Grant County Regional Airport (GCRA and also known as Ogilvie Field), is a county-owned, public use airport located in Grant County, Oregon. It is situated approximately one mile southwest of the central business district of John Day, Oregon. The GCRA is also the helibase and training center for the USFS Malheur Forest’s rappeller firefighters. It is staffed year around with peak operations generally occurring from May through October. The GCRA has a large lobby open to the public, Pilot’s Lounge (with shower, bunk bed), large and small conference rooms available for rent, Observation Deck with elevator access, two courtesy cars, cable TV, WIFI, full kitchen and three offices available for rent. The airport is also conveniently located adjacent to the John Day Industrial Park.
The Grant County Regional Airport is working with the Oregon Department of Aviation and other airports in the region to measure the interest in establishing rural commercial service. Please click here to fill out the survey!
Grant County Regional Airport will be developing a Master Plan for the airport, starting July 2015. Public comments are allowed and encouraged. Watch this page for more information! The GCRA Master Plan is funded in part by a Connect Oregon V grant from the Oregon Department of Transportation and the Oregon Lottery.
For more information on the Connect Oregon V program, visit Connect Oregon.
If you are interested on giving input on the GCRA Master Plan, please click on this link: GCRA Airport Master Plan. The information you provide will be used in determining the amount of present and future use of the airport.