IAH – Houston Intercontinental George Bush Airport
The number two airport in the whole of Texas and currently ranking as the world’s 17th busiest air facility, George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) sees upwards of 43 million passengers per year. Next to Bordersville, Humble and the Cypresswood Golf Club, and roughly 22 miles / 35 km north of central Houston, George Bush Airport features five separate passenger terminals and covers approximately 10,000 acres / 4,050 hectares.
Houston’s airport offers plenty of transport options, allowing passengers to quickly reach downtown Houston, where you can expect to see many breathtaking skyscrapers towering high above the streets. Metro buses operate at the George Bush Airport and are run by the Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority, linking destinations such as the southerly Midtown area, the historical Heights area, the Theater district and the entertainment hub of Uptown.
» Houston headquartered Continental Airlines largest hub with more than 700 daily departures.» Underground inter-terminal passenger train to all terminals and the airport hotel.» Terminal Link above ground inter-terminal passenger train between terminals B, C, D and E.» $440 million, 880,000 sq. foot Terminal E and Federal Inspection Services (FIS) with 84 primary inspection booths that can process over 4,500 passengers per hour.» Free shuttle to and from Parking Cents, the official on-airport value lot.» Marriott Hotel on the airport.» More than 550,000 sq. ft. of cargo space in the IAH CargoCenter.» More than 23,000 parking spaces.» Ground transportation services to downtown Houston.» Two fixed-base operators on the airport.» Consolidated car rental facility.