Flights to Houston
H-Town, Space City, Hustletown, Bayou City - whatever you call Houston, you’ll find more to see and do here in the heart of the Sun Belt. The fourth-largest city in the United States, industries, cultures and people converge in Houston, offering a high-energy environment created by many makers.
Home to NASA at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center and the Texas Medical Center, the city’s known as an industry center for aeronautics, energy, medicine, transportation and shipping. Sports too, with the Houston Astros, Houston Rockets and the Texans. When you fly to Houston, don’t forget about the sprawling Theater and Museum Districts.
If the sun’s more your style, wander through the 445-acre Hermann Park in Houston. It houses endless walking paths and a wide-array of cultivated gardens. Plus, it’s a short walk away from the Houston Zoo and Houston Museum of Natural Science. Worked up an appetite? While there’s no shortage of great steak, branch out to enjoy multicultural cuisine with African, Creole, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Latin American, Spanish-Creole and Vietnamese influences.
For a city this large, it’s no surprise that Houston offers two airports as part of the Houston Airport System. Newer George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) and the smaller William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) both serve the region. You can find Delta Air Lines flights out of both destinations, connecting to domestic hubs around the U.S.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), opens in a new window
William P. Hobby Airport (HOU)
- Both airports sit outside of the city center, offering taxis, limousines, shuttles and rideshare app pick-up in ground transportation
- For rental cars at William P. Hobby, take the rental car shuttles located in Curb Zone 1 to car rental facilities
- For rental cars at George Bush Intercontinental, take the rental car shuttle to the two-level consolidated rental car facility