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Portland, Maine - The Portland International Jetport today announced that United Airlines will expand their Denver service from Weekend service to Daily service starting June 4, 2020. The service will run Daily through September 7, 2020. This expanded service means United Airlines now serves four hub destinations with Daily service. The other hubs are Chicago O'Hare, New York/Newark, and Washington Dulles.
Portland International Jetport is the Airport of Choice for Maine. In 2014 the Jetport served over 1.6 million passengers. All three major airline alliances provide one-stop access to thousands of destinations around the world.
The Portland International Jetport commits to be a premier New England airport. We will provide a convenient, safe, and environmentally-conscious gateway that exceeds our travelers' expectations while reflecting the essence of the Maine experience.
Be the Airport of Choice for Maine!
Safety, Service, Teamwork, and Trust
Learn more at the links below:
Airport statistics : View passenger, cargo and flight numbers for the past several years.
Aviation data : AirNav provides free detailed aeronautical information about the Jetport
Employment : See what jobs are available with the airlines, car rental companies and security.
Frequently Asked Questions : Can I escort my elderly parents to the gate? How early should you be at the airport? Find the answers here.
History : From aerial dogfights to Northeast's “yellowbirds,” read about how we began.
Master Plan : This outlines a number of the improvements underway today.
News : Keep yourself up-to-date with the latest information about the Jetport.
Noise Study : Noise will always be a part of an airport. Learn how we're working to make things better.
DBE Program/Goal Approval : Letter from The U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration
Portland International Jetport FAA FY 2010 DBE Program
The Jetport's five-story garage offers over 2,000 parking spaces just steps from the terminal – and costs about half as much as parking at big-city airports. We also offer convenient short-term parking at a reasonable rate, and a free “Cell-Phone” Lot for pick-ups.
For current information on parking availability at the Jetport, please call our Parking Manager:
STANDARD PARKING CORP. 207-772-7028
Maximum Vehicle Height in the Garage is 7'2"
Portland International Jetport is less than ten minutes from downtown Portland, Maine's largest city, and is a convenient gateway to the primary tourist attractions of Maine.
Travelers can easily access the Jetport are via Exit 46 of I-95 (Maine Turnpike) or I-295/Exit 3 to Western Avenue, South Portland. For local traffic, the Jetport has an entrance on outer Congress Street.
Need driving directions to Portland International Jetport? Simply enter in your starting point below and directions will be provided by Google.
Maine 511 Travel Information Service - Access information regarding weather-related road conditions, construction and congestion, via the Web—24/7.
For questions or concerns regarding flight status, reservations or luggage, please contact your airline directly, as the Portland International Jetport is not responsible for airline operations.
Tickets Counters generally open two hours prior to scheduled departures.
Please arrive at your airline ticket counter 90 minutes prior to scheduled departure time.
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