Getting To Portland


Portland International Airport:

Travelers have named Portland International Airport (PDX) the best airport in the United States four out of the last five years in the Condé Nast Traveler Business Travel Awards. It is currently served by 14 international and domestic airlines offering more than 444 daily flights, with nonstop service to 48 cities, including New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Denver, Detroit, Atlanta, Dallas, Toronto, Amsterdam and Tokyo.  PDX serves more than 12 million passengers each year.

For more information about Portland International Airport, visit:


To get from the airport to Downtown:



The MAX light rail Red Line is the easiest way to travel to and from the airport.

The trip between the airport and downtown Portland takes about 38 minutes.

A one-way adult ticket to the convention center costs $2.40.

You can roll your luggage on board.

The MAX station and ticket machines are located on the lower level, next to the south baggage claim area.

For complete schedules and more information, visit


The average taxi fare from the airport to downtown is approximately $35 before gratuity.
  The one-way trip takes 20-30 minutes.



The Blue Star Downtown Airport Express runs every 30 minutes and costs $14 one-way and $24 round-trip to downtown and Lloyd Center/Convention Center hotels.



The airport is located nine miles north of downtown Portland; a 20-30 minute drive from the Oregon Convention Center.

Take Airport Way to I-205 South

Turn right onto I-205 South

Follow to I-84 West exit

Follow I-84 to Portland