Cheap flights to Portland, ME

WAS — PWM
2 Oct — 9 Oct1
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Flights to Portland, ME in 2023

Flight route prices based on searches on Cheapflights within the last 3 days, monthly prices based on aggregated historical data.

Popular in

February

Cheapest in

January

Average price

C$ 838

Round-trip from

C$ 383

One-way from

C$ 264
High demand for flights, 18% potential price rise
Best time to find cheap flights, 11% potential price drop
Average for round-trip flights in September 2023
From Toronto to Portland
One-way flight from Toronto to Portland (PWM)

Cheap flights to Portland, ME in September & October 2023

The best prices found for PWM flights for September, October
The below flights offer some of the lowest fares to Portland in September and October 2023. If these deals fall outside of your budget, be sure to come back soon as prices update often.

Portland, ME 2023 flight deals

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One-way flights to Portland, ME

The cheapest one-way flights to Portland, ME
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C$ 383 - C$ 671

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Return

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Toronto Pearson IntlPortland

YYZ - PWM

YYZPWM

Toronto Pearson Intl

Thu 2/11

1 stop18h 15m

Portland

Fri 3/11

1 stop6h 32m

C$ 383

Toronto Pearson IntlPortland

YYZ - PWM

YYZPWM

Toronto Pearson Intl

Thu 26/10

1 stop7h 02m

Portland

Thu 2/11

1 stop7h 53m

C$ 391

Toronto Pearson IntlPortland

YYZ - PWM

YYZPWM

Toronto Pearson Intl

Sun 22/10

1 stop4h 15m

Portland

Tue 24/10

1 stop7h 42m

C$ 393

Toronto Pearson IntlPortland

YYZ - PWM

YYZPWM

Toronto Pearson Intl

Thu 2/11

2 stops8h 35m

Portland

Fri 3/11

1 stop8h 27m

C$ 403

Toronto Pearson IntlPortland

YYZ - PWM

YYZPWM

Toronto Pearson Intl

Thu 26/10

3 stops52h 50m

Portland

Thu 2/11

2 stops20h 09m

C$ 511

Toronto Pearson IntlPortland

YYZ - PWM

YYZPWM

Toronto Pearson Intl

Thu 26/10

2 stops32h 55m

Portland

Thu 2/11

1 stop22h 47m

C$ 538

Toronto Pearson IntlPortland

YYZ - PWM

YYZPWM

Toronto Pearson Intl

Sat 14/10

1 stop5h 47m

Portland

Mon 16/10

1 stop7h 10m

C$ 567

Toronto Pearson IntlPortland

YYZ - PWM

YYZPWM

Toronto Pearson Intl

Sun 22/10

1 stop4h 15m

Portland

Tue 24/10

2 stops8h 12m

C$ 650

Toronto Pearson IntlPortland

YYZ - PWM

YYZPWM

Toronto Pearson Intl

Wed 11/10

2 stops29h 17m

Portland

Fri 20/10

1 stop5h 52m

C$ 671

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Reviews of airlines servicing Portland

Read through reviews of airlines servicing Portland, such as Air Canada, United Airlines and American Airlines. You can also see how each airline stacks up in terms of entertainment options, comfort, food, crew/service, and boarding process.
Delta
7.9
Good
3,021 reviews

Boarding

8.0

Comfort

7.9

Overall

7.9

Entertainment

7.8

Crew

8.5

Food

7.2

Reviews

1 / 10

It would be nice if there were cold drinks on the planes. Warm or no beer and no ice.

Delta
7.9
Good
3,021 reviews
Delta
7.9
Good
3,021 reviews

Boarding

8.0

Comfort

7.9

Overall

7.9

Entertainment

7.8

Crew

8.5

Food

7.2

Reviews

1 / 10

It would be nice if there were cold drinks on the planes. Warm or no beer and no ice.

