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Portland Airport Shuttles: Some of the portland airport shuttle companies that serve PDX are:

USA Airport Shuttle: looking at, they are one of the fastest growing airport shuttle companies in Portland with a fleet of vans that can carry 7 passengers. They have five locations throughout the Beaverton and Portland Metro areas.

BLUE STAR TRANSPORTATION: looking at, they are a locally owned airport transportation service provider that have been in business since 1977. Their entire airport shuttle fleet comprised of 40 vans and buses, runs on biodiesel fuel. They have scheduled routes with stops at major at major downtown hotels on the way to Portland airport. Their vans shuttle from Portland International every half-hour begining at 8:00 AM until 12:30am, however airport transportation to PDX is available between 3:00 AM and 8:00 AM by scheduling a reservation. when exiting the baggage claim at PDX, you can find them by taking the left walkway towards Island 2 where you wil find the vans pick-up area.

Rose Airport Shuttle: looking at, they have a flat airport shuttle pricing stucture and varying fares depending on your location, with additional passengers riding for free. Their vehicles are mostly Toyotas with the newest being the Toyota Swager Wagon model.

HUT Portland Airport Shuttle: looking at, they provide PDX airport shuttle service to and from Albany, Eugene, Woodburn, Salem and Corvallis. Reservations are accepted up to 4 hours before pick-up and changes to existing reservations or cancellations can be made by phone. They do not offer door-to-door service but pick-up passengers at specific spots. Walk-ins are welcome at PDX if seats are available. A child under 12 rides for free but there is a limit. There is a surcharge for oversized and bags weighing above 50 pounds.

Portland International Airport(PDX): Portland International Airport (PDX) is the largest airport in the U.S state of Oregon, and accounts for major share of passenger travel and air cargo of the state. The airport serves as hub for many airlines like Alaska Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Airlines American Airlines, SkyWest airlines and many more that provides flights to small and big cities. General aviation services are provided at PDX by Flightcraft. Airport is located within the city limits of Portland in Multnomah County and is on the south of Columbia River.

Portland International Airport Details:

Portland International Airport Contact:
Address: 7000 NE Airport Way, Portland, OR 97218
Phone: 503-460-4234
Toll Free: 1-877-739-4636
TDD: 1-800-815-4636
Aviation Director: 503-460-.4040
Customer Service: 503-460-4234 or 1-877-739-4636 (Phones are staffed daily from 6 a.m. - 11:30 p.m).
Email: (Please allow up to 2 business days for an e-mail response).

Driving Directions: Directions to arrive at the Portland airport from key points are listed below:

From the South (Interstate 5): Take the interchange I-5 North through Portland to the I-84 East exit. Then take the interchange I-84 East to I-205 Northand and then take the exit onto I-205 North. After the exit take the Airport Way West exit off I-205 and follow Airport Way directions to airport terminal.

From the South (Interstate 205): Take I-205 North to Airport Way West exit and then follow Airport Way to airport terminal.

From the North (Interstate 5): Take interchange I-5 South to I-84 East and take the interchange I-84 East to I-205 North. Go for the exit onto I-205 North and then take the Airport Way West exit off I-205. After this follow the Airport Way to PDX terminal.

From the North (Interstate 205): Take I-205 South to Airport Way West exit and follow Airport Way to PDX terminal.

From the East: Take interchange I-84 west to I-205 North and then the exit onto I-205 North. Take Airport Way West exit off I-205 and follow Airport Way to PDX terminal.

From the West: Take Hwy. 26 heading east to Portland and then take interchange I-405 South. Take I-5 North and then take I-84 East exit. Take I-84 East to I-205 North and take the exit onto I-205 North. After this exit take Airport Way West exit off I-205 and then follow Airport Way to PDX terminal.

Departing from PDX to South Destinations: Take Airport Way to I-205 South.

Departing from PDX to North Destinations and Vancouver: Take Airport Way to I-205 North and Take WA-14 West to Vancouver.

Departing from PDX to East Destinations: Take Airport Way to I-205 South, Turn right onto I-205 South, and Follow to I-84 East exit.

Departing from PDX to West Destinations and Downtown Portland: Take Airport Way to I-205 South , Turn right onto I-205 South, Follow to I-84 West exit, Follow I-84 to Portland, and Access to I-5 North/South, I-405 and Hwy. 26 West.

