George Bush Intercontinental Airport
George Bush Intercontinental Airport stretches 37 kilometers to the north point of central Houston in Texas State, United States of America. The airport code is IAH.
Initially scheduled to open in 1956, Houston Airport’s inauguration ceremony was delayed for 2 years due to the design changes. The airport received its name in honor of 41st USA president George Bush.
More than 30 air carriers provide non-stop service to various destinations in America, Asia (Air China, Air Nippon, Korean Air), Middle East (Emirates) and Europe (Air France). Mexico City and Cancun top the list of busiest international routes.
Facilities include five passenger terminals, five runways from 2.6 to 3.7km long and airport taxi George Bush Intercontinental Airport. Parking area is ready to handle more than 25000 private vehicles and taxi to George Bush Intercontinental Airport. Passengers may book cheap taxi, order decent meal at numerous eateries such as KFC, McDonalds, Panini’s Bar, Costa Coffee, Starbucks etc. Closest hotels (Marriott Hotel, Springfield Hotel, Hampton Inn) are easy to reach by airport taxi George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
Passengers who wish to get to downtown Houston are offered several options including bus, shuttle and taxi from George Bush Intercontinental Airport. Bus 102 departs from Terminal C and takes 50 minutes to get to Houston center. Taxi George Bush Intercontinental Airport coaches are waiting for the travelers in front of departure hall. Regular taxi service fare starts from 50$, ride takes around 45 minutes.