Portland Airport (PDX)

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Portland International Airport (IATA: PDX, ICAO: KPDX, FAA LID: PDX), also known as PDX, is the largest airport in the state of Oregon, in United States. The airport is located inside the Portland city limits, 6 miles (10 km) northeast of Downtown Portland.

Portland Airport (IATA: PDX) is the busiest airport in Oregon, United States.
Portland Airport (IATA: PDX) is the busiest airport in Oregon, United States.
The airport is located 6 miles (10 km) northeast of Portland downtown.
The airport is located 6 miles (10 km) northeast of Portland downtown.
Portland Airport served 16 Million passengers in 2015.
Portland Airport served 19 Million passengers in 2017.
There are two main terminals in Portland Airport.
Portland Airport has a single terminal with five concourses split into two sides.
The terminals are named South and North, with 2 and 3 concourses respectively.
The terminals are named South and North, with 3 and 2 concourses respectively.
Portland Airport has direct connections to some major airport hubs throughout the United States. It also operate non-stop international flights to Germany, Canada, Iceland, Mexico, Japan, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
The top ten busiest routes are domestic flights. These are the following ones: San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle/Tacoma, Denver, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Chicago, Salt Lake City, San Jose and Oakland. In 2017 the airport handled 19,080,454 million passengers.

 

Terminals

PDX Airport has a single passenger terminal with concourses A, B C, D and E. The terminal is divided in two terminal areas: North Terminal Area and South Terminal Area.

 

Inter-terminal transportation

Both Terminals are connected to each other via the Baggage Claim area and Ticketing, through the walkway known as the Concourse Connector. In total, the airport has 60 gates.

 

The Concourse Connector is located between D1 and C2 gate areas.

 

On the other hand, moving sidewalks are also available to move between concourses.

 

From Oregon Market, which is located in the center of the terminal, passengers may access to the South Terminal (Concourses A/B and C) and North Terminal (Concourses D and E).

 

There are free parking shuttles that run to and from the Economy parking lot every 7-9 minutes approximately.

 

Hours: from 04.00am to 00.00am. From 00.00am to 04.00 am. Shuttle buses run every 15 minutes.

Concourses

- Concourses A, B and C are located in the South Terminal area.

- Concourses D and E are located on the North Terminal area.

 

In total the airport has 60 gates divided as follow: A1-A12, B1-B3, C1-C23, D1-D15 and E1-E7.

 

Concourse C, D and E have airline lounges (Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines respectively).

 

It is planned to extend Concourse E adding 6 more gates. Some airlines are going to be recolocate.

 

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Facilities and Services

The airport has a lot of services and facilities available to all passengers that need it or request it.

 

Some of the Services are:

 

- Several restaurants and cafés

- Shops, gifts

- Art program

- Free WiFi

- Conference center

- Luggage storage

- Mailing

 

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Transport

Portland Airport has the following means of transportation:

 

- Rail: TriMet/Max is the primary metropolitan area’s transit company that provides service to and from the airport with its MAX Red Line light rail service that connects with the airport.

 

To pick up the rail, passengers must go to the baggage claim area located about 150 ft (50 m).

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- Taxi: It is possible to get in 30 minutes to downtown Portland from the airport by taxi. One-way trips around $32.00. Find at the taxi section all information about the available companies in the airport. See more TAxi information

 

Shuttle and Charter Bus Service: Some hotel courtesy shuttles, as well as charter buses, provide service from Portland Airport. Passengers must ask to the companies listed in the section to use this service. See the complete list at Shuttle page.

 

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- Transportation Network Companies: There are also Transportation Network companies that operates at PDX airport as LYFT, UBER and WINGZ, INC.

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Portland Airport in numbers

- A single passenger terminal divided in two terminal areas: North and South

- 5 concourses: A, B, C, D and E

- 60 gates

- In 2017, more than 19 million passengers traveled through PDX airport

- Serves as a hub for 5 airlines

- 3 runways

- More than 228,949 aircraft operations during 2017

 

 

Contact information

Address: 7000 NE Airport Way, Portland, OR 97218, USA

Phone: +1 503-460-4234 

 

 

Lost and Found

Mezzanine Level.

Hours: From Monday to Friday 08:00 am to 04:00 pm.

Phone: 503-460-4272.

Toll-Free: 1-800-547-8411, ext. 4272.

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