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Cheap round-trip flights to Oregon

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Why You Should Take a Flight to Oregon

With a huge range of landscapes, covering everything from rugged coastline, lush forest and barren desert, it’s no surprise that the outdoor lifestyle is a big part of life in Oregon. Go hiking through the mountains, admire the majestic Painted Hills or hang out with hipsters in Portland.


When to Book Flights to Oregon

The summer months are high tourism season in Oregon and at this time it is highly recommended to book your flight, accommodation and car rental in advance. Visit in the rainy season, from October through to May, and booking ahead is not so important and flight prices are lower. Guide-Flights

Oregon has a reputation for slightly unpredictable weather. Yes, it rains, but you’re also just as likely to get caught in a heatwave. Then again, even in summer, temperatures can drop at night. So, it’s best to pack for a range of eventualities whatever time of year you visit.


How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Oregon

To find the biggest choice of bargain flights to Oregon, search with Orbitz. Enter your preferred departure and arrival airports into the search bars, choose your dates and number of travelers, then click through to see your cheap flight options. If you have any further requirements, use the filters on the left side of the page to select specific airlines, departure and arrival times, and more.

You can vary your search by airport and date to find the cheapest flights to Oregon. Just click the ‘Nearby airports’ button under the search bar, or the ‘Show flexible dates’ button above your flight results and you can see all the great deals available across a range of options.


Main Airports in Oregon

  • Eugene Airport (EUG)

Also known as Mahlon Sweet Field, this regional hub is located just outside the city of Eugene and is the fifth largest in the Pacific Northwest. There are regular flights from a number of carriers including Alaska Airlines, United Airlines and Delta Connection.

  • Portland International Airport (PDX)

More than a million people walk through its doors every year, and there are plenty of services in the form of free Wi-Fi, a well-equipped business center and retail outlets. The airport also features easy and accessible parking options and special assistance for people with disabilities.

  • North Bend (OTH)

One of the two commercial airports on the Oregon coast, it is served by regular flights from United Airlines. United Express also runs a service between both San Francisco and Portland.


Which Airlines Fly to Oregon?

A choice of domestic carriers offer cheap flights to Oregon’s major airports from around the US.

These include:

  • Alaska Airlines
  • United Airlines
  • Delta Connection
  • American Eagle

How to Get to and Around Oregon

If you are flying into one of Oregon’s airports, then there are good hire car options available for onward travel. Driving is a great way of getting around, giving you the freedom to get off the beaten track and explore some of the state’s pristine wilderness.

It takes about 90 minutes to drive from Portland to Cannon Beach and about three hours from Portland to Bend. However, for longer journeys within the state it may be more convenient to fly.

Train travel Is possible within the state but you are advised to book Amtrak tickets in advance, as space is limited. Regional and national rail passes can make train travel more affordable.

Bus services are also available from Greyhound and other providers.


Places to Visit in Oregon

Crater Lake

The main feature in the park of the same name, this vast blue stretch of water fills a volcanic caldera to a depth of more than 650 meters, making it one of the deepest in the world and the deepest in the US. With no rivers flowing into it, evaporation is countered by the annual snowmelt from the mountains.

Portland

The largest city in the state and a hub for hip young things, craft beer and independent music. It’s a major city, one of the 25 biggest in the US, but its tree-lined streets and low cost of living make it feel more like a small town.

Painted Hills

Millions of years of history are revealed in the colorful exposed layers of the Painted Hills. Striations of yellow, gold, brown, red and black are ever changing thanks to moisture content, creating a true natural spectacle.


Tips and Tricks for Traveling in Oregon

Oregon spans two time zones, Pacific Time and Mountain Time, which are an hour apart. These local time zones change when Daylight Saving Time begins.

 

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