United Technical Operations Center at IAH Well Underway
...daily flights from Houston to more than 180 destinations around the world. The UTOC-Houston has three primary phases: Phase 1 includes Hangar X (185,850 square feet), to be used by Line Maintenance and supporting organizations and can accommodate two widebodies plus a narrowbody, and a ~40,000-square-foot annex with offices for Technical Services personnel (engineers and others). This facility also includes significant work developing adjacent apron and taxilanes. The expected completion dat...
Automated Screening Lanes Program Expands to Terminal E at IAH
...lier this year.The automated screening lanes incorporate enhanced capabilities at the airport security checkpoint while improving the passenger experience. The lanes enhance overall security effectiveness by using technology to better track passenger property throughout the screening process. They also increase both operational efficiency and the passenger experience by automating some of the functions that were previously done manually.” The automated screening lanes are designed to enh...
TSA Security Checkpoints in Houston Average 10 Minutes or Less
...Data compiled by both by the TSA and Houston Airports shows more than 90 percent of travelers get through the mandated security check points in 10 minutes or less, more often than not. The average wait time at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) is 6.24 minutes and at William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) is 5.13 minutes.  This data is an average of all days in 2018, not a sampling of time periods. Over the past two years, through a strong partnership with the TSA, Houston Airports ro...
Plenty of Tech Tools and Helpful Hints Available to Make Traveling Through Houston’s Airports Easier During Busy Holiday Season 
...ling Through Houston’s Airports Easier During Busy Holiday Season  Thanksgiving kicks off the annual holiday travel season across the United States, and this year the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) estimates more than 25 million passengers will fly over the river and over the woods to destinations near and far. At the Houston Airport System, during the traditional holiday travel period — Nov. 16 through Nov. 26 this year — more than 1.7 million passengers are...
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Get ‘plugged in’ at Houston airports to ensure a smooth holiday travel season
...light. Harmony in the Air is a live performing arts program featuring some of the Houston’s best local talent. Take time to enjoy the new concessions available at Houston Airports featuring local favorites like Pink’s Pizza to well-known brands like Dylan’s Candy Bar. Pamper yourself at Hobby Airport at XpresSpa and head to your destination refreshed. Finish your Holiday shopping. Houston Airports offers a wide of retail shops that are sure to please from Mac Cosmetics to Pando...
Plenty of tech tools, helpful hints available to make traveling through Houston’s airports easier during busy holiday season
...ling through Houston’s airports easier during busy holiday season HOUSTON — Thanksgiving kicks off the annual holiday travel season across the United States, and this year the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) estimates more than 25 million passengers will fly over the river and over the woods to destinations near and far. At the Houston Airport System, during the traditional holiday travel period — Nov. 16 through Nov. 26 this year — nearly 2 million...
Houston’s airports offer 12 tips to make holiday travel a treat
...liday-travel-treat/ Houston’s airports offer 12 tips to make holiday travel a treat HOUSTON — The jolly old elf won’t be the only person flying around during this Holiday travel season. The year-end holiday travel season kicked off Dec. 14, and Airlines 4 America estimates nearly 31 million passengers will fly between then and Jan. 6, 2019. Over that same period, more than 3.7 million passengers are expected to travel in, out and through both George Bush Intercontinental A...