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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Portland?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $74 and $45 for one-way flights to Portland for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LAX Portland Jul 1 - Jul 14 $74
SAN Portland Jul 8 - Jul 14 $90
DFW Portland Jul 11 - Jul 18 $90
DEN Portland Aug 10 - Aug 15 $90
SFO Portland Jul 7 - Jul 15 $99
ORD Portland Aug 14 - Aug 17 $139
PHL Portland Aug 1 - Aug 5 $149
PHX Portland Jul 20 - Jul 27 $168
BOS Portland Aug 7 - Aug 16 $169
ONT Portland Aug 20 - Aug 24 $170
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
SFO Portland Jun 13 - Jun 24 $227
DFW Portland Jun 14 - Jun 25 $236
LAX Portland Jun 12 - Jun 27 $237
DEN Portland Jun 14 - Jun 29 $237
SAN Portland Jun 12 - Jun 20 $287
PHX Portland Jun 12 - Jun 15 $300
ONT Portland Jun 13 - Jun 15 $304
PHL Portland Jun 12 - Jun 16 $312
BOS Portland Jun 12 - Jun 16 $316
ORD Portland Jun 14 - Jun 24 $427
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Portland Flight Information

Traveling toPortland
Lowest Price$74
Number of Airlines Serving
Airlines ServingSpirit Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines
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FAQs about Portland Flights

Which airlines fly to Portland?

Book your ticket with one of the 17 airlines that fly to Portland and enjoy a fantastic new adventure. Some of the carriers with terrific reviews include:

  • Alaska Airlines
  • American Airlines
  • WestJet
What airport is best to fly into Portland?

Booking your flights to Portland is straightforward, as it's serviced by just one airport. You'll find Portland, OR Airport (PDX-Portland Intl.) 7 miles (11 kilometers) from the city center.

Where to stay in Portland

Life is one incredible journey, so why not get out there and experience it in Portland? You can start by booking one or more of the 145 fantastic properties on offer there through Travelocity.

It's time for your vacation! Why not treat yourself to a night of luxury? If you've been dreaming of service fit for royalty and silky soft sheets, book The Heathman Hotel or The Nines, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Portland. More of a budget savvy adventurer? The Downtown Value Inn and the Econo Lodge Portland City Center may be the properties for you.

Places to visit in Portland

Experience the fabulous flavors of this city by enjoying attractions like the Oregon Zoo and Grotto. If you want more options, the Portland Japanese Garden and Pioneer Courthouse Square are worth a look too.

Let your kids burn off a bit of their limitless energy when they're playing at Tom McCall Waterfront Park, a grassy getaway. Like some more options? Oregon Museum of Science and Industry offers many intriguing science exhibits that the whole family is sure to love. But that's not all. Take a morning by yourself for some contemplation while you show your respect at Portlandia.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Portland

These clever tips about airport security procedures will save you plenty of time on your way to Portland:

  • Be sure you know the location of your travel ID and boarding pass. You don't want to hold up the queue when you're asked to produce them.
  • You'll need to stop the tunes for a short while. Headphones and earphones need to be removed and placed in a tray for X-raying. The same goes for items such as heavy jackets and belts.
  • Laptops must be removed from their carry bags and placed in a tray before X-raying.
  • When it comes to traveling with liquids or gels, all passengers are permitted a quart-sized clear resealable bag to transport containers no larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters).
  • Construction boots and other heavy shoes are often X-rayed. Consider wearing simple sneakers instead.
  • Some places have strict biosecurity laws. Consider where you're journeying to and whether or not it's permissible to fly with fresh fruit.

Flights To Portland

Renowned for its quirky culture, lush trees, and ecological sensibilities, Portland, Oregon, sticks to its motto: Keep Portland Weird. Shuffle your feet through misty streets and tuck in for a cozy afternoon in beloved bookstores and coffee nooks. Between gourmet brunch and dusk-to-dawn nightlife, let this riverside city carry you away to its glistening gardens and carefully curated museums. Try a boat tour through the Willamette River for a waterside view of the city's Victorian architecture and numerous bridges. But before you can float through the City of Roses, you’ve got to book Portland plane tickets and fly. Choose from our flight deals to Portland and pack your best rain boots and your lucky coffee cozy, because you’re about to embark on an adventure to the Pacific Northwest, where puddles are made for stomping and espresso is made for sipping.

Transportation from PDX

Flights to Portland arrive at Portland International (PDX), located just 12 miles northeast of the downtown waterfront. Drivers find the grid-like streets easy to navigate, so renting some vacation wheels before you fly is a convenient option. Portland also has stellar public transportation and you can ride the Red line all the way from the PDX TriMet MAX station into town.

Love to see the world by the power of your own two feet? You’ll be happy to hear the airport features extensive biking facilities and Bridgetown is very bike-friendly. An assembly and repair facility is located near the TriMet MAX station, so you can assemble your bike after your Portland flight lands.

Hotels near PDX

If there’s something Portland accommodation has in spades, it’s charm. In a city that embraces the uniqueness of each street corner and loves local businesses like family, you’ll be hard-pressed to find two hotels that are the same. Book one of these guest favorites:

  • The Paramount Hotel: Located near Pioneer Courthouse Square and Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, the Paramount is the perfect place to escape in the center of a brisk and beautiful city. Before you abscond to a concert, dine at the hotel restaurant and pick up your eveningwear from the in-house dry cleaning service.
  • Hotel Modera: Also located downtown, Hotel Modera is literally steps from the Keller Fountain Park and Keller Auditorium, where Broadway shows often visit the city. Stay in a bold, contemporary room and wake up to views of the garden.
  • The Benson, a Coast Hotel: When you stand outside the stately Benson, your expectations will soar, and then you’ll step inside and see the ornate ceilings and warm woodwork, and you’ll never want to leave. But you must, because the Portland Institute of Contemporary Art is a short walk away.
  • Kimpton Hotel Monaco Portland: Like the principality on the French Riviera, the rooms at Kimpton Hotel Monaco are both plush and bright. Indulge in a spa treatment or two and take advantage of the proximity to luxury shopping at Pioneer Place.

Things to Do in Portland

There’s always something interesting going on in Portland, and we’re not even referring to the annual World Naked Bike Ride or the Portland Zombie Walk. In fact, Stumptown is known for its thoughtful side. Book brilliant Portland airfare and add these sights to your getaway:

  • International Rose Test Garden: Ever wonder where the brilliant blooms of hybrid roses get their start? This test garden is home to award-winning variations of new roses, and it’s lovely.
  • Portland Saturday Market: Though this smorgasbord of local art, food, and busking takes place only on the weekends, you’ll find handmade gifts to take home to your friends and family…or to keep as a memento of an amazing trip.
  • Cartopia: On Hawthorne Boulevard starting at 13th Avenue, Cartopia is a hub for delicious and inventive street food. Graze on everything from Korean barbecue to Jamaican jerk chicken.
  • Powell’s City of Books: Powell’s is more than a paperback purveyor; it’s the mothership for bibliophiles everywhere. Make sure you make it up to the Pearl Room to browse the collection of rare books.

Embrace Portland

With so much to do, see, and savor in Portland, you’ll want the best travel deals available. Travelocity’s price-matching guarantee will help you find the cheapest flights to Portland on the internet, so you can fly with confidence, which is exactly what you’ll need to help Portland stay weird.

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*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.