HOUSTON — An abundance of choices — in destinations, shopping, services and technological tools — make George Bush Intercontinental Airport a favorite among millennial travelers again.
For a second time, Bush Airport has been voted a “Trazee Winner” as a Top 5 airport in North America for Millennials for 2018, according to Trazee Travel, an online publication targeting millennials. Bush Airport was a Top 5 choice in the list for Top 5 Airports in North America for Millennials in 2016.
Trazee Travel targets the sought-after under-35 market and aims to be “a one-stop resource for millennial travelers with news, tips, reviews and more updated daily.”
Bush Airports’ wide choice of destinations — more than 111 non-stop domestic destinations and 65 non-stop international destinations — feeds the millennials’ interest in diverse locales, as well as the abundant variety of low-cost carriers, which include bahamasair, Frontier, Interjet, Spirit, Viva Aerobus, Volaris and WestJet, in addition to the great connectivity of its hub carrier United Airlines and its 18 foreign flag carriers. Millennials can choose from 26 carriers total at Bush Airport.
Technologically savvy millennial travelers appreciate the available free Wi-Fi at Bush Airport, among the fastest in the United States, as well as tools available on the award-winning fly2houston.com website like the interactive maps, TSA and immigration processing time tracking, as well as plentiful power outlets for mobile device charging throughout the airport.
Bush Airport also boasts millennial-friendly dining, with affordable food choices, vegan and vegetarian food and local food in all five terminals. Local food establishments include Hubcap Grill, Pink’s Pizza, Pappasito’s, Hugo’s Cocina, and Texas’s beloved Whataburger. Check out searchable dining and drinking options, including hours of operation, menus and locations, at this link.
The shopping brands millennials prefer are easy to find at Bush Airport, including Michael Kors watches and Kate Spade desk accessories at Corsa, MAC and Benefit cosmetics, iStore Boutique for the digerati, Western wear at Pinto Ranch, college gear at Sports Corner, and women’s clothing and accessories at M.Fredric. Sweet tooths will savor the choices at Dylan’s Candy Bar and Hershey’s.
Bush Airport offers great choices on the ground, with the best value in covered remote parking at ecopark and ecopark2 lots and affordable ground transportation. Learn more at this link.
For more information on services and options available to travelers, check out fly2houston.com.