The Grant County Regional Airport (GCRA), also known as Ogilvie Field, is a county-owned, public use airport located in Grant County, Oregon.

The Grant County Regional Airport is currently seeking a summer intern.  For more information, including how to apply please download Summer Intern Information (PDF)

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Helibase & Training Center

The GCRA is also the helibase and training center for the United States Forest Service (USFS) Malheur Forest’s rappeller firefighters. It is staffed year around with peak operations generally occurring from May through October.


The Grant County Regional Airport includes:

  • 2 Courtesy cars
  • 3 Offices available for rent
  • Conference rooms available for rent (large and small)
  • Full kitchen
  • Large lobby open to the public
  • Observation Deck with elevator access
  • Pilot’s Lounge (with shower, bunk bed)

Convenient Location

The airport is also conveniently located adjacent to the John Day Industrial Park. It is situated approximately one mile southwest of the central business district of John Day, Oregon.

Airport Master Plan

In 2019 the Federal Aviation Administration accepted and approved the Airport Master Plan for the Grant County Regional Airport, which began in July 2015.  The Airport Master Plan consists of a narrative for airport improvements over the next twenty years as well as an airport layout plan set.

public notice

Grant County Airport hereby announces its proposed Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) participation goal of 7.0% for FAA-funded contracts/agreements. The proposed goal pertains to federal fiscal years 2024 through 2026 (10/1/2023 - 9/30/2026). A video conference was held on July 5, 2023, at 11:30 am to obtain information relevant to the goal-setting process.
 Comments on the DBE goal can be sent to the following:

Haley Walker
 72000 Airport Road
 John Day, OR 97845


Federal Aviation Administration
 Office of Civil Rights
 Sonia Cruz