George Bush Houston Intercontinental Airport (IAH)
Houston TX 77032
Airport MapAirport Map
ParkingEconomy, Short-term, Long-term, Valet, Reserved
Rental CarAdvantage, Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National, Thrifty
Ground TransportationCar Rental, Shuttle, Courtesy, Taxis, Bus, Metro
- Mon: 12am-12am
- Tue: 12am-12am
- Wed: 12am-12am
- Thu: 12am-12am
- Fri: 12am-12am
- Sat: 12am-12am
- Sun: 12am-12am
George Bush Intercontinental Airport IAH is the main airport serving the Houston, Texas metropolitan area. Approximately 23 miles north of the Houston city center IAH airport is the 10th busiest airport in the United States. It is one of the top ten fasting growing airports and annuals moves about 40 million passengers. It also serves as the largest hub for United Airlines.
IAH Airport opened in 1969 under the name Houston Intercontinental Airport and at the time all air traffic was moved from William P. Hobby Airport. In 1997 the Houston City Council renamed the airport in honor after the 41st President of the United States.
Located just west of I-69 and north of Sam Houston Parkway, Bush Intercontinental Airport has over 25,000 parking spaces that include hourly, daily, short-term, long-term, economy, valet and SurePark a guaranteed parking service. These options include: ecopark, A/B Parking, C Parking and D/E Parking.
Bush Airport is comprised of five terminals (A, B, C, D, E) with over 130 gates. IAH Airport has 19 airlines flying to 176 international and domestic destinations.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport has over 50 food and beverage establishments with a myriad of newsstands, retail shops and services. Getting to and from the airport could never be easier with options including the METRO (public bus), limousines, taxis, SuperShuttle service, rental cars and courtesy vans. Airport accommodation includes over 20 hotels and an onsite Marriott.