Our mission 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.
Airport Master Plan Update Project
With the arrival of 2021, we are pleased to announce that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved the Crater lake - Klamath Regional Airport Layout Plan (ALP). The ALP reflects the preferred development plan described in the Airport Master Plan (February 2021) which is available for review: Master Plan | Documentation; Resources. Please submit your comments by March 19 using the project contact form or email John Barsalou, Airport Director.
After the public comment period is concluded, the Airport Master Plan will be referred to the City Council for formal adoption on April 5, 2021.
The Airport has updated its Rules and Regulations (last updated and adopted by City Council in February 2019) and a draft is available for review and comment by clicking here. It is the Airport’s goal to review the Rules and Regulations at least every two years and propose any necessary updates to keep the document current. Questions regarding the proposed changes should be directed to Airport Director John Barsalou (541-883-5373 or email@example.com). Written comments on the draft update to the Rules and Regulations must be received by March 4th at 4:00pm.