George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) is the 8th busiest airport in the United States and is 3rd in the US for non-stop domestic and international service. George Bush Intercontinental Airport has scheduled flights to domestic and international destinations and is named after George H. W. Bush. The airport is owned by City of Houston and operated by Houston Airport system and serves as a hub for United Airlines. The airport is termed as the nation's busiest airport providing service to Mexico with 30 destinations.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport Transfers
To reach downtown Houston from the airport one can use the US Route 59 to Beltway 8 or to Will Clayton Parkway.
Bus service is available from the airport from the south side of Terminal C and Courtesy vans are operated by various hotels and motels in and around the Houston Area.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport Amenities
The airport offers five passenger terminals and in all the terminals there are an abundance of facilities available for the passengers waiting for their flight.
Banks and ATM’s are available throughout the terminals and also have more than 50 food and beverage establishments.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport Parking
The airport provides more than 25,000 parking spaces and the parking rates are affordable and among the lowest anywhere in the country. The airport also offers Valet Parking and has a Passenger pick up waiting lot.