Houston Airports is the only airport in the U.S. to currently offer an Artist in Residence (AIR) program. The interactive arts program encourages engagement between local artists and airport guests.
Houston Airports supports City’s Climate Action Plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and pursue carbon neutrality
Inspired by Houston's rich history of human spaceflight, AstroAccess is reimagining accessible spaceflight design and redefining who can be an astronaut.
In 2015, airport volunteers distributed donations to Houstonians experiencing homelessness. Seven years later, the kind gesture has blossomed into an annual initiative: United, We Share the Warmth.
“Not only does art help to create a sense of place in our terminals,” said Mario Diaz, Director of Aviation for Houston Airports. “Art also provides an unexpected connection that has the power to influence each passenger long after they’re left our airports.”
Houston Airports is monitoring weather forecasts and preparing facilities ahead of the Arctic front. Passengers are encouraged to monitor the status of their flights and arrive early during this week of winter holiday air travel.
From beauty products to baby needs, Astros World Series gear and LEGO kits, the shops at Houston Airports can help the biggest procrastinators come out on top this holiday season.
Miguel Ramirez, a U.S. Army veteran and Houston native reflects on the “emotional experience” of running the Marine Corps Marathon.
The promise of enormous benefits to passengers is helping to drive the transformative initiative forward.
How to pack, plan and prepare for the ultimate air travel experience this holiday season.
From easing anxiety to entertaining exhausted travelers, live musical performances by a diverse group of artists have become a signature of Houston Airports and the positive experience passengers say they didn’t know they needed.
The newest dining and retail options elevate the world-class passenger experience at Houston’s biggest airport
Each month Houston Airports spotlights one of the many volunteer ambassadors who welcome travelers to Space City. This month we share the story of a retired Kingwood grandfather who once served The Queen of England