Travel & Climate Information
There are four Oregon cities that provide convenient, direct air service to and from the Los Angeles area.
Portland’s International Airport has approximately 30 direct flights each day. These flights are serviced by United, Delta, and Alaska Air.
The airport in Eugene, Oregon’s central city and second largest metropolitan area, has three northbound and three southbound non-stop flights between LA and Eugene.
The airport in the city of Redmond, in Central Oregon, currently offers multiple Redmond/LA flights per day, thanks to Delta, United, and Horizon.
The airport in the city of Medford, in Southern Oregon, currently offers three direct Medford/LA flights per day, thanks to American and Horizon.
|Additional Airports||Phone number|
|Baker Municipal Airport »||(541) 523-5663|
|Boise, ID Airport »||(208) 383-3110|
|Burns Airport »||(541) 573-6139|
|Klamath Falls City Airport »||(541) 883-5372|
|McMinnville Airport »||(503) 472-0558|
|Newport Airport »||(541) 867-7769|
|Ontario Municipal Airport »||(541) 889-9197|
|Pendleton Airport »||(541) 276-7754|
|Roseburg Airport »||(541) 672-4931|
|Salem Airport »||(503) 588-6314|
|Union County/La Grande Airport »||(541) 963-6615|
Oregon also has over 80 non-commercial airports. There are “Fixed-based” operators at each airport where a flight can be chartered to almost any location within the state. Currently the flight time to the coast from these airports can be as little as 20 minutes, depending on where you are flying. In addition to being able to charter flights to the coast, it’s possible to make flight arrangements to the east side of the state. Flights to the Bend area can take as little as 45 minutes from the Eugene airport.
Here are some useful links to maps and information on calculating mileage:
Downloadable climate information compiled by our office:
- Oregon Weather Averages by Region »
- The Myths of Oregon Rain »
- "Rules of Thumb" for Oregon Weather »
External inks to Oregon climate information: