Flights to Portland, Oregon (PDX)

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Beautiful Portland, Oregon sits at the junction of two rivers, and at the base of Mount Hood, creating an urban landscape that gives Portland its eco-friendly demeanor. The scenic landscapes are immediately seen by visitors flying into Portland International Airport (PDX), but diving into the city itself will reveal its own gems. From parks to local markets, and from a thriving music scene to a world-renowned food options, visitors to Portland get the benefits of a thriving city with the natural landscapes of America’s great outdoors.

Portland International Airport (PDX) serves 16 regional, international, and domestic airlines, including Delta Air Lines. There are five concourses. The South Concourses are A, B, and C, and the North Concourses are D and E. They are joined by the Concourse Connector, allowing passengers who have passed security to move freely between concourses.

The airport has a robust arts program. A 17-seat theater on Concourse C shows short films and there are live musical performances throughout the terminals. Children’s play areas are located in Concourses C and D. Private lactation rooms are located in the South Lobby by Capers Café and near Gate D2.

Tom McCall Waterfront Park is a 36-acre park in downtown Portland that runs along the Willamette River. It is a popular place to run, jog and bike, but it’s also home to a boat dock, public art, a fountain and the U.S.S. Battleship Oregon Memorial.

Located in the heart of the city, Washington Park comprises 410 acres of wooded hillsides where visitors can play tennis, soccer or hike 15 miles of trails. There are also many attractions, including the Oregon Zoo, Portland Children’s Museum, World Forestry Center, Hoyt Arboretum, Portland Japanese Garden, and the International Rose Test Garden.

Portland Saturday Market is the oldest continuously operating outdoor market in the United States. And, despite its name, it’s held every Saturday and Sunday, rain or shine, March through Christmas Eve in Tom McCall Waterfront Park. In addition to hundreds of vendors selling arts, crafts, and food items, there is often live music.

The Grotto is a national Catholic shrine dedicated to Mary and is the ministry of the Servite Friars, whose monastery is located on the 62-acre greenspace. Inside a rock cave carved into a 110-foot cliff is a life-size marble reproduction of Michelangelo’s Pietà. There are also beautifully landscaped grounds with panoramic views, a visitor’s center, and a meditation chapel.

Portland has a temperate climate with warm, dry summers and cool wet winters. The hottest months are July and August when the average highs hover around 81. The coldest months are December, January and February when the average lows are in the mid-30s. The city receives on average about 36 inches of precipitation a year, about four of that is snow. July and August are the driest months, with less than an inch of rain a month on average. But November, December, and January can see more than four or five inches of precipitation on average.

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