Portland Airport Parking: Ample parking close to the airport is available as short term parking, long term parking, valet parking and economy parking. They are located on airport way and has direct connections to I-205. Motor bike parking is also available within the airport premises:

Portland International Airport offers a wide range of parking options such as:

Long Term Parking: Long term parking is also available within the airport premises. There are around 3000 covered parking spaces, conveniently located near the airport terminal building. Tunnels and moving sidewalks connect the seven-story garage to the terminal. Garage clearance is 8 feet.

Short Term Parking: Short term parking is situated just beside the terminal and has around 3300 public parking spaces. On level 4 of parking garage, tunnels and a skybridge is available for the passengers and visitors to go to the terminal.

Economy Parking: Economy parking is available near interchange I-205 Airport Way. There are around 7800 parking space available. Parking lots in economy parking are colored red and blue corresponding to the color-specific parking shuttles. There are free parking shuttles available running regularly to the main terminal every 7-9 minutes from 4:00 a.m. to midnight, and every 15 minutes from midnight to 4:00 a.m.

Valet Parking : Valet parking is available by Gold Key Valet. It is one of the quickest and most convenient way to park at PDX. The staff will be available 24 hours a day and valet parking information is available on the airport information signs. Valet drop-off is located on the outer lane of the upper, ticketing/departures level. For more information: 888-862-4350

Motorcycle Parking: Free motorcycle parking is available on the arrival level under the upper roadway. Parking is well marked.

Portland Airport Hotels:

Portland PDX Airport vicinity hotels are listed below:
- Staybridge Suites Airport
- Holiday Inn Portland Airport
- HI Express Portland Airport
- Hampton Inn Portland
- Sheraton Portland Hotel
- Red Lion Portland Airport
- Embassy Suites Airport
- Radisson Hotel Airport
- Ramada Inn Airport
- Country Inn & Suites
- Rodeway Inn Airport
- Econo Lodge Airport Inn
- Best Western Pony Soldier
- Howard Johnson Portland
- Fairfield Inn Airport
- Comfort Suites Portland
- Hilton Garden Inn Portland

PDX Airport Terminal Information: Terminal Building: The airport terminal building is H shaped and the main building is further divided into five concourses from A to E. The south side of terminal consists of concourses A, B, and C and on the north side concourses D and E are placed. These two sections are connected by an elevated walkway, and can be accessed after the security checkpoints. Along with the main terminal, airport also has a business aviation terminal and dedicated cargo handling terminal.

Terminal offers variety of services such as shopping malls, restaurants, stores, free Wi-Fi wireless Internet access, a children's play area and postal services.

Concourse A: This concourse serves Horizon and Alaska Airlines that provides flights to destinations to Western U.S and also places like California, Nevada and Washington. The concourse has got 11 gates; A1-A5 and A7-A12. The concourse provides the travelers with various facilities listed below:

Concourse A Facilities:
- ATM Machines
- Restrooms

Concourse A Shops and Restaurants:
- Your Northwest Travel Mart

Concourse B: This concourse serves Alaska Airlines and provides flights to destinations like San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento, Anchorage, Boston and Denver. The concourse has got 3 gates; B1-B3 and provides travelers with various facilities listed below:

Concourse B Facilities:
- Restrooms

Concourse B Shops and Restaurants:
- Brookstone
- Caper’s Café
- Coffee People
- Hudson News

Concourse C: This concourse serves Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Frontier Airlines Southwest Airlines, US Airways, and US Airways and provides flights to destinations like phoenix, Charlotte and Denver. The concourse has got 23 gates; C1-C23 and provides travelers with various facilities listed below:

Concourse C Facilities:
- ATM Machines
- Restrooms

Concourse C Shops and Restaurants:
- Caper’s Café
- Coffee People
- Hudson News
- Baskin Robbins
- Big Town Hero
- Creative Kidstuff
- Good Dog/ Bad Dog
- Made in Oregon
- Pizza Schmizza
- Powell’s Books
- Riverfront Café
- Sandoval’s Fresh Mexican Grills
- The Oregon Pendleton Shop
- Wendy’s
- Your Northwest Travel Mart

Concourse D: This concourse handles all international arrivals and departures by airlines from Continental Airlines, Delta Airlines, Delta Connection, Hawaiian Airlines, Lufthansa, Mexicana, and Northwest Airlines. The concourse has got 15gates; D1-D15 and provides travelers with various facilities listed below:

Concourse D Facilities:
- ATM Machines
- Restrooms

Concourse D Shops and Restaurants:
- Hudson News
- Delta Sky Club
- InMotion Entertainment
- Powell’s Books
- Made in Oregon
- Rose’s Restaurants and Bakery
- Wendy’s

Concourse E: This concourse handles flights of Air Canada, Air Canada Jazz, JetBlue Airways, United Airlines, and United Express. The concourse has got 5gates; E1-E5 and provides travelers with various facilities listed below:

Concourse E Facilities:
- ATM Machines
- Restrooms

Concourse E Shops and Restaurants:
- Coffee People
- United Red Carpet Club

Lost and Found: The Portland International Airport (PDX) Lost and Found Office is located on the airport's baggage claim level across from carousel 10. The office hours are from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, except holidays.

