Intercontinental » New Terminal D




The City of Houston is one of the most diverse and dynamic metropolitan regions in the United States. A key aspect of that strength is the expansive level of global connectivity made possible by international air service at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH).  Houston’s flagship airport facility connects to almost 70 international destinations across the globe, and standing at the epicenter of this vital international operation is the Mickey Leland International Terminal at IAH, otherwise known as “Terminal D.” One of five terminals at IAH, Terminal D is a 12-gate facility, and is home to 13 airlines serving more than 2.4 million passengers a year.

Please continue to check back here for continued updates as this project progresses.





The plan calls for the demolition of the more than 20-year-old building and the construction of a modern, state-of-the-art facility that reflects Bush Intercontinental Airport’s standing as a premiere global gateway and a vital economic engine for the Houston region’s strong economy.

To learn more, about the plan, including more information on the Program Definition Manual (PDM), Click Here








With a new international terminal come several business opportunities. Visit the Mickey Leland Terminal Business Center to get the most up-to-date information on the following: 

- MLT Program Procurements 
- Requests for Qualifications (RFQs)
- Business Opportunities
- Meetings & Events
- Links to Important Documents and Presentations




During the expansion of the Mickey Leland Terminal D project, the existing structure will remain operational during the renovation. In this section, access various source materials and multimedia tools including:

-  Press Releases
-  Photo Gallery & Renderings
-  Presentations 
-  Videos 


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