Portland International Jetport (PWM) is a public airport that is located just west of downtown Portland in Cumberland County, Maine. This airport is one of the busiest in the state and has been known to handle more than 1.6 million passengers per year. When you are ready to see the sights of America s historic northeast, then it is time to make plans to fly to PWM.
In 2011, the facility completed $75 million dollar renovations in order to expand the terminal for better customer support and service, as well as the opportunity for the airport to provide more amenities to their loyal passengers.
Portland International Jetport (PWM) was originally founded by Dr. Clifford Kip Strange in the 1920s. He used the facility to store his JN-4 Jenny Biplane.
Several years later, the city of Portland purchased the airfield and gave the airport a new name, Portland-Westbrook Municipal Airport. The airport began offering jet flights in 1968 which allowed for the first nonstop flight beyond Boston.
Portland is the largest city in Maine and boasts some family attractions such as the Old Port and the Children's Museum and Theater. A trip would not be complete without a visit to the Portland Observatory.
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