The phone number is 503.460.4272 or toll free 1.800.547.8411, extension 4272.

In case of any loss of item at the airport terminal or at the parking garage or at the shuttle, you can e-mail to the PDX Lost and Found Office or call on any number listed above. You will have to provide your contact information, which includes the address and phone number and a detailed description of the item you have lost. The mail will be responded within one business day by a staff member.

Conference Center:
PDX International airport provides its passengers a newly renovated Conference Center that features a contemporary, Pacific Northwest feel with a functional, urban designed hotel meeting facility.

The Conference Center can be utilized for any small to mid-size event, providing the flexibility of seven rooms with space to accommodate groups from five to 65, a complete range of business services, professional, dedicated staff and catering options that offer the freshest in Northwest cuisine

City of Portland: Portland is often known as “the City of Roses” and is believed to be one of the desired destinations in the West. Situated approximately 70 miles from the Pacific is rested in between the waters of Columbia and Willamette Rivers. Some of the most beautiful views in the world are found 20 miles to the east of Portland along the Columbia River.

Portland is rich with historic old towns along with many museums and galleries. Visitors can engage themselves at the various markets, at lush green parks and theatre companies, skiing at Timberline Lodge and at the Oregon's spectacular ocean beaches. Visitors can enjoy walking tours of the downtown area and get the spectacular view of the old styled statuary, bridges, fountains and parks.

Portland has an outstanding mass transit system and is one of the most widespread and advanced in United States. Transit system includes historic trollies, cars, buses, the MAX and urban light rail. The scenic beauty of Portland can also be well enjoyed by taking a ride on the MAX train. Visitors will find special and different nightlife here. One can find world class performances of the internationally-known Oregon Symphony, ballet dances, Shakespeare plays, modern dance, Broadway musicals and many more.

Portland has got Oregon Zoo concerts which deal with music for all kinds of listeners. The Rose City is the home of the Trail Blazers basketball team, and also has hockey and baseball for sports fans. Portland is definitely a place where visitors can spend their vacation relaxed with beautiful tourist spots to explore and a place that nobody forgets.

City of Portland History: It was Lewis and Clark who mapped the Oregon country in 1804 after he left St Louis. They prepared reports describing the placid climate and fertile farming lands and lush green forests. They stayed only for couple winters in the Pacific Northwest and they returned back to Washington D.C. Their report created great interests in many people.

In 1843, William Overton and Asa Lovejoy found Portland when they were floating down the Willamette River in a canoe. They were wonder struck with the scenic beauty of the mountains and many trees. Since Overton didn’t have enough money to file a land, he had to sell half of his 640 acre to Lovejoy for 25 cents. They were the first ones to clear the land and construct roads and buildings. But Overton moved from there by selling half of his share to Francis Pettygrove.

In 1845 Asa Lovejoy and Francis Pettygrove named it as Portland by flipping a coin, following an argument on the name. Since Lovejoy was from Massachusetts, he wanted to name the new settlement Boston but Pettygrove was from Maine and wanted to name the new town Portland. Pettygrove won the coin toss two out of three times and the rest as they say is history.

In 1849 Portland opened its first Post Office and its believed that the steam sawmill’s whistle could be heard as far away as Fort Vancouver. In 1850 Congress passed the Oregon Land Act, which entitled every man or woman to 320 acres.

Portland was incorporated in 1851 and it has grown into the second largest city in the Northwest. The very first occupation of people included fishing, cutting timber and producing lumber, agriculture especially wheat and raising cattle for market. Since Portland was close to railroads and rivers it soon became a major transportation hub.

Railroad in Oregon began with the Oregon and California railroad in1869 by Ben Holladay. But Holladay didn’t have enough capital to continue the project, thus Henry Villard taking control of the project. He extended it as far as Ashland, which was finally opened to California after Southern Pacific took over construction.

