The City of Houston is one of the most diverse and dynamic metropolitan regions in the United States and a key aspect of that strength is the expansive level of global connectivity made possible by international air service at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH). Houston’s flagship airport facility connects the city to almost 70 individual airports located across the globe and standing at the epicenter of this vital international operation is the Mickey Leland Terminal Building at IAH, otherwise known as “Terminal D.”
As with any airport, it can be difficult to navigate Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) without some degree of difficulty. Bush IAH is composed of five Terminals (A-E) with Continental Airlines being its major airline. A new tram system has been built to service Terminals A-E and is running about 70% of the time. Parking at Bush IAH isn't always easy and neither is getting through security. However, you'll find that Bush IAH has great customer service and a very reasonable layout. In operation since 1969, Bush IAH is located north of Houston off I-45 and Beltway 8. I worked at Bush IAH for one summer and I learned just about everything you need to know about navigation.