United Airlines
7.4
Good
1,890 reviews
Delta
7.9
Good
3,021 reviews

Boarding

8.0

Comfort

7.9

Overall

7.9

Entertainment

7.8

Crew

8.5

Food

7.2

Reviews

1 / 10

It would be nice if there were cold drinks on the planes. Warm or no beer and no ice.

American Airlines
7.2
Good
2,635 reviews
Delta
7.9
Good
3,021 reviews

Boarding

8.0

Comfort

7.9

Overall

7.9

Entertainment

7.8

Crew

8.5

Food

7.2

Reviews

1 / 10

It would be nice if there were cold drinks on the planes. Warm or no beer and no ice.

WestJet
7.2
Good
918 reviews
Delta
7.9
Good
3,021 reviews

Boarding

8.0

Comfort

7.9

Overall

7.9

Entertainment

7.8

Crew

8.5

Food

7.2

Reviews

1 / 10

It would be nice if there were cold drinks on the planes. Warm or no beer and no ice.

Air Canada
6.7
Okay
969 reviews
Delta
7.9
Good
3,021 reviews

Boarding

8.0

Comfort

7.9

Overall

7.9

Entertainment

7.8

Crew

8.5

Food

7.2

Reviews

1 / 10

It would be nice if there were cold drinks on the planes. Warm or no beer and no ice.

When is the best time to fly to Portland, ME?

Average Portland, ME flight ticket prices and weather conditions for 2023 and 2024 by month

YTO - PWM

Price

C$ 354 - C$ 1,965

PWM

Temperature

-5 - 20 °C

PWM

Rainfall

73 - 115 mm

When is the best time to book a flight to Portland?

To ensure you get the cheapest price possible for a flight to Portland, you should look to book at least 48 days in advance of your intended travel date. The price of your flight may increase if you delay and leave booking until a week or so before departure.

Which day is cheapest to fly to Portland?

At the moment, Tuesday is the most economical day to take a flight to Portland. Friday is likely to be the most costly.

What time of day is cheapest to fly to Portland?

At the moment, flights at noon are likely to offer the best value for money for your Portland trip. A flight in the morning will more often than not be of higher cost.

Breathe in the crisp, ocean air, and feel the essence of the quintessential New England locale when you arrive in Portland. Flights to Portland land travellers in Maine’s biggest city. A fine blend of laid-back environment paired with a lively waterfront and stunning 19th century atmosphere conceives a multi-faceted downtown, perfect for day trips or week-long getaways. 

For the bohemian traveller, head to the romantic downtown area characterized by the old seaside ports, restored brick buildings, and bustling cafes, shops, and bars. Galleries filled with ocean-inspired art line cobblestone streets, and Victorian neighbourhoods bring travellers booking flights to Portland straight back to tea parties and parlours. The cobblestones and bricks are here for a reason: In the late 1800s, fires ravaged the city and left thousands of residents homeless. Vowing to never let it happen again, the community rebuilt Portland completely in stone to safeguard it. Now, beautiful array of cobblestone rock, cobblestone, and brick, establish the feel of New England.

Portland climate

New England offers four very distinct seasons that entice travellers to book flights to Portland all year round. Depending on when you plan your Portland flights, you will be in for a unique experience. Between November and March, snow falls and temperatures drop to around 7 degrees Celsius, and sometimes below freezing levels. From April to June, it escalates to around 13 degrees C, and after that, June, July, and August roast in over 30 degrees, which makes for perfect conditions to linger portside. Spanning the length of September – October, fall lures people to book flights to Portland to catch glimpses of the unforgettable vivid views of foliage.

Getting around Portland

It’s easy to get from Portland to surrounding cities. From the Greyhound Terminal you can get to and from Vermont, Boston, Hartford and New York City every day. Other buses can take you to Brunswick, Lewiston, Augusta, Waterville, Bangor or Bar Harbour. The Amtrak trains also run between Portland and Boston several times a day. Trips take only two hours, which is much quicker than the buses. Ferry cruises leave Portland for Bailey Island or Nova Scotia several times a week in the summer. If you’re heading into Canada, don’t forget to bring your passport. For travel within Portland, cars and motorcycles are all over the place and it’s easy to rent a car. You’ll want to park in a garage, since metered parking is less available and allow you to stay for only a few hours. If you’d prefer not to drive, you can take the Metro or trains.      

