Airports in Oregon

When talking about Oregon airports, basically there’s only one priority airport for passengers. PDX handles more than 20 million passengers each year, and it’s been named as 19th best rated airport in the world. Other airports are regional, connecting Oregon cities with other West Coast cities. Alaska Airlines is the common carrier in those smaller airports in Oregon. To better understand where each airport is located, make sure to check our map of airports in Oregon at the end of the post.

List of airports

Portland International Airport – IATA Code – PDX (~ 20 M Passengers)

Portland International Airport, popularly known as PDX, is the largest airport in Oregon. It handles about 20 M passengers each year. Most of them are done via Alaska Airlines, American and Delta. Besides US routes, PDX has regular flights to Canada, Europe and Mexico. Moreover, the airport is consistently ranked as a top US airport by various polls. PDX is located about 17 km NE of Portland downtown. Getting there can be done via TRIMET public services, shuttles and taxis.

Eugene Airport – IATA Code – EUG

  • Also Called: Mahlon Sweet Field
  • Nearby city(s): Eugene (11 km)
  • Airline(s): Alaska Airlines, American, Delta

Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport – IATA Code – MFR

  • Nearby city(s): Medford (5.5 km)
  • Airline(s): Alaska Airlines, American, Delta

Redmond Municipal Airport – IATA Code – RDM

  • Also Called: Roberts Field
  • Nearby city(s): Redmond (4 km)
  • Airline(s): Alaska Airlines, Allegiant Air, Delta

Southwest Oregon Regional Airport – IATA Code – OTH

  • Also Called: North Bend Municipal
  • Nearby city(s): North Bend (2 km)
  • Airline(s): United Express

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