The Eastern Oregon Regional Airport is the largest public airport in Northeast Oregon (east of Portland). This city-owned airport located three miles northwest of Pendleton, Oregon. The airport covers 2,273 acres at an elevation of 1,497 feet above sea level. The airport, open 24 hours/day, is centrally located between Portland, Spokane, Boise, Salt Lake City, and Seattle.


·        Two runways: Primary – 6,300 ft; Crosswind – 5,581 ft (accommodates up to Boeing 757)

·        One UAS-dedicated 2,800 ft runway

·        Air Traffic Control Tower (6 am – 8 pm)

·        Instrument Landing System (minimum ½ mile visibility and 200 ft ceiling)

·        Extensive Taxiway and Apron System

·        Terrain: Rolling Wheat Fields

·        Rainfall: 13 inches

·        Conditions: 347 VFR Days/Year

Landside Facilities

·        Terminal

·        Ticket counter and spacious lobby; Hertz rental car service

·        Restaurant; leasable office space

Aircraft Storage Facilities

·        28 T-hangars; 2 conventional hangars; 200 tie downs

Support Facilities

·        Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Facilities (ARFF)

·        6-bay maintenance facility

·        Snow removal equipment

·        Fuel services

Industrial Park

·        Adjacent industrial park with 750 acres of leasable, 525 saleable


·        Road: Redundant I-84 access ("at grade" access added in 2009)

·        Rail: City served by Union Pacific Railroad

·        River: Port of Umatilla (34 miles); Port of Morrow (43.3 miles)

·      Free airport parking


Aviation Weather




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