The IAH Terminal Redevelopment Program (ITRP) represents the largest expansion program in the history of Bush Airport. The program encompasses a wide range of capital improvement projects and will have an overwhelmingly positive impact on the Houston region. Upon completion, the new international terminal will enhance the airport’s world-class experience for millions of passengers, will increase the airport’s capacity for travel and will benefit the economy.
Total program budget includes traffic mitigation, market inflation, socioeconomic & geopolitical factors and global supply chain challenges.
Terminal D North Concourse will be three times bigger than the playing field at Minute Maid P ark.
Terminal D-West Pier will add 160,000 square feet of building, making the concourse 12 times bigger than Toyota Center.
International Central Processor, which will consolidate ticketing, security lanes and baggage claim, will be three times bigger than the NRG Stadium floor.
Terminal D-West Pier will house 10 new narrow-body gates and will accommodate up to 6 wide-body aircraft simultaneously.
Will create one of the largest security checkpoints in the country. The screening area will feature advanced technology.
Bags will be processed through a state-of-the-art baggage handling system inside the International Central Processor each year.
The percentage of the total program budget dedicated to hiring contractors certified by the City of Houston as Minority, Women or Small Business Enterprises (MWSBE).
The approximate number vehicles that will pass through the new international terminal each day, averaging 28 vehicles a minute.
The number of vehicles the new departures curb will be able to handle during a peak hour.