Go by Plane Airports

Flying into the award-winning Portland International Airport? Planning to arrive via one of our smaller regional stops? Get information on your arrival, departure or ultimate itinerary.

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  • Portland (PDX)

    PDX serves as Oregon’s largest airport and offers many nonstop domestic flights from Portland to various destinations.

  • Eugene (EUG)

    EUG, also known as Mahlon Sweet Field, is owned and operated by the City of Eugene. It is the fifth-largest airport in the Pacific Northwest, providing commercial air service to a six-county region in mid-Oregon.

  • North Bend (OTH)

    OTH is one of two commercial airports on the Oregon Coast and is served by United Airlines (Skywest). United Express offers service to San Francisco International Airport and Portland International Airport.

  • Medford (MFR)

    MFR is the third largest commercial service airport in Oregon. Situated in the beautiful Rogue Valley. Commercial air service is provided by  Horizon Air;  United Express and Delta Connection, offered by Sky West, and Allegiant Air.

  • Pendleton (PDT)

    PDT is a hassle free, convenient and affordable option for business and leisure travel. SeaPort Air offers daily scheduled flights from PDT.

  • Redmond (RDM)

    RDM is owned and operated by the City of Redmond. Commerical service is provided by Alaska Air, United, United Express, Delta Connection and Allegiant.

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