The Klamath Falls Airport is located about six miles from downtown Klamath Falls. The airport is part of Kingsley Field, which supports the Oregon Air National Guard’s 173rd Fighter Wing, a unit that provides training and instruction for Air Force F-15 fighter jet pilots.
The airport recently expanded and remodeled its terminal. Daily commercial air service is provided by SkyWest operated by United Express (800-241-6522) with non-stop northbound service between Klamath Falls and Portland, and non-stop southbound service between Klamath Falls and San Francisco. Private aircraft are also welcome. Rental car agencies are available on site (Budget, Enterprise, Hertz). Airport
parking is always free.
The airport’s primary runway, at 10,301 feet long, is the second longest in Oregon. Charter airplane service is provided by Klamath Aircraft, which also offers airplane service and maintenance.
Klamath Falls enjoys daily north and southbound Amtrak passenger service as part of the Coast Starlight route. Amtrak (541-884-2822 or 1-800-872-7245) also makes daily stops at Chemult in northern Klamath County.
The Coast Starlight route is known for its exceptional scenic beauty, with often spectacular views through Klamath County, including Upper Klamath Lake, Williamson River, Crescent and Odell lakes and our lush pine forests. As part of the Rails-to-Trails program, onboard guides provide information about the Klamath Basin and its history, geology and flora and fauna during selected trips.
The Klamath Falls train depot is located within easy walking distance of the Klamath County Museum along with downtown businesses, restaurants and lodging.
FROM I-5 / NORTHERN CALIFORNIA:
71 miles from Weed, CA - Take the northern Weed exit, then Highway 97 north. Driving time: Approximately 1 hour.
FROM I-5 / EUGENE, OR:
174 miles from Eugene, OR - Take Highway 58 east toward Oakridge/Klamath Falls. Highway 58 becomes Highway 97. Follow south to Klamath Falls. Driving time: Approximately 3 hours.
FROM I-5 / MEDFORD, OR:
80 miles from Medford, OR - Take Highway 62 east toward Crater Lake. Turn left onto Highway 140 toward Klamath Falls. At the intersection of Highway 140/ Highway 66, turn left, then right onto Highway 97 North. Take the City Center exit into Klamath Falls. Driving time: Approximately 1 ½ hours.
FROM HWY 140 / LAKEVIEW, OR:
97 miles from Lakeview, OR - Take Highway 140 west toward Klamath Falls. Driving time: Approximately 2 hours.