WE'RE MAKING PROGRESS!
A big change is coming to George Bush Intercontinental Airport, IAH. The Terminal D/E Parking Garage will close on March 1 to allow our crews to begin construction of the new international terminal arrivals and departures hall.
USEFUL INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS:
Please build-in at least an extra hour to your arrival time. You may encounter detours and roadway congestion.
The Terminal D/E garage at Bush Airport is permanently closed.
All passengers who would normally park in Terminal D/E garage may park in Terminal C garage or any other terminal garages. Please use the subway train to access Terminals D and E. Please follow the posted roadway signs to access Terminal C garage.
Other convenient and affordable parking options include two nearby ecopark lots, which both include a direct shuttle to Terminal E.
Passengers are encouraged to visit www.fly2houston.com to check terminal garage parking capacities, pre-book parking and save.
Terminal D/E curbside pickup and drop-off will remain open. To ease potential roadway congestion, family or friends picking-up passengers for all terminals should use the cellphone lots until their passenger is ready at curbside.
ABOUT THE IAH TERMINAL REDEVELOPMENT PROGRAM AT BUSH AIRPORT
The garage closure, and the eventual demolition, is a yet another milestone for the IAH Terminal Redevelopment Program, the most significant expansion program in the 52-year history of Bush Airport.
The IAH Terminal Redevelopment Program delivers on the additional international facilities needed to support continued growth in international traffic at the airport. More than 45 million travelers passed through Bush Airport in 2019, including over 11 million international passengers. The pandemic slowed what promised to be a record-breaking 2020 but air travel is on the rebound and Houston Airports continues to prepare itself for the eventual return to 2019 levels.
Once complete, the new international terminal will feature a modernized ticketing and arrivals hall and will fully support post-pandemic growth in international traffic at the airport, address capacity constraints in the central terminal area, and improve baggage handling system capacity and reliability challenges. Additional international gates will accommodate continued airline growth.