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Amazing Delta IAH to PDX Flight Deals

The cheapest flights to Portland Intl. found within the past 7 days were $205 round trip and $109 one way. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

FAQs about Delta Air Lines Flights from IAH to PDX

What terminal is Delta Air Lines at Houston Airport?

You should find out which terminal Delta Air Lines leaves from at Houston, TX Airport (IAH-George Bush Intercontinental) when you receive your ticket. The same applies to information regarding your arrival at Portland, OR Airport (PDX-Portland Intl.). If you can't locate those details, consult your airline.

Are there Delta Air Lines non-stop flights from IAH to PDX?

Unfortunately, there are no direct flights between Houston, TX Airport (IAH-George Bush Intercontinental) and Portland, OR Airport (PDX-Portland Intl.) with Delta Air Lines. Be prepared to make a stopover if you need to stick to this particular airline and route.

How long is a Delta Air Lines flight from IAH to PDX?

Bring that book you've been eager to read. A flight from Houston, TX Airport (IAH-George Bush Intercontinental) to Portland, OR Airport (PDX-Portland Intl.) with Delta Air Lines takes around 7 hours and 26 minutes. It'll be enough time to lose yourself in the gripping storyline.

How many direct and indirect flights does Delta Air Lines fly from IAH to PDX?

You'll have a choice of approximately 4 flights each day with Delta Air Lines from Houston, TX (IAH-George Bush Intercontinental) to Portland, OR (PDX-Portland Intl.).

Flying Tips & Tricks How do I find my flight number?
  • When you've completed your booking, take a look in your inbox for your itinerary. Your flight number is in this document. You shouldn't have too many problems identifying it — just keep your eyes peeled for a code consisting of numbers and letters. The first one to two letters and digit are called an IATA airline code and represent the airline you're traveling with. Following this are one, two, three or four figures which make up your flight number.
How early can you check bags for a flight?
  • Check-in and baggage drop times can vary between airlines. But if you're taking an international flight, aim to be at the airport terminal three hours before departure. Traveling domestically? Normally, you can check your bags in one to two hours before takeoff. Don't be late — check-in generally closes an hour before departure for international flights and 45 minutes before for domestic ones.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.