Portland International Airport (PDX) serves as Oregon’s largest airport and offers many nonstop domestic flights from Portland to various destinations. Travelers have named PDX the best airport in the U.S. in Travel + Leisure survey every year from 2013–2017 thanks to its easy light rail connection to downtown, free Wi-Fi, local food, local artworks and drink and tax-free shopping.
Sixty U.S. cities offer nonstop flights to Portland, including Atlanta, Orlando, New York, Boston and Chicago. Internationally, you can fly direct to PDX from Amsterdam, Calgary, Frankfurt, Guadalajara, London, Puerto Vallarta, Reykjavik, Tokyo, Toronto and Vancouver.
BY TRANSIT OR SHUTTLE
The Trimet Max/Light Rail can be found on the main level, at the south end of the ticket lobby beyond the Starbucks. The Red Line services PDX, and trains depart every 15 minutes.
There are a number of shuttles and buses that provide service to PDX. Visit the PDX webpage to find out more.
PDX is served by a number of rental car providers. Rental Car pick-up and drop-off at PDX moved to a new location in November 2021. To pick up your car, follow signs to Rental Car Center from baggage claim.
Taxi services are provided at PDX on the lower roadway, outside of baggage claim. Proceed to the 3rd island, closest to the parking garage.
Limos and Towncars at PDX can be found on the lower roadway, outside of baggage claim at the far end closest to the parking garage.
PDX is served by Uber, Lyft, or Wingz rideshare companies. Follow signs to baggage claim, make sure you are on the lower level. Once you have your luggage in hand and are ready to go, request a ride using the Uber or Lyft apps then head directly to Island 2 outside of baggage claim.