|George Bush Intercontinental 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.|
|Welcome To Houston Texas – 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.
|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.
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