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To improve your travel experience, we’re demolishing Concourse A at PDX. Starting November 14, 2019, Alaska Airlines flights will depart from Concourse C.
Why is this happening?
After 31 years, it’s time to say goodbye forever to Concourse A, which we built as a temporary structure in 1988. We’re opening a newly expanded and renovated Concourse B for Alaska and Horizon at PDX in Summer 2021.
How will this impact my travel experience?
If you were a frequent Concourse A traveler, you will pass through security as usual at PDX. After security, however, you will turn right instead of left and head toward the far west end of Concourse C to find your Alaska/Horizon gate.
We recommend arriving to PDX a little early to adjust to the change. Look out for new signs and volunteers to help you along the way.
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