Frequently Asked Questions

  • What airlines fly into Southwest Oregon Regional Airport (airport code OTH)?

United Airlines flies to San Francisco daily.  United also offers a seasonal flight to Denver on Wednesdays and Sundays from May to September.


  • How do I book a flight?

Visit United Airlines’ website (www.united.com) or call 1-800-864-8331.  If you like, you can also stop by the airport and we can help you book your flight.


  • How much does parking cost?

Southwest Oregon Regional Airport has convenient FREE PARKING near the terminal, which can significantly reduce the overall cost of your trip compared to other airports.


  • What items are not allowed in my luggage?

Visit the TSA website at https://www.tsa.gov/travel/travel-tips or call 1-866-289-9673.


  • What do I need to do to transport a firearm on my flight?

Contact our local U.S. Customs and Border Protection office at 541-756-2396 to obtain the necessary documents.


  • Does your airport offer currency exchange?

Unfortunately, we do not offer this service at our airport.  You may wish to contact one of our local banks for more information about currency exchange.


  • When do I need to get to the airport before my flight?

At Southwest Oregon Regional Airport, you only need to arrive 90 minutes before your scheduled flight departure.  No long lines for check-in or TSA screening.


  • Is my flight on-time?

To check on the status of your flight, visit www.united.com or call 1-800-864-8331.

Other websites that track flight information include www.flightaware.com or www.flightview.com.


  • What is the maximum size allowed for carry-on bags?

For baggage information, contact United Airlines at 1-800-864-8331 or visit



  • Who do I contact about lost luggage?

For baggage information, contact United Airlines at 1-800-864-8331 or visit



  • Who do I contact about permission to fly a drone (unmanned aircraft system)?

Recreational drone operations within five miles of the Southwest Oregon Regional Airport require prior authorization from the FAA