Find Cheap Flights from Phoenix (PHX) to Portland (PDX)

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Phoenix to Portland Route Information

Travel Distance:1,010 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Southwest Airlines
Weekly Flights:129
Avg. Flight Duration:01.38 Hours

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Flights from Phoenix to Portland

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Airports in Phoenix

Phoenix is served by two airports - Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. The city is primarily served by Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Located 3 miles away from downtown Phoenix, it is the largest and busiest airport in Arizona and one of the largest commercial airports in the United States. The airport offers scheduled flights to all parts of the US in addition to scheduled and seasonal flights to select major destinations worldwide. Passengers can avail seamless connectivity between the airport and the city of Phoenix through rental cars, taxis, intercity and interstate shuttles, public transportation, Valley Metro Rail Connection, vans, Limousines, ride-sharing, ride sharing service providers and even bicycles.

Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, located about 20 miles away from Phoenix is a reliever airport to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, and only offers scheduled domestic flights.

Explore Portland

Portland is the largest city in the state of Oregon and the seat of Multnomah County, US. It is located at the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia rivers and is a major port of the Pacific Northwest. The city is nicknamed ‘the City of Roses’ because its climate is conducive for cultivating roses. Portland lies about 88 miles away from the active volcanic peak called Mount Hood, whose peaks provide a stunning backdrop to the city’s stellar skyline. Visitors should visit this city for its picture-perfect beauty, traditional microbreweries, and its world-class light-rail and streetcar system that ranks among the top 5 in the US.

Things to do in Portland

Pittock Mansion

Originally built for an affluent publisher named Henry Pittock in 1909, the Pittock Mansion is a 46-room French Renaissance-style estate in Portland. It is built of Tenino Sandstone. This classic mansion has featured in many movies, none more famous than a 1990s Madonna starrer film called ‘Body of Evidence.’

Lan Su Chinese Garden (formerly known as the Portland Classical Chinese Garden)

Lan Su Chinese Garden is a walled Chinese garden built around a city block in the Chinatown area of Portland. It features over a hundred trees, orchids, water plants, perennials, bamboos, across over 400 species. Some trees here are even 100 years old.

Portland Museum of Art

The Portland Museum of Art is the largest and oldest public art institution in the state of Maine. Home to the state’s largest collection of European artworks, this late 19th century museum features over 22000 artworks that date back to 18th century.

Best Time to Fly to Portland

The best time to fly to Portland is the summer season from June to August. This is the time when its gardens are in full bloom, the city is busy celebrating Portland Rose Festival and Waterfront Blues Festival.