Flights to Eugene
— where the Willamette Valley begins

Plan a trip to Eugene

Book a trip to Eugene to experience hiking on the area’s breathtaking trails and to sample the Pinot Noirs of the Willamette Valley


Eugene is a favorite destination for wine enthusiasts, foodies, and outdoor and sports enthusiasts; it offers a mix of arts and culture, shopping and dining, entertainment, and sports. Eugene is the ideal springboard to the Willamette Valley, which is home to two-thirds of Oregon’s vineyards and is known as one of the world’s premier Pinot Noir-producing areas. It’s not just about wine here; the area is a hotbed for craft breweries.Known as Track Town USA, Eugene has been host to seven Olympic Team Trials and is home to many running enthusiasts. You’re also just an hour and a half from the rugged Oregon coast featuring lighthouses, sand dunes, sea lions and incredible sunsets.


The Eugene Airport (EUG) is located seven miles from Eugene and is the perfect starting point to explore the Willamette Valley. Ground transportation options, including rental cars, are located just outside the terminal so that you will be on your way in record time.

Distance to popular destinations

Eugene distance to popular landmarks

Distance to popular destinations

Eugene distance to popular landmarks

Airport Info

Eugene Airport (EUG)


28801 Douglas Dr.
Eugene, Oregon 97402



Ticket counter hours:

Avelo ticket counters provide flight and baggage check-in services, as well as the opportunity to purchase Avelo flights, and are open for approximately two hours prior to each scheduled departure. The counters close 40 minutes prior to the take-off time.

Recommended arrival time:

At least 90 minutes before departure

Amenities and services:

Shopping & gift shops
Air and space museum (adjacent to airport)
Lactation suites
Pet relief station

Eugene Oregon Hills