Find the cheapest flight to Oregon
How to Find Cheap Air Travel to/from Oregon
Oregon is home to one major international airport, and several smaller regional airports.
Portland International Airport (airport code PDX) is the state’s busiest airport. The airport itself lies on Oregon’s northern border with Washington state along the Columbia River, about 12 miles from central Portland. The airport is commonly known as PDX, and is a major hub for Alaska Airlines and Horizon Airlines. A full list of all the airlines serving Portland is here, and you can track arrivals and departures here. Passenger services include free WiFi, and terminal maps are on this page. Shopping options are listed here and dining options are on this page. Ground transportation options include taxis, hotel shuttles, car rentals, and Portland’s light rail service, all of which are discussed here, and you can save money on Portland airport parking by booking it ahead of time.
None of the other Oregon airports come close to matching Portland’s passenger numbers, but some of the other regional airports include Eugene Airport (airport code EUG), Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport (airport code MFR), and Redmond Municipal Airport (airport code RDM). Unless you are flying from another small airport in the area, you will likely travel through Portland’s airport first and then get a short flight to any of the other airports in Oregon.
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