Behind the scenes
Peek behind the curtains to meet the cool and creative people defining the future of travel at PDX.
Weird Trivia From 1988, When Concourse A Was (Almost) Cool

Weird Trivia From 1988, When Concourse A Was (Almost) Cool

Goodbye to A: Memories From the Concourse We’ll (Kinda) Miss

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.

Keeping Us On Track: Jermaine Boddie

Building Concourse E was a logistical puzzle. Jermaine helped solve it.

Making Construction Fun: Caitlin Powell

Caitlin's a world traveler who is really passionate about the PDX experience.

Champion for Sustainability: Pooja Kashyap

Because of Pooja, the new Concourse E is on track to achieve LEED Gold certification.

Architect Extraordinaire: Michelle Vo

Say hello to Michelle, one of the design leaders behind the new Concourse E.

Sneak Peek: Everything Cool Coming Soon to Concourse E

Not every city has an affinity for its airport. But Portland isn’t just any city. And PDX isn’t just any airport.

Pro Traveler Hacks for De-stressing and Staying Well

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.

The Least-Airport-y Food in America is About to Get Even Tastier

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.