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Say bye-bye to those insta-famous shoe pictures on the Portland International Airport carpet. Concourse A, where the last of the classic PDX carpet could be found by travelers, closed Thursday for demolition.
Concourse A will be torn down so Concourse B can be expanded.
Concourse A was originally built only to act as a temporary structure in 1988, but has lasted 31 years at the Portland International Airport.
The Concourse B renovation are underway and are projected to be done in the summer of 2021.
As for the PDX carpet, the last remaining strip in Concourse A will go in the demolition process.