Houston Airports encourages passengers to plan ahead and prepare for detours.
Another round of commissioned works, a pair of new performance platforms and artists hard at work inside bustling terminals are helping to welcome passengers to Houston, aka Art City.
Sharon Branch served as the first female firefighter and engineer at Houston Fire Station 81.
Spurred by popular demand, Houston Airports is teaming with United Airlines to provide live musical performances to even more passengers.
As Houston Airports prepares to welcome millions in December, TSA explains that even laptops and prosthetics can get left behind when passengers rush through security.
With 3.9 million passengers expected during a 21-day winter holiday period, Houston Airports is ready to celebrate a record-making year. Passengers are encouraged to plan and prepare for more people at the airport beginning mid-December.
When it comes to reliability, value and convenience, passengers rank George Bush Intercontinental Airport as the 7th Best Large U.S. Airport and William P. Hobby Airport as the 5th Best Midsize U.S. Airport.
The Houston Public Library has officially plugged in a BOOKLink at Hobby Airport. The self-service kiosk invites users to select from physical books, eBooks and audiobooks.
Safety is the priority of the construction projects across Houston Airports. From the airport system to the contractors and construction teams, dedication and commitment to a safe work environment are spotlighted and celebrated at appreciation luncheon.
With 2.4 million passengers expected during the holiday period, Houston Airports is ready to set new trends, including single busiest travel days.
Rebel, a golden retriever known for his adorable ensembles, comforted and calmed passengers at Hobby Airport for the last four years.
From the installation of custom trusses along the new international departures curb to the first segments of a state-of-the-art baggage handling system, those visiting Bush Airport will start to see the significant progress that continues to be made on the largest capital improvement project in the history of Houston Airports.
Whether it’s basking on a Caribbean island or soaking up a snowy adventure on the mountains of Montana, check out our recommendations for great travel destinations this holiday season.
Just in time for the holidays, passengers will have even more opportunities for non-stop flights.
The new and expanded international departures curb will feature eight trusses, or large-span steel structures, which will each weigh 80 tons and stretch 209 feet from edge to edge.