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#4 Portland, OR

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Portland International Airport (PDX) tops the AFC survey for
its transportation options—plenty of people movers between concourses, and an easy hop onto the
city’s light-rail system, which goes downtown. You can also do some good shopping (No. 6), without the usual fears of airport inflation. PDX promises no sales
tax and “fair retail pricing”—with an emphasis on local brands such as Nike and
Powell’s Books.

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#4 Portland, OR

Portland International Airport (PDX) tops the AFC survey for
its transportation options—plenty of people movers between concourses, and an easy hop onto the
city’s light-rail system, which goes downtown. You can also do some good shopping (No. 6), without the usual fears of airport inflation. PDX promises no sales
tax and “fair retail pricing”—with an emphasis on local brands such as Nike and
Powell’s Books.

See all the 2009 America’s Favorite Cities survey results!

Vote in the 2010 America’s Favorite Cities survey!

Courtesy of PDX

America's Best and Worst Airports 2010

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