Houston George Bush Intc Airport
Houston George Bush Intc Airport
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George Bush Intercontinental Airport is the 12th largest airport in the United States and one of the busiest hubs in the country. It is located 23 miles from Houston's downtown at the address 2800 North Terminal Road Houston, Texas 77032. IAH Airport's location can be found on the Google map below.
Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport consists of 5 terminals (A, B, C, D, E), as described on the map of Houston Airport. The terminals operate independently connecting through the Skyway (underground train) and the Subway (elevated train). Houston Airport hosts a large number of flights covering five continents. Serving the Greater Houston area, IAH Airport is the busiest airport in Texas for international passenger traffic and the number of transnational destinations.
According to the Houston Airport terminal map, Terminal A is located on the West side. George Bush Airport Terminal handles non-United local, Canada flights, International Departures, and Some United Express Flights. Terminal A has access to the gates of 1-30, which are divided into two groups: A1-A15 and A17-A30. The structure of the building is easy-to-navigate, you won't get lost even while being there for the first time.
The building of the terminal is divided into four levels as indicated on the Bush Airport map:
Travelers can pass the waiting time and enjoy a moment of rest in one of the two lounges located on the territory of Terminal A:
Terminal B is found between Terminal A and Hotel Marriott. It consists of two sectors that are formed by North and South halls. Passengers can exit gates B1-B88 that are divided into two halls. The only airline company that hosts flights in Terminal B is United. It operates all United Express domestic flights and transnational departures. The only flights that are not handled by George Bush Airport Terminal B are international arrivals.
Check out the structure of the terminal to navigate easily between the levels, using the George Bush Houston Texas Airport map:
Houston Airport gate map indicates that North hall has the following gates: B76, B76a, B77, B77a, B79, B79a, B80, B81, B81a, B83, B83a, B85, B85a, B86, B86a, B87, B88. The gates B21-B31, B12-B20, and B1-B11 can be found in the South hall.
Houston Airport Terminal B offers passengers a United Airlines United Club lounge area where they can find everything they need: snacks and drinks, Wi-Fi service, newspapers and magazines, telephone, and much more.
If you need to stay a few nights in the hotel without leaving the IAH Airport, you can book a room at Marriott Hotel. It is placed between Terminals B and C and has a Subway Station as well.
Terminal C, also known as Lewis W. Cutrer Terminal, hosts all local flights to and from Houston Airport owned by United Airlines, as it is described on United Airlines Houston Airport map. You need to find a zone between depots D and E and the hotel to get access to the gates C1-C45 located in Terminal C.
Houston IAH Airport Terminal C is divided into the North and South sides. The North part is connected with Terminal D, while the South side is linked to Terminal E. The building of IAH Terminal C has 4 levels:
South hall has gates from C29-C37, and from C39 to C45. Near gate C45 you can find a walkway that links Terminal C and E, namely the area of gates E1-E24. North concourse, in turn, has gates C14-C27. Access to Parking C Purple is also available from the second floor of the terminal.
Take a rest waiting for the flight in one of the available lounges in Terminal C:
Terminal D, also known as Mickey Leland Terminal, operates all non-United transnational operations and some United Express international arrivals. According to the Houston Airport map, the building is situated in the East part of the airport and has exits to 12 gates.
You can find the facilities provided by each terminal level. Terminal C differs by the presence of an additional Mezzanine Level.
According to the Houston Bush Airport map, Terminal D offers the largest number of lounges where travelers can relax and enjoy a cup of coffee while waiting for a flight. Check out the list of lounge zones to have a break:
Bush Intercontinental Airport Terminal E is located on the East side near C and D terminals. It is considered to be the Houston Airport United terminal as it hosts all United airlines international flights from all other terminals and some local operations. There are gates numbered from E1 to E24 at this terminal.
The terminal building consists of four levels:
Two halls (North and South) group the gates at Terminal Houston Airport as follows:
- Gates E1-E3, E4a, E4b, E5a, E5b, E6, E7a, E7b, E8 and E9 (on the left side).
- Gates E10a, E10b, E11, E12, E14 (in the southwestern part).
- Gates E15a, E15b, E16, E17, E18a, E19, E20a, E20b, E21-E24 (on the right side).
Travelers can use a walkway that takes them to Terminal C, namely gates C41-C45. You will find this walk pass near gate E1.
If you want to spend time in the resting area, check out the Houston Bush Airport map to find one of the lounges available for passengers depot E:
(Credit: George Bush Intercontinental Airport)
George Bush Airport Houston offers a wide choice of dining options like restaurants and cafeterias where passengers can dine while waiting for a flight. If you are pressed for time, you can grab a hearty sandwich or a light, individually wrapped salad to eat on board. For those travelers who want to enjoy a full lunch or dinner, restaurants with national, Asian, and Italian cuisine are available at IAH. You can also visit lounges to take some drinks or snacks. Check out the Houston Airport map food to find your perfect location.
Travelers can easily find a parking area to leave their cars 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. All parking options include accessible spaces, as well as EV charging areas. Shuttle service is also provided at the Economy lots.