Houston's Intercontinental Airport, also known as the George Bush Intercontinental Airport, is located at 2800 North Terminal Road, just twenty-one miles north of downtown Houston. The William P. Hobby Airport, Houston's oldest commercial airport, is located at 7800 Airport Boulevard, just twelve miles south-east of downtown Houston. Seventeen domestic and international carriers service the Intercontinental Airport, while the Hobby airport is serviced by AirTrain, American, Delta, jetBlue, and Southwest. No matter which airport you depart from, be sure to visit ebookers, where you can make all of your travel arrangements quickly and easily.
Parking at Houston Airports
The Intercontinental Airport offers terminal parking at all of the terminals for a maximum rate of $17 per day. Valet parking is available for $25 per day and SurePark charges $20 per day, but it is a members-only lot. The most economical parking is Ecopark, which charges $6.47 per day plus tax. At Hobby airport, terminal parking is also $17 per day, and valet parking is $25, and the Ecopark option has two lots that charge $9.24 and $5.54 per day plus tax. Several companies offer off-site parking with free shuttle service to the airports, including The Parking Spot at 8707 Airport Boulevard and The Parking Spot 2 at 7601 Airport Boulevard.
Ground Transportation in Houston
SuperShuttle (713-523-8888) offers share-a-ride service to both Houston airports from downtown Houston for roughly $19 to the Hobby airport and $23 to the Intercontinental. Taxis are a popular means of airport transportation, and there are a variety of companies that provide taxi service in the Houston area. Expect to pay roughly $70 to $75 to get to either airport from downtown. Don't forget to take care of your transportation needs in your final destination. When you use ebookers to make your travel arrangements, you can compare prices on rental cars before you make a reservation.
Restaurants at Houston Airports
Both airports offer a variety of eateries where you can grab a snack or quick bite before boarding. At Intercontinental, you can choose from Auntie Anne's Pretzels, Camden Food Co., Einstein Bros. Bagels, or Starbucks. The Hobby airport is home to Dunkin Donuts, Euro Café, Peet's Coffee & Tea, and the Grab & Go kiosk in the central lobby. If you prefer to eat before you get to the airport, you'll find plenty of cafes and coffee shops near both Houston airports.
Travelling to New York
Flights to New York land at three airports across the city, all of which are well served by the subway, buses, or the famous yellow taxis. Public transport links run across the city and on both sides of the river, making it simple for visitors to travel around.
Flights New York open up one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world to travellers, and a visit would not be complete without a shopping trip. Madison Avenue features many luxurious brands, while Macy's, Bloomingdale's and Barneys department stores are famous in their own right. The city has some well-known restaurants and a vibrant nightlife, with different areas boasting varied forms of entertainment. The Meatpacking District is now a fashionable centre for dining, with bars open until the early hours. Also, it would be unthinkable to take a flight New York bound without paying a visit to Broadway to see a world-famous show.
For visitors interested in culture, the Guggenheim is not only a spectacular gallery but also an iconic architectural landmark. Most of the galleries and museums in the city are located in Manhattan, either within walking distance of each other or easily accessed by a short subway ride. Visitors seeking a sporting experience will be spoilt for choice. The Jets and Giants play American football in the NFL; the New York Knicks play in basketball's NBA; the Yankees and the Mets play baseball in the city; and the Red Bulls play in the MLS soccer league.
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- 10 direct flights are operating from Houston to New York today.
- Today's average time for a direct flight is 3h 26m.
- Delta Air Lines flight 5995 (6:25 AM GMT, Embraer 175) is today's earliest available flight from Houston to New York.
- United Airlines flight 1439 (5:38 PM GMT, Airbus Industrie A320) is today's latest available flight from Houston to New York.
- Today's shortest direct flight from Houston to New York (jetBlue flight 582, Embraer 190) takes 3h 15m.
- Today's longest direct flight from Houston to New York (Delta Air Lines flight 6114, Embraer 175) takes 3h 36m.
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