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Houston SuperShuttle provides services from George Bush Intercontinental to the surrounding communities. Shuttles are available to provide services to Port of Galveston, local attractions, the Astrodome and downtown Houston. Courtesy vans are provided by the local Houston hotel shuttle providers and motels to and from the airport. Park, Sleep and Fly services are available at many of the hotels and motels in the surrounding area. Taxis are also available along with pre-scheduled limo pickups and with shuttles to various parking garages on the grounds. Numerous car rental agencies are available when you reach the ground floors of the terminals. A Metro transit bus line picks up passenger outside terminal C and will deliver passengers to a public station where they can take a bus to a local or long distant destination of their choice.

Area Hotels
There are many Hotels and Motels located around the they range from modest priced to the higher end Hotel each has a shuttle that runs to and from the airport.

Houston, Texas is the largest city in Texas and 4th in the US. because of its immense size Houston is divided into Districts the Downtown, Neartown, North Loop, South, Loop, West Loop, and the Outside 610. Houston (IAH), also known as the George Bush International , is the largest airport and is located approximately 23 miles from the downtown area.

In Houston there are plenty of attractions to see, just too many. It's suggested to get the Houston CityPASS, which gives you access to 6 Houston attractions such as the Space Center Houston, Houston Museum of Natural Science, Houston Zoo and The Children's Museum of Houston.

Houston, Texas is a great city that you're going to have to experience for yourself so get your hotel reservation set and buy that plane ticket to this amazing city and find hotels in Houston at discount rates.

IAH is Texas's second-largest airport. It covers a whopping 10,000 acres and served an impressive 43 million passengers in 2008. Bush Intercontinental currently has five terminals and a total of 114 gates. Terminals A, B and C are for domestic flights and terminals D and E are mainly used to serve international passengers. Wi-Fi Boingo internet access is available in all five terminals.

IAH is also located 23 miles from Houston's downtown which is good reason an airport shuttle service is important for travelers to the city. The majority of shuttle services are available at the south side of Terminals A, B and C and at the west end of D. Once you book your shuttle, private van or sedan make sure to check in with the transportation company to verify where your pick up location is. Search for airport transfers for Houston Hotel Shuttles and save on your airport ride today.

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George Bush Intercontinental Houston Airport (IAH)
Houston Airport IAH
George Bush Intercontinental Airport, or IAH, was originally named Houston Intercontinental because Houston Hobby was known as Houston International but it is known to its residence as Houston Intergalactic.

In Houston Everything Is Bigger
When you land at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport you truly believe that saying listed as the second biggest Airport in Texas. Located within the city limits, the airport sits on 250 acres and has five terminals. An underground train connects terminals B through E. and above ground train connects all five. This is great for passengers who have to go from one terminal to the other and do not want to have to go through security again before boarding their flights.

The tall ceiling lined with steel beams add to the largeness of the interior buildings, and large window groupings provide plenty of sunshine inside of the terminals. A geometrically designed wall graces terminal B guiding the escalators up and down.

United Airway has its main hub located at George Bush Intercontinental Airport and has over 800 flights a day. To some domestic destinations and six international countries and is the biggest airport with the most scheduled flights into Mexico. More flights than any other Airport in the country. In December 2014 the Super A380 Airbus will begin operations at the airport.

Customs and immigration services are available along with services to provide for the needs of Handicap and disabled passengers. Houston Fire Department #54 is located on the Airport property along with the Houston Air Traffic Control Department. Groups looking for rides to George R. Brown Convention Center can find rates that can fit their group. If you are a student needing a ride to Texas A&M University and University Of Houston you can find discount rates for shuttle services.

Airport Amenities
Located between terminal B and C, Marriott operates a 556 room Hotel that boasts 2 restaurants, a cocktail lounge, coffee shop, and conference room. Each Terminal operates a United Club Lounge, and Terminal D Houses a food court in the middle of the concourse. Each terminal has small shops available for passengers to purchase items they need. An Astronaut Statue carrying the flag of Texas sits at the top of the escalator in terminal A. Reminding visitors of NASA and all the history of space exploration based in Houston.

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Contact Information
George Bush Intercontinental Houston Airport
2800 North Terminal Road
Houston, TX 77032
Airport Code: IAH

Approximate Distance To and From Houston International Airport
Houston is among the biggest cities in the United States with so much to visit. You can drop by the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts or spend the relaxing by Hermann Park. Below are the approximate distance to and from the Houston International Airport.
 Miles Destination
 21 Downtown Houston
 21 East Downtown
 22 East End
 28 Port of Houston
 8 Greenspoint
 29 Memorial City
 23 Midtown
 15 Northside
 34 Southeast Houston
 27 Spring Branch
 33 Westchase
 29 Upper Kirby