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AIRFIELD INFORMATION/NOISE ABATEMENT

Roberts Field - Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM)

RDM is located 2 miles south east of downtown Redmond, 15 miles north of Bend. The airport is a certificated FAR 139 with and ARFF index of B.

Elevation: 3080 UTC Conversion -8 (-7 PDT)`
Airport Latitude: 44-15-14.642N Estimated
Airport Longitude: 121-08-59.868W
ARTCC Seattle 128.15
Section Aeronautical Chart: Klamath Falls
ATC TOWER 0500-1900 hours
  • Ground 121.8
  • Local 124.5
  • Unicom   122.95
ASOS
  • 119.025 or phone 541-504-8743
DSD Vor (H) Freq 117.6 CH 123 6.1NM to field
ILS LOC 109.1
INSTRUMENT APPROACHES ILS - RWY 23
     NDB - RWY 23
     VOR/DME - RWY 23
      VOR A - RWY 11
     GPS - RWY 11
     GPS - RWY 29
APPROACH LIGHTS MALSR - RWY 23
AIR CHARTER SERVICES     
  • 541-504-3848
FBO FUEL
MAINTENANCE Major power plant & airframe
  • 541-504-3848
FLIGHT INSTRUCTION  
  • 541-604-2331
AIRPORT RESTRICTIONS: General aviation aircraft are not permitted on Air Carrier Terminal Ramp.

 

Runway Indent 05/23 11/29
Length 7040’ 7006’
Width 150’ 100’
Surface Type/Condition Asph-G Apsh-G
Surface Treatment Grvd Grvd
Gross Wt (in thousands):
          - SW 68 28
          - DW 110 40
          - DTW 200  
Edge Intensity High Med
RWY Mark Type-Cond PIR-G/PIR-G NPI-G/NPI/G
Distance To Go Signs Y/Y Y/Y
VASI Y/N Y/N
PAPI N/Y N/Y
REIL Y/N Y/Y

 

Noise Abatement information

The City has recorded a map of the Redmond Airport Traffic Pattern Airspace with the County Recorder’s Office. The current Recorded noise disclosure/contour map for Redmond Municipal Airport may be viewed here:  RDM Noise Contour Map 2018

Airport noise contours indicate what areas around the airport experience aircraft noise as measured by the FAA standards. The federal guidelines for residential compliance with aircraft noise are an average of 65 decibels or lower during a 24 hour period.

Who to Contact if You're Impacted by Aircraft Noise at RDM

Airports are responsible for their noise impact on the communities they occupy. These noise impacts include noise from arrivals and departures, as well as noise from aircraft in a flight path within the immediate vicinity of the airport. If you would like to file a complaint or report, please call our Noise Complaint Hotline (503) 460-4100 and/or send a detailed E-mail to rdm@flyrdm.com

Please Include:

Your Name and Phone Number

Your Address (if you are willing to provide, if not then the general area you are reporting from)

Date & time of the event

Type of event (noise, low flight, safety, etc.)

General description of aircraft (single engine, multi-engine, prop, jet, high wing/lowing, etc.)

Description of the event --The more information you provide, the greater the chance for the Airport to adequately address your concerns.

Low flying aircraft is a safety concern and should be addressed by the appropriate regional FAA Flight Standards District Office (FSDO). Federal Aviation Regulations state the minimum altitude requirements for aircraft.

For more information visit:

NoiseQuest or FAA Noise and Emission Information Website

 

Flight Standards District Offices (FSDO) Oregon

3180 NE Century Blvd
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124

Phone: (503) 615-3200 or (800) 847-3806 Fax: (503) 615-3300 

Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Pacific Time Monday - Friday 

 

To Report an Aircraft Related Accident call:

(800) 992-7433

 

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