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TSA is prepared for heavy volume of passengers this holiday travel season

Dec-14-2017

More than 40 million passengers and crew will be screened by Transportation Security Administration officers during the winter holiday period, one of the busiest times of the year to fly. TSA is expecting anywhere from 100,000 to 400,000 additional travelers at checkpoints nationwide each day.

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Record Passenger Counts Anticipated to Limit Airport Parking Availability During Holiday Travel Season

Nov-15-2017

Redmond Airport (RDM) has experienced a record number of passengers in 2017 and expects the trend to continue over the upcoming holiday travel season. For updated parking information click HERE

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Zachary Bass Named 2017 Oregon Airport Manager of the Year

Nov-9-2017

Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM) Director, Zachary Bass was recently named the 2017 ‘Airport Manager of the Year’ by the Oregon Airport Management Association(OAMA). Recipients of the award are nominated for significantly contributing to the field of airport/aviation management, performing a high level of service to the aviation community and traveling public, and/or for improving the safety of the Oregon aviation environment.

 

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November 2017 will mark the beginning of a new partnership between Redmond Municipal Airport and Deschutes Public Library.

Oct-24-2017

November 2017 will mark the beginning of a new partnership between Redmond Municipal Airport and Deschutes Public Library. Passengers will soon find a collection of books for children and adults as well as information about Deschutes Public Library services and programs on both sides of security at RDM.

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News Advisory: RDM Drone Regulations

Jul-11-2017

Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM) would like to remind Central Oregon residents and visitors of the FAA Regulations for UAS (Drones) These regulations provide safety guidelines for UAS operators and requires all drone operators to notify the air traffic control tower 24 hours before flying within 5 miles of the airport

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