Airport

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.

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Airfield

·        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

·        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

Access/Transportation

·        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

AIRPORT MASTER PLAN DRAFT

The Master Plan for the Airport is in the final stages and the last Public Advisory Committee was held on 2/2/2017 from 6-8 pm up here at the Airport. The Pendleton UAS Range Manager, Darryl Abling will be rewriting Chapter 4 in regards to the Unmanned Aerial Systems and there are some of the other chapters that have some outdated content and data (as we started this Master Plan process back in March 2015). The airport staff are in the process of updating that content as well during this final review process before we have Century West finalize the draft and send it off to the FAA for final review and adaptation. This Master Plan will help guide the City by providing direction for the Airport and the Industrial Park over the next 20 years.

For those interested in reviewing the Master Plan chapters and content please click the link here.

 

 

 

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Pendleton 2002 Master Plan (final).pdf10.74 MB