Question : If speed is all that matters, how can you get to Portland as quickly as possible?
Answer : If you're able to take the fastest direct flight (which is offered by JetBlue Airways), you can leave JFK at 8:39 PM EST and get to PDX at 11:59 PM PST (20 minutes). Remember, there is a three-hour time difference.
Question : Do prices fluctuate more for this route than others?
Answer : Prices for JFK to PDX do fluctuate a lot more than the majority of routes. The further out you book a route, the more likely you are to save.
Question : How does New York to Portland stack up against the rest of the world in overall promptness?
Answer : JFK to PDX currently scores 2.4 out of a possible 5 stars in promptness. This score combines both the number of delayed flights and total delayed minutes. With 2.4 stars, you should plan on being extra flexible with your arrival plans.
Question : Will you do what it takes to get the absolute lowest-cost flight?
Answer : In February, Wednesday is your cheapest day to fly. Flexibility is paramount when booking travel plans in order to keep costs down.
Question : Do some days of the week have more flight times than others?
Answer : With eight total flight time options, Monday provides the most flexibility from JFK to PDX. Note that Wednesday offers the least number of options with three flight times.
Question : Do travelers from New York typically stay in Portland for very long?
Answer : The average time spent in Portland by travelers flying from JFK is six days.
Question : Who struggles with getting their passengers to Portland International Airport (PDX) on time?
Answer : If you decide to book your flight with FedEx, keep an eye on your departure time. Over the past month, FedEx flights from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Portland International Airport (PDX) are delayed 100% of the time.