... is to ensure that each customer has an exemplary airport experience. The Airport is committed to providing safe, convenient, progressive and efficient air transportation facilities, and friendly services for all of our customers. We hope you find our website is informative and useful for your travel needs.
The Airport is an important economic generator. Approximately 750 people work at the airport or for aviation-related businesses and industries located on or adjacent to the airfield. This produces over $85 million in economic impact for the regional community, which helps the quality of life in the Klamath Basin.
Drones, unmanned aircraft
For information on flying small drones or unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) please see the Airport Information / Reference Documents page of this website.
Air Service Update
Crater Lake - Klamath Regional Airport Director John Barsalou attended the Mead & Hunt Air Service Development Conference last week in Scottsdale, AZ. During the conference he met with SkyWest (dba United Express) which was a follow-up to a headquarters meeting attended in September 2017. In the meeting, SkyWest indicated that they do not intend to add any new markets that are not already planned in 2018. Discussions for Klamath Falls service will continue with SkyWest later this year for potential new service in 2019. “While we are disappointed by SkyWest’s decision to not begin service to Klamath Falls this year, we are pleased that SkyWest will continue to look at our market for future service” says John Barsalou, Airport Director. “These are extremely challenging times for small communities seeking air service and we will continue to explore all air service opportunities that are available to us.”