cascade Mountains; from the Columbia River Gorge to central Oregon; our airports reach all four corners of the State, and everywhere in between.
ODA's airports represent all facets of General Aviation, serving a variety of community and pilot needs. Our airports are used for transportation, recreation, aviation business, education, emergency resiliency, and they provide jobs and economic benefit throughout their local communities as well as the State.
From the bustling Aurora State Airport with a state-of-the-art Air Traffic Control Tower, to the dirt runway at the Owyhee Reservoir State Airport, Oregon's airports have been serving aviators and Oregonians for nearly 100 years.