Description

George W. Bush Intercontinental Airport is an airport located in Houston ,Texas. It is one of America's busiest and fast growing airport. It is named after the 41st president of America. It was formerly known as William P Hobby Airport. There are 5 Terminals in the Airport namely: A, B, C, D and E Terminal A : Terminal A is divided into 2 concourses: North Concourse with 10 gates and the South Concourse with 10 gates. Terminal B: Terminal B has 37 gates Terminal C: Terminal C has 31 gates. It also has an Interfaith Chapel Terminal D: Terminal D has 12 gates. There is also an Interfaith Chapel located within the Terminal Terminal E: Terminal E has 30 gates. Terminal D and Terminal E are used for international flights along with some domestic flights.   ...more

Houston, USA

Description

George W. Bush Intercontinental Airport is an airport located in Houston ,Texas. It is one of America's busiest and fast growing airport. It is named after the 41st president of America. It was formerly known as William P Hobby Airport.

There are 5 Terminals in the Airport namely: A, B, C, D and E

Terminal A : Terminal A is divided into 2 concourses: North Concourse with 10 gates and the South Concourse with 10 gates.

Terminal B: Terminal B has 37 gates

Terminal C: Terminal C has 31 gates. It also has an Interfaith Chapel

Terminal D: Terminal D has 12 gates. There is also an Interfaith Chapel located within the Terminal

Terminal E: Terminal E has 30 gates.

Terminal D and Terminal E are used for international flights along with some domestic flights.

 

Address

2800 N Terminal Rd, Houston, TX 77032, United State

Phone

+1 281-230-3100

Prayer Facilities

There are 2 Interfaith Chapel located within the airport. One of which is in Terminal C, south concourse, near gate no: 29-33. The other one is located in Terminal D near gate no: 8

Halal Food

Halal food availibility is not known. However, there are ample cafe's, bakeries and food outlets where you can find vegetarian options.

Transport

Bus no 102 from the Terminal C will take you the city centre. There are also Shuttle buses operating from the airport to major locations of the city. You can find car rental services from all the terminals of the airport. You can also hire a taxi cab to take you to your destination.

Shopping

There are alot of shops and restaurant spread throughout the airport in all Terminal. In all Terminals you will surely find a vegetarian outlet and ample cafe's. You will also find shops of bookstores, newspapers, gift shops, souvenirs, cosmetics, perfumes, chocolates etc, The Duty free shop is located in Terminal D. You will also find electronics, apparels, kids stores, toy world and etc. Enough shops to gurantee you a great shopping experience while you wait for your flights.

Amenities

ATM's, currency exchange, lost & found, luggage, postal services, business lounges, airline lounges, baby changing facilities, shoe shine services, business and conference rooms, Wi fi Internet access, charging stations and etc.

 

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