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Our customer amenities are here to allow your team to work quickly and efficiently. The PUR has a dedicated UAS Operations Area with 50’x50’ (or greater) work areas adjacent to a dedicated and paved UAS strip.


These customer work areas are wired for 240v, 50amp, and 120v, 30amp electrical outlets as well a water hookup. We provide secure Dark Fiber Gigabit hardline access with 100mbps standard speed. ‚ÄčThis can be upgraded to full Gigabit speeds that tie into one of the fastest data pipelines in the state of Oregon to allow for real-time cloud-based data uploads and computing.


The Eastern Oregon Regional Airport (KPDT) boasts an impressive 347 VFR days a year (95%), which makes it an ideal flying location that will minimize your downtime or weather delays.


The available paved surfaces are UAS Strip 16/34: 60’ x 4300’, Runway 7/25 (Main): 150’ x 6,301’ and Runway 11/29: 11’ x 5,581’.


The airport is within Class Delta airspace that is managed by a UAS experienced Control Tower that coordinates closely with both PUR and the established National Guard UAS unit operating the RQ-7 Shadow safely and routinely.


The airfield additionally has a regular Fixed Base Operator (FBO), several FAA certified repair stations and an onsite restaurant.


The experienced team onsite at the PUR is lead by a team of expert industry professionals across manned, unmanned and FAA backgrounds that will ensure your mission is completed in a safe and cost-effective manner.