General Aviation

PropellerCrater Lake-Klamath Regional Airport supports all facets of general aviation activity for business and individuals. With its two runways (10,301 and 5,260 feet), control tower, a fixed-based operations (FBO), and Specialized Aviation Service Organizations (SASOs) such as flight schools, aircraft maintenance services and charter/rental aircraft, the airport provides all the facilities and services necessary to support jet and propeller-driven aircraft and helicopters.

Klamath Falls is a popular airport for fixed-wing flight training, scenic tours and recreational flying as well as executive business travel. There is a restaurant located upstairs in the airport terminal building and free parking for visitors. Other restaurants and lodging are available in Klamath Falls, which is one mile north of the airport.

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