Travelers can now get a bird's eye view of downtown Houston thanks to a 20,000 piece LEGO® display at Bush Airport, Terminal C near gate C-1.
On the morning of September 11, 2001 the whole world changed. The deaths of nearly 3,000 people in a series of coordinated terrorist attacks in New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia resulted in the creation of the Transportation Security Administration.
The Houston City Council Economic Development Committee learned Houston Airports continues to make significant progress and prioritize the passenger experience amid continued global supply chain challenges.
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Houston Airports proudly spotlights and celebrates the Hispanic traditions and heritage of its employees. From their favorite foods to the ultimate travel destinations, listen as employees tell Houston Airports why they are beaming with pride during Hispanic Heritage Month.
Houston Airports closely works with its federal partners to train airport staff on how to prevent strikes from ever happening.
With an honorary TSA badge, 10-year-old DJ Daniel helped federal officers screen passengers at George Bush Intercontinental Airport
“I love that nursing moms are being thought of,” said parent Krystal Mendoza Garza. “Especially for the moms, like me, who aren’t so comfortable nursing in public.”
Change is coming to Terminal D at George Bush Intercontinental Airport through the IAH Terminal Redevelopment Program
Spotlighting and celebrating the dogs of Houston Airports on National Dog Day
Five years after Hurricane Harvey ravaged Houston, employees at all three Houston airports remember what it was like to work through the historic storm.
Houston Airports understands how frustrating these unexpected delays can be for you, your family and our own operations team. We invite you to grab a bite to eat, fill up your water bottle and enjoy our complimentary Wi-Fi as we all wait for the storm to pass.