Southwest Oregon Regional Airport

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Southwest Oregon Regional Airport
Coos County aerial.jpg
Airport type Public
Operator Coos County Airport District
Location North Bend, Oregon
Elevation AMSL 17 ft / 5 m
Coordinates 43°25′02″N 124°15′46″W / 43.41722°N 124.26278°W / 43.41722; -124.26278Coordinates: 43°25′02″N 124°15′46″W / 43.41722°N 124.26278°W / 43.41722; -124.26278
OTH is located in Oregon
Location of airport in Oregon
Direction Length Surface
ft m
4/22 5,321 1,622 Asphalt
13/31 4,471 1,363 Asphalt

Southwest Oregon Regional Airport (IATA: OTHICAO: KOTHFAA LID: OTH), formerly North Bend Municipal Airport, is a public airport in North Bend, Coos County, Oregon. It is operated by the Coos County Airport District.

The airport changed its name in April 2006 to avoid confusion with Bend, in central Oregon.

It is the only commercial airport on the Oregon Coast and is served by "United Airlines" (Skywest) and SeaPort Airlines. Skywest flies to San Francisco International Airport (since July 2008) and ended its long-running service to Portland International Airport on February 16, 2012.[1] In January 2012 SeaPort Airlines started daily flights to Portland. The airport was previously served by Horizon Air, which had linked North Bend to Portland International Airport since 1982. Horizon Air service ended October 11, 2008.

The airport is seeing more private jets carrying golfers to Bandon Dunes Golf Resort,[citation needed] a 20-minute drive from the airport. The airport opened a new terminal in July 2008; in February 2009 a new Air Traffic Control Tower opened.[2]

Airlines and Destinations[edit]

Airlines Destinations
United Express San Francisco
Seasonal: Denver (begins July 1, 2015)[3]
SeaPort Airlines Portland (OR)

Cargo Carriers[edit]

Airlines Destinations
Ameriflight Corvallis, Crescent City, Portland
FedEx Feeder Portland, Roseburg, Salem

Airport Facilities[edit]

Terminal Entrance
Terminal & Tower
Hangar/Ramp Area

Fixed Based Operators (FBO)[edit]

Coos Aviation
Coos Aviation

1210 Airport Way
North Bend OR 97459

Ocean Air

1180 Airport Way
North Bend OR 97459


U.S. Coast Guard

U.S. Coast Guard

United Parcel Service



Emergency Airlift

Oregon State Police


The North Bend/Coos Bay Airport opened in 1932.

The U.S. Naval Auxiliary Air Station, North Bend was started in 1936 and commissioned on May 10, 1943.

The Airport was transferred to the City of North Bend in 1947 as military surplus property.

The City of North Bend transferred management of the Airport to the Oregon International Port of Coos Bay in July 1999.

The Coos County Airport District was formed by general election on December 4, 2002 with ownership and management of the Airport transferred to the District in December 2003.

Future Development[edit]

Aerial of Coos Bay/North Bend

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