How a Portland hotel made $3.3M profit on a one-day hotel tour

The Portland International Airport has booked more than $3 million in one-way ticket revenue since November.

The hotel company, Red Lion, said Thursday it booked more ticket sales in November than in any month since it opened in March.

The company, founded in 2009 by a couple of friends, has now earned more than half a million dollars on the one-night-only tour, according to company records.

The company was able to book more tickets than usual for its “Red Lion Tour” after an initial peak in November, according a report in The Oregonian.

The first-class business class tickets have sold out.

A spokesperson for the airport said in a statement Thursday that Red Lion was “troubled” by the cancellations and that the airline would “review its ticketing practices.”

The airport has not announced a timetable for when tickets will be returned to the hotel.

Red Lion’s one-time profit on one-on-one hotel sales in the first three months of 2017 was $1.1 million.

A spokesperson for Oregon’s Office of Tourism and Economic Development said the agency would “monitor the performance” of Red Lion and review the company’s policies.

The Red Lion Hotel, which is owned by Oregon State University, has more than 3,000 rooms and suites.

The airline was founded in 2010 and has grown into a luxury hotel company.