When is the best time to fly to Portland?

If you book flights to Portland in June, you’ll experience the Old Port Street Festival, which begun in the 1970s, and is held annually one the first Sunday in June. Outdoor performances, and musical genres of folk, world, and rock linger on every street corner. Parades, kid rides, and street food are just a few reasons to get outside and enjoy the heat while it lasts.  Peak Season:  Summer and fall are the best times to book flights to Portland. If you’re looking for beachside bliss, go for a sail along the Atlantic Ocean on the 4th of July. If you’re looking for crisper weather and a chance to bundle up among reds, oranges, and yellows, stroll the cobblestone streets during the spectacular autumn showcase.  Off-Peak Season:  Although it’s easy to appreciate the diversity of all of Maine’s four seasons, less travellers book flights to Portland during the winter, since freezing temperatures hamper outdoor activity, and snowfall makes getting around a difficult feat.

What is good to know if travelling to Portland?

Local Art: Portland art galleries mix media to portray the reality and splendor of Portland through paintings and photography. The Domaine Gallery offers fine-art photography, prints about the state’s geography, and jewellery hand-made by artisans. The Fore Street Gallery focuses more on watercolours, oil paintings, and specializes on regional artists. Work also ranges from students to professional. If you decide to take home a painting that suits your style, be sure to pack carefully for your return Portland flight. At the Institute of Contemporary Art, progressive students from the Maine College of Art (MECA) display their work, while in the Portland Museum of Art; American pros like Winslow Homer and Edward Hopper fill the walls. The PMA also gets recognized especially for its temporary exhibits.  Wadsworth-Longfellow House: You’ll see plenty of old, brick homes with lavish gardens and detailed rooftops, but one claims the spotlight more than others: the Henry Wadsworth-Longfellow House. The brick Wadsworth-Longfellow farmhouse sits in the middle of an expansive garden, and is built in the 1788 federal style. The builder, General Peleg Wadsworth, was a hero in the Revolutionary War, and a grandfather to poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The two lived in the house together, and it remains one of New England’s more famous architectural artifacts. Reopened in 2002, the home is part of the Maine Historic Society and is open year-round for travellers.  Harbour side: A mile in length, the Harbour side begins at Casco Bay Lines ferry terminal (at the corner of Commercial and Franklin Streets). For fitness freaks booking flights to Portland, paved paths allow convenient room for walking, running, and biking with views of the islands. With a 68-acre hillside span of greenery that extends to the water, the Harbour side is your perfect outdoor daytime destination to get the best of the land and the sea.  Portland Sea Dogs: Take in America’s pastime after your flight to Portland lands. The Portland Sea Dogs are a Double A baseball team, affiliated with the World Series Champion Boston Red Sox. Spend an afternoon at the Sea Dogs game for a perfect summertime activity. Park your family on one of Hadlock Field’s aluminum benches, grab some game-time grub, and watch as young hopefuls swing their way toward the pros. Pro-players including Josh Beckett, Brad Penny, Alex Gonzalez, and Kevin Millar played for the Portland Sea Dogs – pay close attention to the guys on the field, they might the next big baseball stars.

What does PWM mean?

PWM is a unique code, commonly called an IATA code, used in the aviation industry to identify airports. This code, along with many others, are defined by IATA (International Air Transport Association). A PWM flight refers to a flight to Portland Airport.

What airport do you fly into for flights to Portland?

Booking a flight to Portland (PWM) is your only option if you intend on flying to Portland. It is only a 4.7 km journey from Portland to Portland’s city centre.

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