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GENERAL AVIATION TIE-DOWN PARKING

Click HERE for Tie-Downs parking map (PDF).

Transient Parking Fees: Rate per night; $5.00 Single / $8.00 Twin / $10.00 Jet or Helicopter

AIRPLANE T-HANGARS FOR LEASE

Roberts Field has T-Hangars both on the Northside of the airfield and the Southside of the airfield. Northside T-Hangars located at 888 SE Veterans Way, Bldg I and K, are approximately 1,246 square feet each (See attached for dimensions). Southside T-Hangars located at 1900 SE Airport Way, Bldg F and G, are approximately 1,063 square feet (See attached for dimensions). Please contact Airport Administration at (541) 504-3499 for availablity and/or other information.

Click HERE for Airport Fee Schedule  


FBO/FUEL INFORMATION

LEADING EDGE JET CENTER is a Fixed Based Operator (FBO) at Roberts Field (North Ramp). Please visit www.flyredmond.com or call 541-504-3848 to learn more about services offered.  Services aviable via UNICOM freq. 122.85.

Butler Aircraft Now Part of Leading Edge

 

REDMOND WEATHER INFORMATION: (541) 504-8743  

REDMOND TOWER AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL CUSTOMER SERVICE SURVEY

As part of our tower's ongoing efforts to improve service delivery, they are asking you, the General Aviation family, to please provide them with feedback by completing their online survey.  Please click  HERE  to access the survey.

 

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DRONE INFORMATION

 

SOAR
You won’t want to miss Oregon's first UAS Summit and Expo!

SOAR Oregon is pleased to host Oregon's first UAS Summit and Expo in Bend, Oregon on August 10.   The Summit will offer insights from legislative leaders, panel discussions with industry experts and advice on business operations from Oregon Economic Development officers.  The Summit will showcase keynote speaker U.S. Senator Ron Wyden, who is a strong supporter of Oregon's drone industry.  Oregon UAS Test Ranges will be explaining what the first steps are to get your project flying in their world-class airspace, and your businesses will have the chance to exhibit. Whether you’re a Part 107 pilot or a UAV manufacturer, this is the event for you!

Top Six Reasons to Attend:

  1. Become a SOAR preferred vendor. Attendees will have an opportunity to become a preferred vendor for all aspects of Oregon’s UAS programs. Upon signing up for the Summit, you will receive a form to be added to the preferred vendor list.
  2. Gain insight from legislative leaders and panel discussions with industry experts.
  3. Get advice on business operations from Oregon Economic Development officers.
  4. Connect with colleagues before, during and after the event.
  5. The event is taking place in beautiful Bend, Oregon at the Riverhouse on the Deschutes.
  6. It’s FREE!

REGISTER 

LEARN ABOUT SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

 

Other Useful Drone Information:

http://knowbeforeyoufly.org/

https://www.faa.gov/uas/

How do I know where it is OK to fly and where it is not OK to fly?
The FAA has developed a mobile app called B4UFLY to help recreational UAS operators know whether there are any restrictions or requirements where they want to fly. Additional guidance is also available here: "Where to Fly"

Do I have to notify all airports within five miles of where I want to fly recreationally? Yes, you must contact any airports (including heliports and sea-based airports) and air traffic control towers within five miles of your proposed area of operations if flying under the Special Rule for Model Aircraft (Public Law 112-95, Section 336).

Can an airport operator object to model aircraft flights near an airport? Yes, an airport operator can object to the proposed use of a model aircraft within five miles of an airport if the proposed activity would endanger the safety of the airspace. However, the airport operator cannot prohibit or prevent the model aircraft operator from operating within five miles of the airport. Unsafe flying in spite of the objection of an airport operator may be evidence that the operator was endangering the safety of the National Airspace System. Additionally, the UAS operator must comply with any applicable airspace requirements.

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