Traveling to Houston has never been easier. As the country's fourth largest airport system, the Houston Airport System serves over 180 cities worldwide, with Bush Intercontinental Airport ranking third in the United States among airports with scheduled non-stop domestic and international service.
With more than 700 daily departures and 43 million domestic passengers passing through its gates in 2015, Bush Intercontinental is the largest airport in Houston.
All five terminals are connected by an automated people-mover and underground train. WI-FI internet, retail stores, and more than 50 food and beverage outlets ensure a pleasant visit. Visitor information centers, a currency exchange booth, as well as ADA amenities are also available.
Airlines serving Bush Intercontinental Airport include AeroMexico, Air Canada, Air France, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Emirates, KLM, Lufthansa, Qatar Aiways, Singapore Airlines, TACA, United Airlines, US Airways, and VivaAerobus.
In order to bridge the 20 miles between the airport and Downtown Houston, visitors have multiple transport options.
Approximate fares from IAH are
The following rental car agencies have counters at IAH:
SuperShuttle transports travelers to and from their private address, office, or hotel. Choose between a shared-ride shuttle with fellow passengers headed in the same direction or book a non-stop shuttle just for you and your party. The shared-ride option may take a bit more time to arrive at your destination, but is often more affordable than a taxi, especially if traveling alone. Private limousines and black car service are also available. For fare quotes and reservations, go to www.supershuttle.com or use the handy app.
Various hotels and lodgings offer courtesy vans to their properties. You can use the courtesy telephones in the baggage claim area to request a pick-up.
The public bus route 102 serves IAH and downtown locations.
Service runs Monday through Sunday, from approximately 5 a.m. until midnight.
To check schedules and plan your trip, go to ridemetro.org.
Hobby Airport serves domestic destinations and has seen significant increases in passenger numbers in recent years, hitting 14.5 million travelers in 2018.
WI-FI internet, retail stores, and more than 15 food and beverage outlets ensure a pleasant visit.
Airlines serving Hobby Airport include American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways, and Southwest Airlines.
Hobby Airport is located about 7 miles south of Downtown and offers various transport options.
Taxis are available at Curb Zone 2 outside of the baggage claim area in the lower level.
Approximate fares from HOU are:
The following rental car agencies have counters at Hobby Airport:
This shared-ride service transports travelers to and from their private address, office or hotel.
It takes longer than a taxi due to more frequent stops but may be more affordable, especially if travelling alone. Private limousines are also available.
For fare quotes and reservations go to www.supershuttle.com
Various hotels and motels offer courtesy vans to their properties. You can use the courtesy telephones in the baggage claim area to request a pick-up.
The public bus route 40 serves HOU and downtown locations. Service runs Monday through Saturday, from approximately 6 a.m. until 11 p.m. To check schedules and plan your trip, go to tripplanner.ridemetro.org
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