You've probably already noticed some construction at the airport and some hints of what's to come. Over the next few years, you'll see more changes, as we update and upgrade to deliver a convenient, comfortable, uniquely PDX experience for travelers and employees now and into the future.
Here’s what you can expect over the next five years.
Look forward to more comfortable places to sit, and nine new dining and shopping options, when the new Concourse E extension opens in June 2020 and the new Concourse B opens in 2021. Did we mention the faster WI-FI and additional power outlets for charging your phone and laptop?
We're adding 2,400 new close-in parking spaces and bringing all rental car operations on-site by 2021. Yay - no more rental car shuttles!
In 2023, we're opening a dedicated space for ride share pick up so it will be easier to find your driver and the roadway will be less crowded.
Great views of Mount Hood are coming to PDX next summer! In June 2020, Southwest Airlines is moving to the bright new Concourse E extension at PDX. Look forward to six new restaurants and shops and a new permanent art installation by artist Jacob Hashimoto.
We're opening a newly renovated and expanded Concourse B for Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air in 2021. Say goodbye to the low ceilings, dim lights and crowded hold rooms of Concourse A, and hello to spacious and light-filled rooms on the new Concourse B.
We’re excited to announce a new permanent art exhibit coming to Concourse E in summer 2020. This new installation will be created by Jacob Hashimoto, an artist raised in the Pacific Northwest. Watch this video to learn more about Jacob and why he loves PDX.