Airport Parking Guides ABOUT IAH George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) is located about 23 miles (37 km) north of downtown Houston. Serving both domestic and international passengers, IAH lies between Interstate 45 and Interstate 69/U.S. Highway 59 with direct access to the Hardy Toll Road expressway.
- In 1957, a group of Houston businessmen purchased the territory occupied by the airport to preserve it until the city of Houston could formulate a plan for a new airport.
- Originally known as Houston Intercontinental Airport, the airport was later renamed after George H.W.
- Bush, the 41st President of the United States.
IAH was recognized for providing the best website and digital service of any airport during the 2019 World Airport Awards.Additionally, as of 2021, IAH is ranked as the second best airport in North America according to the World Airport Awards. Today, George Bush Intercontinental Airport is the second largest passenger hub for United Airlines.
Terminal A serves all non-United domestic and Canadian operations as well as select United Express domestic operations and international departures. Terminal B serves most United Express domestic operations and international departures. Terminal C, also known as Lewis W. Cutrer Terminal, serves as United Airlines’ main base of domestic operations at IAH, and serves some United Express domestic operations and international departures.
Terminal D, known as Mickey Leland Terminal, serves all non-United international operations and some United Express international arrivals. Terminal E serves as United’s main base of international operations at IAH, in addition to serving some United Express international arrivals and some larger mainline domestic operations.
All United international mainline flights arrive at Terminal E while all United Express international flights arrive at Terminals D or E, then depart out of Terminal A, B or C. Carriers serving IAH include Aeromexico, Aeromexico Connect, Air Canada, Air Canada Express, Air China, Air France, Air New Zealand, Alaska Airlines, All Nippon Airways, American Airlines, American Eagle, Avianca El Salvador, Bahamasair, Boutique Air, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, EVA Air, Frontier Airlines, Interjet, JetBlue, KLM, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines, United Express, Viva Aerobus, Volaris and WestJet.
AIRPORT DINING AND AMENITIES IAH features several and options that offer local fare, American classics, and global cuisine. There are several clubs and lounges available for frequent flyers.
The Admirals Club is in Terminal A near Gate A25. The Air France Lounge is Terminal D near Gate D12. The United Clubs are in Terminal A near Gate A9, Terminal B on the Mezzanine Level, Terminal C near Gates C1 and C33, and Terminal E near Gates E11 and E12. The United Polaris Lounge is also near Gate E12. The British Airways Lounge is in Terminal D near Gates D7 and D8. The Executive Club is in Terminal D near Gate D5. The KLM Crown Lounge is in Terminal D near Gate D8. The Centurion Lounge by American Express is on the Mezzanine Level and is accessible via the elevator in the duty free shop near Gate 6.
IAH displays many art installations. See what’s on display now, IAH PARKING with The Parking Spot helps travelers find the best, most convenient, and most cost-effective parking option so their car-to-air transfer is as seamless as possible. On average, parking with The Parking Spot is approximately 70% less expensive than parking at the airport.
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ATTRACTIONS NEAR IAH (22306 Aldine Westfield Rd, Humble, TX 77338) – Take in over 250 acres of natural beauty along beautiful Cypress Creek. (8.4 miles from IAH) (403 Main St, Spring, Texas 77373) – Old Town Springs started as a small railroad hub. Today, it is known for its historic tours, music performances, and family events of all kinds.
15.6 miles from IAH) (1001 Bissonnet St, Houston TX 77005) – One of the largest museums in the US, The Museum of Fine Arts boasts an extensive permanent collection of fine art. (23 miles from IAH) (200 Hermann Park Drive, Houston, Texas 77030) – Kids of all ages will enjoy this zoological park’s 55 acres, 6,000 animals and 900 species.
(24 miles from IAH) FAQ Q. How far is IAH from HOU? A. IAH and HOU are about 32 miles away from each other.Q. Where is IAH located? A. IAH is located at 2800 N Terminal Rd, Houston, TX 77032. It is located northeast of the city of Houston, between Interstate 45 and Interstate 69/U.S.
Highway 59 with direct access to the Hardy Toll Road expressway.Q. Is vaping allowed inside IAH? A. Vaping is not allowed inside of IAH. It is only allowed in the designated smoking areas outside the terminals.Q. Is there a kid-friendly area at IAH? A. Unfortunately, IAH does not have a designated kid-friendly area.Q.
