About Brookings Airport (BOK, KBOK)
Nestled on the Chetco River, just a nautical mile northeast of the city center of Brookings, Oregon, Brookings Airport is a public use airport owned by Curry County. The airport is categorized by the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems as a general aviation facility. Brookings Airport is famous for being close to the Brookings Harbor. The airport features one asphalt surfaced runway in a good condition.
There are 18 aircraft based on the field, such as helicopters, jet airplanes, multi-engine airplanes, and single-engine airplanes. The main aircraft operations Brookings Airport provides include local general aviation, transient general aviation, military, and air taxi. The Ameriflight is the leading cargo carrier of the airport.