Warrenton-Astoria Regional Airport Contact Information
Regular Business Hours & Contact
8AM - 5PM Daily, (503) 861-1222
Fuel/ Line Service & After-Hours Call
(503) 298-7531 – $50 charge for after-hours service
After-Hours Contact/ Emergency:
Terminal Building Address:
1110 SE Flightline Drive, Warrenton, OR 97146
Located in the city of Warrenton close to US Highway 101, the Port owned Warrenton-Astoria Regional Airport (AST) is one of the most accessible general aviation airports on the north Oregon coast. The airport is just a few minutes’ drive from Astoria, and a few more minutes will get you to the South County communities of Seaside and Cannon Beach. And if it’s Washington you’re seeking, the Long Beach Peninsula is a short jaunt over the Astoria-Megler Bridge. Whatever your pleasure, whatever your business, AST’s location will limit your windshield time.
The Port of Astoria is also fortunate to call AST home to the United States Coast Guard Sector Columbia River. This USCG group provides an invaluable service and controls operations of three HH-60 helicopters and three motor life boat rescue stations located on the Oregon and Washington coasts.
And there is plenty of room for growth. The Warrenton-Astoria Regional Airport Industrial Park is a 45-acre site adjacent to AST that is available for industrial development or logistics warehouse capacity. For further information, please contact the Port of Astoria at (503) 741-3300.
Other Airport Information Links:
Hangar Rates & Dimensions Please note that the airport currently has no hangar vacancies. To inquire about hangar information and be put on the waiting list, please contact the airport directly at 503-861-1222.
Chamber of Commerce and visitor links:
Astoria-Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce
Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce
Seaside Visitors Bureau
Seaside Chamber of Commerce
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