George Bush Intercontinental Airport – IAH Houston
George Bush Intercontinental Airport is an international public airport, with an airport code of IAH, catering the Greater Houston, Texas metropolitan area. The airport, formerly named as Houston Intercontinental Airport, is owned by the city of Houston and being operated by Houston Airport System. As of 2017, the airport has boarded over forty million domestic and international passengers and has loaded almost half a million tons of cargo shipments making George Bush Intercontinental Airport the 15th busiest airport in United States and ranked 43rd in the world.
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IAH-George Bush Intercontinental Airport has a total land area of 10,000 acres and five concrete runways. The airport has 130 gate in its five terminals and two people movers, the skyway and subway. It is the second largest hub of United Airlines and the main airport for Spirit Airlines. George Bush Intercontinental Airport’s air flights are being catered by thirty five airline companies in nearly 100 domestic and international destinations, and handled twenty cargo shipping airlines. The airport also serves the nearby Texas cities of Humble, Jacinto City and Galena Park.