Traveler’s Guide to Portland Airport
Known as a joint-civil military airport, Portland Airport (PTJ) is one of the largest airports in the U.S. state of Oregon that accounts 90% of passenger travel and 95% for air cargo in the region. This airport also serves as the major hub for airlines comprises of Alaska Airlines, Ameriflight, Horizon Air and SeaPort Airlines. It is divided into five concourses such as Concourse A, B and C on south side of terminal and Concourse D and E on the north side of the terminal. The prominent airlines offers its flights to and from this airport include Air Canada Express operated by Jazz Air, Alaska Airlines, Alaska Airlines operated by Horizon Air, Alaska Airlines operated by SkyWest Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection operated by SkyWest Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue Airways, SeaPort Airlines, Southwest Airlines and much more. It covers destination including the Atlanta, Las Vegas, Orange County, Tokyo, Denver, San Diego, San Francisco and others.
Portland Airport Transfers
Highway 217 is an all important route of the Oregon city. It connects the Portland Airport to all the major destinations of the city.
The prominent car rental service providers include Enterprise-Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental, Hertz Rent A Car, Alamo Rent A Car, Advantage Rent-A-Car, Dollar Rent a Car and much more.
Portland Airport Amenities
For coffee, ice creams or fine-dining head straight to the Baskin Robbins, Big Town Hero, McDonald, Starbucks and others.
Aria Boutique, Nike, The Dragon Tree are major brands located at the airport. For your shopping needs these are the best options.
Get connected with loved ones with free Wi-Fi facility and exchange currency at the currency convertor counters, Portland Airport offers multitude of amenities.
Portland Airport Parking
Short term and long term, both types of parking is available at the Portland Airport. Debit card, cash, American Express, MasterCard, Visa are the popular methods of payment here.