Administration

Southwest Oregon Regional Airport is operated by the Coos County Airport District (CCAD)

Airport Administration

  • Theresa M. Cook, AAE
    Executive Director, Coos County Airport District
    (541) 756-8531
    E-mail
  • Robert Brittsan
    Executive Assistant
    (541) 756-8531 x104
    E-mail

Airport Operations

  • Bob Hood
    Airport Operations Manager
    (541) 756-8531 x105
    E-mail
  • Operations Staff
    (541) 756-7272

Airport Maintenance

  • Bob Hood
    Airport Maintenance Manager
    (541) 756-8531 x105
    E-mail

Board of Commissioners

  • Helen Mineau, Chair
  • Mike Collins, Vice-Chair
  • Brent Pahls
  • Joe Benetti
  • Jason Bell

Meetings

  • Regular Board Meeting  
    Thursday, July 23, 2020 at 7:30 a.m.
    District’s Board Room, mezzanine level
    Southwest Oregon Regional Airport Terminal Building
    1100 Airport Lane, North Bend
    The meeting will be held as a virtual meeting only. To obtain a conference call-in number, please contact Airport Administration at 541.756.8531
    Executive Session will follow
    Board Meeting Agenda and Minutes

Announcements

  • June 3, 2020

    REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
    OWNER’S REPRESENTATIVE/PROJECT MANAGER

    The Coos County Airport District (CCAD) is seeking an individual to act as the Owner’s Representative for the construction of a 12,863 square foot Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting (ARFF) facility on Airport property.

    RFQ Owners Rep-Project Manager

  • February 20, 2020

    Rep. Peter DeFazio Announces $750,000 Federal Grant for Southwest Oregon Regional Airport

    Rep. Peter DeFazio today announced that the Southwest Oregon Regional Airport will receive a $750,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation. The grant, which is part of the 2019 Small Community Air Service Development Program (SCASDP) will help the airport in its efforts to attract new service to Portland on Contour Airlines, a regional company. The funds will cover a revenue guarantee, marketing program, and start-up cost rebates for the airport. “Small community airports like the Southwest Oregon Regional Airport are a vital part of keeping Oregon’s rural communities connected,” said Rep. Peter DeFazio. “A well-funded effort to attract new service will bring both business and tourism alike to coastal Oregon and help to keep the local economy moving.”

  • January 28, 2020

    Non-Stop Flights to Denver Start May 31, 2020

    United Airlines will resume its twice weekly summer nonstop service between North Bend and Denver on May 31, 2020.

    Sunday and Wednesday roundtrip flights between Southwest Oregon Regional Airport and Denver International Airport will be offered between May 31 and September 30 on United’s Embraer ERJ-175 jet aircraft. The ERJ-175 provides passengers with a full-service cabin and has seating for up to 76 passengers, including twelve first-class cabin seats.

    Flights will arrive in North Bend at 2:14 p.m. and depart for Denver at 3:00 p.m. Tickets for the Denver-North Bend flights are available at www.united.com or by calling 800-864-8331.



  • June 11, 2019

    Southwest Oregon Regional Airport receives $500,000 to Support Air Service to Portland

    On June 6th, 2019 the Oregon State Aviation Board awarded the Southwest Oregon Regional Airport a $500,000 Rural Oregon Aviation Relief (ROAR) grant, to assist in securing air service to Portland. ROAR grants are provided for projects that will assist commercial air service to rural Oregon.

    The Airport is seeking to attract air service to Portland by providing financial and in kind service incentives. This $500,000 will bring us closer to that goal. Next month the Airport will be submitting a grant application to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Small Community Air Service Development Grant program, for $750,000. Discussions with the airlines for Portland service is ongoing. The Airport hopes to initiate service in the spring of 2020.

    Additionally the airport has received financial and local incentives from Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, the Mill Casino, Sause Bros., the City of Coos Bay, the Port of Coos Bay, and the City of North Bend.

  • January 28, 2019

    The Coos County Airport District received a letter from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regarding a number of obstacle/obstructions within the Part 77 Approach Surface Slope, located in the vicinity of the Airport.

    The FAA considers the obstacles to be hazardous to safe flight operations in and out of the North Bend Airport and has required the Airport District institute corrective actions to mitigate the safety issues. The Southwest Oregon Regional Airport is required to top/shorten trees that are currently penetrating the Part 77 Approach Surface Slope. Local property owners, identified by the FAA, have been notified in writing.

    If you believe that trees on your property may interfere with aircraft, please contact Robert Brittsan, Airport Administration at 541-756-8531×104.

    Additional information may been downloaded from the links provided below:

    Letter to Property Owner

    NB-Height-Limitation-City-Code

    Obstacle-List-Map