Cheap Flights to Oregon

Characterized by snow-capped mountain peaks, lush forests, arid plains, and rugged Pacific coastline, the state of Oregon is a prime destination for adventurous travellers. Outdoor recreation isn't all that this state has to offer, however. The city of Portland, with its vibrant downtown core, remains one of the state's most popular destinations. Comparing cheap flights to Oregon is easy with Skyscanner's flight search. You can even compare flight prices across a range of possible departure dates using the Whole Month search filter.

Airlines That Fly to Oregon

Air Canada and Alaska Airlines are the only air service providers offering direct flights from Canada to Oregon. Connecting flights are provided by American airlines, Delta Air Lines, and several other major carriers. For more information about airlines flying to Oregon, click here.

Best Time to Fly to Oregon

Oregon experiences four distinct seasons, with hot, dry summers, pleasant spring and autumn months, and relatively mild winters. That said, the state is known for being rainy, and the wet summers aren't uncommon. It's always best to check the weather forecast before booking a trip to Oregon -- especially if you plan to enjoy outdoor activities.

While sightseeing opportunities abound year-round, the most popular time of year to visit Oregon is during the summer months (June to August), when the weather is most pleasant and the state's outdoor festivals are in full swing. You can expect to pay more for flights and hotels during these months than you would during the off-peak season, but you can usually find some good deals if you book well in advance.

The best time of year to visit Oregon, if you want to save on flight and hotel costs, is during the mild spring or fall months. If your travel date is already set, you can use the Price Alert tool to monitor fluctuations in air ticket prices so you can be sure to book the lowest possible fare.

Airports in Oregon

There are six airports in Oregon that handle regular scheduled commercial flights. The three busiest airports are Eugene Airport, Portland International Airport, and Rouge Valley International-Medford Airport.

Portland International Airport (PDX) is Oregon's busiest airport. Located 19 kilometres to the northeast of downtown Portland, the airport is a major hub for Alaska airlines and Horizon Air. Portland International Airport is served by a light rail service operated by TriMet, as well as local taxi services, limousines, Amtrak trains (Union Station), coach lines, and several car hire agencies.

Eugene Airport (EUG) is situated approximately 11 kilometres northwest of Eugene. The airport primarily serves regional carriers such as American Eagle, Delta Connection, and United Express. Transportation to the city centre is provided by city buses operated by the Lane Transit District (LTD). Other ground transportation options at Eugene airport are coach lines, taxis, limousines, and rental cars.

Rouge Valley International-Medford Airport (MFR) is located approximately 5 kilometres to the north of downtown Medford. It is the main airport serving southwest Oregon. Ground transportation links are located at the curbside outside of the arrivals terminal and include public buses operated by Rouge Valley Transportation, limos, and shared rides, and taxis. Among the reputable car rental agencies operating at Rouge Valley International-Medford Airport are Budget, Enterprise, and Hertz.

What to See and Do in Oregon

The vibrant city of Portland remains Oregon's biggest tourist draw. Here, visitors to the state will find an extensive network of parks and gardens, which have earned the city the nickname "City of Roses." Other points of interest in Portland are the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, St. John's Bridge, and Oaks Amusement Park. Another popular tourist destination is the state's capital city, Salem. The city boasts several important landmarks, including the Oregon State Capitol Building, the Mahonia Hall, and the Historic Deepwood Estate. Other not-to-be-missed stops around the state are Willamette Valley wine country and the city of Powell, which is home to the world's largest independent bookstore, City of Books.

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