Airlines that fly out of Eugene Airport are Alaska Airlines, Allegiant Air, American Airlines, Delta Airlines and United Airlines. As of 2015, flights from Eugene Airport serve cities such as San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Denver and Los Angeles with nonstop service and worldwide connections. Eugene Airport, also known as Mahlon Sweet Field, is a small-hub airport located on the I-5 corridor and is the second largest airport in the state of Oregon.
The City of Eugene owns and operates Eugene Airport, which is a public airport that is 7 miles northwest of Eugene, Oregon. Other destinations offered by the five airlines that serve Eugene Airport include Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Oakland, Phoenix and Honolulu. In addition to commercial airlines, the fixed-base operator Atlantic Aviation caters to general aviation maintenance and fueling.
The Eugene Flight Center is a charter operation and flight school that operates at Eugene Airport. Lane Community College Flight Academy also provides commercial, private, instrument, multi-engine and flight instructor training at Eugene Airport.
Eugene, Oregon is a city in the at the south end of the Willamette Valley. Eugene provides visitors with recreational opportunities, arts and natural beauty, and it is home to the University of Oregon.