LaTrelle’s is a family company that manages the Stumptown Coffee locations at PDX.
Ryan Temple, of Portland’s Sustainable Northwest Wood, sourced wood from Northwest tribal lands and forests for the new ceiling at PDX.
As PDX demolishes part of the main terminal this spring, here are 5 steps we’re taking to reduce the construction sound.
When PDX’s new main terminal opens in 2024, a familiar sight will greet you: the much-loved 1988 carpet.
Open in November 2021, the new car rental complex at the Portland Airport makes it easier, and faster, to drive away.
95 percent of the wood for the Portland airport’s new roof comes from local, sustainably managed forests such as these four farms.
To shape the wood beams and plywood panels on the main terminal’s curvy new roof, it took complex software and a team of hundreds.
The Tacoma artist’s installation in Concourse B appears to move alongside you.
Wonder who’s behind those hugging rainclouds and skateboarding fir trees?
This veteran business leader believes the best part of being a contractor is helping people.
As many vaccinated folks are returning to the skies, construction disruptions are starting to feel real at PDX.
Crews have come up with some pretty ingenious solutions to build the airport's iconic new roof.
The Portland creative took inspiration from architectural models and blueprints for his latest work.
A Portland artist shares an illustrated story about how the airport is changing.
Construction workers have been solving problems by fabricating full-scale mockups.
See what the Portland International Airport’s going to look like in 2025.
Curious what we've got in the works? This quick guide is for you.
The architects behind new PDX designs have built remarkable models by hand, as they fine-tune plans for the main terminal.
Before there can be an airport, there must be an airport model.
A few of the people, places and passions inspiring what's next at the airport.
A fresh vision brings more Pacific Northwest character to the heart of the airport.
Designers, builders and creatives show us around this milestone airport addition.
Her remarkable new installation will open in the bigger and brighter Concourse B in summer 2021.
It took a dedicated creative community four years to build a new home for Southwest Airlines at PDX.
Contemporary artist Jacob Hashimoto has shown his work everywhere from Los Angeles and Chicago to Italy and Finland. But one of his next major installations lands in a less obvious venue: Not a modern art museum but the Portland International Airport.
Not every city has an affinity for its airport. But Portland isn’t just any city. And PDX isn’t just any airport.
Nearly every airline passenger has a “just barely made it” story. You probably do, too. Maybe you were dashing through the concourse with your kids as you heard the last call for boarding.
Weird Trivia From 1988, When Concourse A Was (Almost) Cool
If you’ve spent a couple of hours waiting in line for Portland’s most popular buttermilk-battered chicken and sweet potato waffles, then we’ve got good news: Your favorite brunch spot has unveiled plans for an outpost at PDX. And better yet, you won’t have to miss your flight to indulge.
Saying goodbye to Concourse A is bittersweet. We’ve had plenty of memorable times here, and we’re sure you have some stories to share, too.