The Prineville-Crook County Airport is located three miles southwest of Prineville and can be accessed off Highway 126. The airport elevation is 3,246 ft. There are two asphalt runways: runway 10/28 is 5,000 feet long and 60 feet in width; runway 15/33 is 4,000 feet long and 40 feet in width. Aircraft fuel, maintenance and storage are available at the airport.
Prineville is 18 miles from Robert’s Field, the regional municipal airport, which offers daily commercial flights to Portland International Airport (PDX), Seattle International Aiprot (SEA), San Francisco International Airport (SFO) with Alaska Airlines and Horizon Airlines. There is daily jet service to and from the east hub through the Salt Lake International Airport (SLC) via Delta Airlines. Getting to and from the Prineville Airport and Robert’s Field in Redmond is easy with the Country Cab Company and Hertz Rent-A-Car.
Highway 126 passes through Prineville, while nearby Highway 97 offers an easy connection to a north-south corridor linking with Highway 84 to the northern part of the state. Prineville is approximately a 3-hour drive from Portland, Salem, Corvallis and Eugene. George Millican Road provides the region with a north-south corridor connecting Highway 20 (Bend) with Highway 126 (Prineville). Highway 20 offers quick access to Klamath Falls, Medford and southern Oregon. The Central Oregon Breeze offers scheduled routes to Bend, Portland and Eugene.
In the City
Prineville does not have a public transit system, but there is Dial-a-Ride, Country Cab Company and Hertz Rent-A-Car, and Cascade East Transit (CET), which offers various ways to get from Prineville throughout Central Oregon.