We’re doubling down on the uniquely PDX things you love about the Portland International Airport.
Over the next five years, a series of transformative projects will bring more Pacific Northwest-inspired architecture, local restaurants and shops, inclusive design, and carbon footprint-reducing technology.
What’s it going to look like? We’re here to show you all the magical stuff happening behind the scenes.
Here’s how the action will unfold over the next few years
Pssst … want to see something cool? Local architects have unveiled new designs for the airport’s main terminal. It’s spacious, flexible and green, with plenty of Pacific Northwest character.
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Hard hats on and sleeves rolled: In early April, we closed the Clocktower Plaza for good so that our crew of 1,250 pros can get to work on bringing the PDX Next vision to live.
B gets bigger and brighter, with brunch star Screen Door and specialty roaster Good Coffee adding more Oregon flavor to the new daylight-filled digs.
You’ll get in and out of PDX faster when we open a new basecamp for car rentals and parking, complete with more close-in spots and flexibility for future modes of transit.
Rideshare riders, rejoice: You’ll find your driver painlessly in the new dedicated pickup center for services like Lyft and Uber. This helps reduce congestion for everyone else, too.
If you work at PDX, your commute gets easier as employee shuttles to and from the airport get even speedier.
Walk into the spacious and green new main terminal, where you’ll find it easy to get to your gate thanks to expanded security checkpoints, an intuitive layout, and more local places to eat and shop.