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Portland is charmingly quirky – from its food cart culture to street art, you can have as much fun just pounding the pavement in one of its many interesting neighborhoods as you can visiting its beautiful parks, taking advantage of tax-free shopping at local boutiques, or enjoying the plethora of adult beverages brewed in the area. While to some people Portland offers the comforts and variety of most metropolitan meccas, to others, it’s can be a haven from regular city life – after all, it’s surrounded by mountains, forests and the Oregon Coast. There’s also a refreshing sense of community, numerous friendly faces and continuous focus on sustainability that just makes you feel good about being here.
If you’re visiting for business or pleasure, venture into the Pearl District, 23rd Avenue, Mississippi Street, Alberta, Sellwood or one of Portland’s other acclaimed neighborhoods. Highlights include Powell’s Books (floors and floors of books), Forest Park, and the Portland Art Museum. If you have time for a day trip, drive to Cannon Beach, through the Columbia River Gorge, or to the Willamette Valley for wine tasting; you’ll enjoy the views as much as the activities.
The Northwest is bountiful as well as beautiful, and has quickly earned the appreciation of foodies from around the world. Rain or shine, there’s always time to fill your belly with locally-sourced fare at a vast array of venues. If you’re overwhelmed with where to start in a foodie’s paradise, there are food tours that will take you through popular neighborhoods and hangouts to sample the brilliant fare that has cropped up in PDX. Or dive mouth-first in to one of many food cart communities or the Farmer’s Market in Pioneer square.
Portland is riddled with everything from small local breweries to upscale rooftop bars where you can meet your friends and associates. For the distinguished palate, microbreweries are located all over the city, and Distillery Row has several small-batch distilleries producing craft spirits for your tasting pleasure. If wine-tasting is more your forte, the lush Willamette Valley just south of Portland spans well over 3,400,000 acres and houses more than 400 wineries.
You can’t visit Portland without stopping by its famous International Rose Test Garden or the Japanese Gardens. The Rose City is also home to one of the largest urban parks in the world (Forest Park), which makes for a great stroll on a summer morning. If you’re looking to do something a bit more strenuous, hike or windsurf in the Columbia Gorge or climb Mt. Hood. The Oregon Coast is just a couple hours away by car for a surf adventure or relaxing weekend. The choices are endless in the Pacific Northwest!
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The SeaPort Airlines ticket counter can be located in the main Portland International Airport terminal between the United and American Airlines counters on the departures level of the airport. Please allow yourself enough time to complete the check-in process before your flight, as check-in closes 30 minutes prior to departure.
Currently, passengers must complete check-in and baggage check at the airport ticket counter.
Passengers departing the Portland International Airport are required to go through TSA security screening. For information on what items are allowed through the checkpoint, please visit the TSA website at www.tsa.gov. Screening wait times vary, so we recommend all passengers allow themselves plenty of time to complete the screening process.
Please remember that hazardous materials are not allowed in your baggage or on board the aircraft.
Short- and long-term parking are available at the airport for a fee. Car rentals, shuttles, taxis and ride-sharing are also available and can be booked directly with those providers. Public transportation departs directly from the airport via the Tri-Met Max light rail system.
Friends and family should pick passengers up at the lower arrivals level of the airport.