All About RDM: Redmond Airport in Central Oregon

If you’re looking to fly in or out of Central Oregon, you’ll be using the Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM airport code). The airport is located just outside of Redmond, Oregon – a quick drive from Bend, Sisters, Black Butte, Sunriver, and other popular destinations in the region. The is the only commercial airport near Bend, Oregon.

What airlines fly to Redmond Airport?

  • Alaska Air (handled by Horizon Air)
  • American Airlines (handled by Envy Air)
  • Delta Airlines (Delta Global Services)
  • United/United Express (handled by Delta Global Services)

Last updated: Summer 2022. Originally published: Nov 2017.

What are the direct flights to Redmond Airport?

You can fly to Redmond, Oregon from the following cities:

  • Denver, Colorado (DEN)
  • Los Angeles, California (LAX)
  • San Francisco, California (SFO)
  • Phoenix, Arizona (PHX)
  • Portland, Oregon (PDX)
  • Salt Lake City, Utah (SLC)
  • Seattle, Washington (SEA)


landing at Redmond airport view from airplane window

Parking at the airport

RDM has a cell phone waiting area on SE Salmon Drive. Airport parking is available for a small fee. The daily max for long term parking is $10 and the 7th day is free. Redmond Airport in Central Oregon

Redmond airport shuttle and ground transportation

The Enviro Shuttle provides hybrid car or family van shuttle service to and from RDM. Redmond to Bend rates start at $33 (1 -3 people), or $37 for 4 – 6 people in a van. The shuttle also serves Sunriver, Sisters, Black Butte, Eagle Crest, Powell Butte, Prineville, Madra, and even Portland.

RDM car rental companies include: Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Hertz, and National.

Taxi cab companies as well as towncar and limousine services and ride share services are also available at RDM.

Hotels near RDM with airport shuttle service

Services at Redmond Airport RDM

Redmond airport baggage claim

Redmond airport rental cars: Avis, Hertz, etc.

TSA pre-check at RDM airport

Let us know if you visit Redmond Airport and what you think of the experience!

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