Cottage Grove State Airport

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Cottage Grove State Airport
Jim Wright Field
Jim Wright Field (Cottage Grove, Oregon).jpg
Summary
Airport type Public
Operator Oregon Department of Aviation
Location Cottage Grove, Oregon
Elevation AMSL 641 ft / 195 m
Coordinates 43°47′59.4430″N 123°01′44.28″W / 43.799845278°N 123.0289667°W / 43.799845278; -123.0289667Coordinates: 43°47′59.4430″N 123°01′44.28″W / 43.799845278°N 123.0289667°W / 43.799845278; -123.0289667
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
15/33 3,188 972 Asphalt

Cottage Grove State Airport or Jim Wright Field (FAA LID: 61S), is a public airport serving small general aviation aircraft, located one mile (1.6 km) east of the city of Cottage Grove in Lane County, Oregon, USA.

On December 17, 2003 the airfield was named after Jim Wright, a local aviator and business man who painstakingly built a reproduction Hughes H-1 Racer. Wright perished in a tragic accident in the aircraft on August 4, 2003.

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