Union Depot was built in 1894, which to date serves all of Portland’s incoming and outgoing trains. Portland grew fairly after the Civil war in all sectors especially in exporting fish and wheat to California and many other countries. This led to farmers demanding good roads for better roads to haul their goods to Portland for shipment.

Origin was previously known as Oregon Territory and extended from California to Canada. It became the 33rd state to join the Union in 1859. The Oregon Territory stretched east to the Rocky Mountains from the Pacific Ocean. The Territory encompassed what are now the states of Washington, Idaho and Montana.

City of Portland Geography: Portland is situated 20 feet from sea level and lies at the meeting of beautiful Columbia and Willamette Rivers. Portland’s skyline has its major view dominated by two volcanoes, Mount St. Helens situated northeast of Portland and Mount Hood to the east.

Portland is situated at the north end of Willamette Valley and has variety of agricultural lands. Due to the high ground water level, irrigation is widely used to raise cannery crops, berries, and pastures.

Portland Climate: Portland has primarily got three seasons: winter, autumn and a short summer. Winters are found to have frequent rains with 90 percent rain occurring in months from October to May. Winter in Portland is characterized with mild temperatures and rains. There are occasional outbreaks of cold artic air which brings freezing wind and rain and sometimes snow occurs over eastern and northern Portland. Snow does not accumulate more than two inches and doesn’t stay longer than two days. During this period the temperature rarely falls below zero degree and maximum temperature rises to 40s during the day and fall back to 30s at night.

Spring brings the transition from winter to summer. Hence the month of March and April are wet and cool, while May and June are rather dry. Temperature may vary from 60 -90s range and one can find many clouds in May and June months. Summer arrives by end or middle of month June. The temperature during this period can reach 80’s. While summers are warm here, they don’t last long before the cool marine air arrives with temperatures in the 70s.

Autumn comes in the month of September accompanied by warm days. Rains start by mid of October and brings cooler temperatures arrive, with afternoon highs in the 50s and 60s. Fog begins to occur on a nightly basis during late October and November, with visibilities often less than one mile.

Portland Attractions:

The Oregon Zoo: Oregon zoo is a favorite spot for visitors and residents alike. The zoo which has won several awards features many exhibits, such as the Great Northwest exhibit, with mountain goats in the Cascade Crest area, Stellar's sea lions, sea otters and ocean fish in the Stellar Cove area, and the Trillium Creek family farm, which includes domestic, pettable animals in a farmyard setting. There are many other exhibits, such as the African Forest, African Savanna, and the Asian elephant area for visitors to enjoy.

The exhibit is available from late May through August. There is a small additional fee to tour the exhibit, part of which funds the zoo butterfly conservation and education efforts.

Pioneer Courthouse Square: Located at SW Broadway and Yamhill in downtown Portland, Pioneer Courthouse Square is a favorite place of Portlanders. It was previously a hotel site which then became a parking lot. The City then purchased it and redeveloped it as urban open space for everybody to have fun.

Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI): OMSI features interactive learning for kids and adults. With six exhibit halls, the USS Blueback submarine, the OMNIMAX theater a science store and the planetarium and visitors would require almost two days to see all of them.

It is located on the east side of the Willamette River and is a good place to visit during Portland's inclement weather. Science Playground and Discovery Lab focus on early education and is designed for the very young scientist.

The Turbine Hall includes creative and innovative uses of technology. There are exhibit of many applications which we see in our day to day life. There are chemistry and physics lab and the kids as well as adults would enjoy seeing the exhibits.

Tom McCall Waterfront Park: This Waterfront Park is located along the western edge of the Willamette River in downtown Portland. The park is approximately 1 1/2 miles and joggers, sightseers walkers, strollers, fisherman, cyclists, rollerblades and families all share the walkways, majestic views of Mt. Hood and the lush green grass of one of Portland's favorite parks.

During the months of spring and summer many events are scheduled here. These include Rose Festival activities, Waterfront Blues, The Bite, the Brewers Festival and many more. The Salmon Street Springs fountain is a favorite place to relax or watch children dance through the changing waters.

Japanese Garden at Washington Park: This Japanese garden was designed by Takuma in 1963 for a special place to walk and enjoy the tranquility of the central focus, stones, water and plants being the main features. This is a 5 acre garden which has got five traditional gardens along with ceremonial tea pavilion.

International Rose Test Garden: Visitors can find more than 8,000 rose bushes. It is one of the oldest official, continuously-operated, public rose test garden in the United States. Visitors and residents are allowed to experience the beauty of the flowers that gave Portland its nickname - City of Roses.


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