Is there a nursing area at IAH? A. IAH offers lactation and nursing areas throughout the airport. Lactation and mothers rooms are located throughout the airport in Terminal A, B, C and E. Nurseries with baby cribs and rocking chairs are located in Terminals B and D.Q.
How many runways does IAH have? A. IAH has five runways for flight traffic and covers 10,000 acres.Q. Does IAH have free WiFi? A. Each terminal (including the parking garages) at IAH features free airport WiFi. Look for IAH Free WiFi from the list of networks available to you.Q. Can pets fly at IAH? A. Pets can fly through IAH, but must be in carriers except when going through security or visiting one of the airport’s pet relief areas.
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What airlines use Terminal B at IAH?
Terminal B – Houston Airport Terminal B is exclusively used by United Express domestic flights and international departures. See more information
What terminal is United Airlines?
Arrivals & Departures Terminal United Airlines Terminal in Manila is Terminal 3.
How do I know what terminal to fly to United?
You can find the terminal number on your e-mail confirmation when you first book a flight. The gate number is typically offered when you check in for your flight online or in person at the airport. You can also find your gate number on the monitors at the airport that show information about departure and arrival times.
Make sure that you are present at the gate at the boarding time indicated. Passengers who report to the gate too late are not allowed onto the flight and lose their right to transport. Gate changes also happen, and you should be alert to this possibility as well. When checking in, many airlines now offer a text notification service for these types of changes or provide this information through their app.
Take advantage of these options if possible to stay as informed as you can. Updated June 20, 2015
What airline is in terminal 3?
In 1991, NAIA’s Terminal 1 reached its design capacity of 4.5 million passengers. As a result of annual passenger traffic growing at 9% per annum, the 1990 NAIA Master Plan crafted by Aeroport de Paris included a provision for a larger and modernized international passenger terminal.
- While improvements raised Terminal 1’s design capacity to 6 million, a peak level of 7.7 million passengers was reached in 1997, causing overflow of passengers that year.
- Terminal 3 was the answer to this growing traffic.
- Currently the largest airport in Manila, it stands proud on a 65-hectare property adjacent to the NAIA runway facilities.
It is a two-tiered design with its ground floor handling arrivals and the 3rd level facilitating departures. Each level has 600 meters of curbside space, rendering drop offs and pickups efficient. Terminal 3 can handle 13 million international passengers annually.
- The center of the building contains the head house where passenger processing is centralized.
- A total of 20 boarding gates and 140 Check-In-Counters can accommodate 4,000 peak hour one-way passengers.
- Retail shops and food courts line the 4th level and arrival levels while surface parking for over 1200 cars is provided in front of the terminal and 2,500 car parking space available in the multi-level parking area.
The following airlines operate at the NAIA Terminal 3: International flights – All Nippon Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, Delta Air Lines, Emirates, Etihad Airways, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Qantas Airways, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines; International and Domestic flights – Cebu Pacific Air, PAL Express, Philippines AirAsia.
Do I need a Covid test to fly on United Airlines?
– All travelers arriving to the U.S. from another country need to provide:
- Proof that you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with a vaccine approved by the World Heath Organization (WHO) or U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)(for non-citizens/foreign nationals only)
- Proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within one calendar day of departure
- Basic contact tracing information, allowing public health officials to follow up with travelers who are potentially infected or may have been exposed to someone who is infected
If you are not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and are not fully vaccinated, you are only allowed entry into the U.S. if you are subject to an exception from the vaccination requirement. In addition, you will need to test negative for COVID-19 within one calendar day of your departure for the U.S., and arrange to be tested 3-5 days after arrival and self-quarantine or self-isolate, depending on the post-arrival test results.
If you intend to remain in the United States for longer than 60 days will need to commit to becoming fully vaccinated, unless you have a documented medical exception. For more information, read the official guidance from the CDC, Passengers under the age of 18 are exempt from the vaccination requirement and will be allowed to enter the United States with a negative COVID-19 test.
If you are a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you’ll need to:
- (If fully vaccinated) Have proof of full vaccination as approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) or U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and a negative COVID-19 test taken within one calendar day of departure
- (If not fully vaccinated) Provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than one day before departure
- (All customers, regardless of vaccination status) Provide basic contact tracing information and confirm the information is true.
Are all terminals at IAH connected?
All five terminals at IAH are connected by an above-ground automated people-mover (Skyway) and an underground train (Subway).