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Houston Bush Airport Ground Transportation

Bush Intercontinental (IAH), the city’s largest airport, is located close to the Sam Houston Tollway and about 23 miles north of Houston’s downtown area. Its three main entrances are JFK Boulevard, Will Clayton Parkway, and the Hardy Tollway Connector.

Getting through IAH to your terminal

The following trains can be used when traveling inside the airport:
Terminal Link, an aboveground train, connects the International Arrivals Building (IAB) and all five-airport terminals (A, B, C, D and E). Intended for travelers with connecting flights, it allows them to make their way through the airport without going through security for a second time.

An underground, inter-terminal train also connects the airport’s Marriott Hotel and all five terminals, based on people-mover technology pioneered by the Walt Disney Company.

Getting to and from the airport

The Metropolitan Transit Authority (Metro) offers bus service from Terminal C on the south side. Metro Airport Direct and the 102 Bush IAH Express also service the airport, and many motels and hotels in the Houston area provide courtesy vans for travelers as well.

Various carriers provide bus and shuttle services that are regularly scheduled from the airport to downtown Houston, Reliant Park Astrodome, uptown, the Texas Medical Center, Greenway Plaza, west side hotels and other key points. Also, outside every terminal, taxis are hailed for visitors via the Ground Transportation employees stationed there for that purpose.

Major rental car companies service IAH from the efficient and customer-friendly Consolidated Rental Car Facility, which is centrally located less than five minutes from the airport on JFK Boulevard (east side). The airport has more than 25,000 parking spaces and the rates compare favorably with those that prevail throughout the United States. Also, Parking Cents, Houston’s economy lot, provides parking at the intersection of JFK Boulevard and Greens Road, and it includes free shuttle service to all terminals.

International Travel at IAH

The airport is one of the largest international-passenger gateways in the United States. Passengers who depart from the city using foreign-flag carriers leave from Terminal D. International passengers using Continental Airlines leave from Terminal E, which is especially designed to simplify the immigration, customs and baggage process for international visitors arriving in Houston.

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