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Travel + Leisure’s Best U.S. Airports

By Everett Potter

Portland, OR, has a reputation for hipsters, but its airport makes a positive impression on all kinds of travelers thanks to quality food and shopping options and the likelihood of an on-time departure. So, if your next itinerary includes PDX—rated the nation’s No. 1 airport—consider yourself lucky.

That’s the takeaway from the results of the World’s Best Awards reader survey, which tallied votes for 67 domestic airports in six categories: flight delays; design; food and drink; shopping; check-in; and location.

Read my Travel + Leisure story on great U.S. airports that are taking the hassle out of flying.

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  1. November 27, 2013 at 12:45 pm — Reply

    Portland really does have a fantastic airport.

    If you are ever coming to Portland with a small budget, please try this website for great itineraries: http://www.portlandpicks.org

    It was created by four local students interested in promoting their fair city and the most inexpensive and fun things to do here. (It’s not a for-profit venture; just for fun).

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