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A good business trip overall. AA helped.
Not that it’s a big deal at all but the kids meal box didn’t come with a granola bar, as advertised. FYI. Everything else was great!
Not easy for older people to change planes at Dallas Airport walked a long way Husband can't walk good. Landed in A had to go to#39 rethink things next time nice flight enjoyed movie going down
Security at DFW was ridiculous. One person and one line Took over an hour to get through that part. Everything else was great!
|Number of Daily Flights||17|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Aug 8|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Aug 9|
|Popular Airlines||Alaska Airlines|
Landing in Portland International Airport (PDX) will take you right to the heart of Oregon's largest metropolis. Straddling the Willamette River, Portland lies east of the majestic Mount Hood, and forms the perfect backdrop for the city's scenic beauty, and endless outdoor recreation opportunities. Here, you can explore the commercial towers of downtown, historic buildings of Old Town, trendy shops of Nob Hill, bohemian bookstores of Hawthorne, and food carts found throughout the streets of Portland.
Portland's attractions are as eccentric as its locals. If you time your travels right, you can attend the PDX Soapbox Derby, watch a Portland Trail Blazers game, or visit the award-winning Portland Rose Festival. You may want to tour the Pittock Mansion, stroll through the International Rose Test Gardens, hike in Forest Park, or grab a drink at a local brewery. Take the Portland Aerial Tram, in the South Waterfront neighborhood, for splendid skyline views of the city.
After flying three and a half hours from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), you'll land at PDX ready for your adventure. Since the airport is within the city's limits, you'll simply need to hop on the MAX Red Line or drive your rental car down Interstate 205 South. While Portland is easy to navigate on four wheels, the city's eco-friendly activists encourage visitors to get around by streetcar, bike and foot.