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CityCodeAirport Name
Bend (Redmond) RDM       Roberts Field /
Redmond Muni
Eugene EUG Mahlon Sweet Field Airport
Klamath Falls LMT Kingsley Field / Klamath Falls Int'l
Medford MFR Rogue Valley Int'l
North Bend / Coos Bay OTH Southwest Oregon Reg'l
Pendleton PDT Eastern Oregon Reg'l
Portland PDX Portland International
Redmond (Bend) RDM Roberts Field /
Redmond Municipal

Arcata CA ACV Arcata Airport
Crescent City CA CEC Jack McNamara Field
Pasco WA PSC Tri-Cities Airport
Pullman WA PUW Pullman Moscow Reg'l
Redding CA RDD Redding Municipal
Reno (Lake Tahoe) RNO Reno Tahoe Int'l
San Francisco CA SFO San Francisco Int'l
Seattle WA SEA Seattle-Tacoma Int'l
Walla Walla WA ALW Walla Walla Reg'l
Yakima WA YKM Yakima Air Terminal

There are many airports in Oregon. However, not all Oregon airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports.

Oregon is a state in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, bordering the Pacific Ocean, California, Washington, Idaho, and Nevada. Its northern border lies along the Columbia River and the eastern border lies along the Snake River. Two north-south mountain ranges—the Pacific Coast Range and the Cascade Mountain Range—form the two boundaries of the Willamette Valley, one of the most fertile and agriculturally productive regions in the world.

Oregon has one of the most diverse landscapes in the nation. It is well known for its tall, dense forests and its accessible, scenic Pacific coastline. Other areas include the semiarid scrublands, prairies, and deserts that cover approximately half the state in eastern and north-central Oregon. The state varies from rainforest in the Coast Range to barren desert in the southeast. Its highest point is the summit of Mount Hood, at 11,239 feet. Crater Lake, a famous natural site, is the deepest lake in the U.S. at 1,943 feet.

The Willamette Valley gives the state a wealth of agricultural products, including cattle, dairy products, potatoes, peppermint, and apples and other fruits. Oregon is also one of four major world hazelnut growing regions, and produces 95% of the domestic hazelnuts in the United States. Wine production in Oregon became a significant industry beginning in the 1970s and Oregon is home to at least four wine appellations.

Vast forests have historically made Oregon one of the nation's major timber production and logging states, but forest fires (such as the Tillamook Burn), over-harvesting, and lawsuits over the proper management of the extensive federal forest holdings have reduced the amount of timber produced.

Oregon had one of the largest salmon-fishing industries in the world, although ocean fisheries have reduced the river fisheries in recent years. Tourism is also strong in the state. (airports)

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