6800 E. Sam Houston Pkwy NorthHouston, TX 77049 (832) 617-8384

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George Bush Intercontinental Airport IAH

Terminal Parking

All terminal parking garages remain open at a discounted rate of $15 per day.

Online reservations are now available for any Terminal Garage “ Click here ” to reserve your parking.

There are terminal garages at three terminals at IAH, with self-parking as well as valet parking.

Terminal Garage Self-Parking Rates:

Hourly Parking Pre-Tax Rate Rate W/ Tax
0 -1 hrs FREE FREE
1-2 hrs $ 5.54 $ 6.00
2-3 hrs $ 7.39 $ 8.00
3-5 hrs $ 9.24 $ 10.00
5-24 hrs $ 13.86 $ 15.00
Daily Parking $ 13.86 $ 15.00

For questions related to parking in the IAH terminal garages, please contact New South Parking at newsouthparking-tx.com .

The Houston Airport System wants travelers to be aware of the TSA checkpoint screening procedures at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH).

Advanced Imaging Technology

Houston was selected as one of the first airports to introduce a new technology known as “Advanced Imaging Technology” (AIT).

When you arrive at a checkpoint where AIT is in operation, TSA staff will ask you to enter the unit with your feet slightly spread apart and your arms raised overhead. While you are in this specified position, a scan of your image allows TSA staff to better detect threats such as weapons, explosives or other objects, which may be concealed under layers of clothing.

Generally, passengers undergoing screening will have the opportunity to decline AIT screening in favor of physical screening. However, some passengers will be required to undergo AIT screening if their boarding pass indicates that they have been selected for enhanced screening, in accordance with TSA regulations, prior to their arrival at the security checkpoint. This will occur in a very limited number of circumstances. The vast majority of passengers will not be affected.

TSA Enhanced Pat-Downs

TSA began a new security screening technique that is more thorough as an enhanced pat down.

The enhanced pat-down may be performed by TSA agents on a random basis or when someone prefers to have a “pat-down,” rather than being scanned in the AIT or full body scanner.

Either way, if a TSA agent indicates that an enhanced pat-down is required, they will use their hands to check a passenger, rather than using the metal-detecting wand to inspect the passenger from head to toe to check for threats such as weapons, explosives or other objects which may be concealed under layers of clothing. When a TSA agent performs this procedure, they will explain in advance the steps they will take. The traveling public always has the option to ask for a private screening should a person not want to have this measure done in a public place.

TSA offers a “modified pat-down” for children 12-years-old and under who require the additional screening.

For more information, go to www.TSA.gov

IAH provides a variety of service-oriented amenities to enhance your travel experience. Stay connected with free Wi-Fi, learn about Houston at our Visitor Information Centers or give your pet a break in the Service Animal Relief Area.

All of these services can be found on the terminal maps located here.

International Processing

International passengers who arrive at both Terminals D and E will proceed through Customs & Immigration to the Terminal E international arrivals hall.

All connecting international passengers must go through TSA Security Recheck before proceeding to their onward flight (after processing through Immigration & Customs and collecting and rechecking baggage).

Visa Requirements

Non-U.S. citizens need a visa to enter the United States to visit, work, live and connect (international transit).

For more information on entry and visa requirements, please visit the U.S. Department of State

Immigration Procedures

Passengers traveling into IAH on international flights will arrive at gates in either Terminal D or Terminal E. They will disembark and make their way through secure corridors and across the sky bridges to the adjoining Federal Inspection Services (FIS). Here they will clear Immigration and Passport Control, go downstairs, claim baggage

The airport is located approximately 22 miles north of downtown Houston.

A variety of ground transportation services are available to and from the airport.

Note: International passengers who arrive at Terminal D will proceed through Customs & Immigration to the Terminal E international arrivals hall.

The Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority (METRO) offers local bus service.

  • IAH to downtown Houston: METRO Bus 102 serves the airport and surrounding vicinity with multiple stops and continues to the METRO station downtown. The fare is $1.25 (cash only; the driver does not make change). Transit time to downtown runs 50 to 90 minutes. Riders may stow luggage in the baggage compartment accessed from the outside of the bus (drivers do not assist with luggage). Pick up and drop off is at the METRO Bus Stop on Baggage Claim Level, south side of Terminal C.
  • IAH to HOU: For passengers wishing to travel by bus from IAH to HOU, take the METRO Bus 102 downtown (see above). Get off at the intersection of Milam and McKinney (before the METRO Transit Center), asking the driver to wait until any luggage is retrieved. Walk two blocks east on McKinney to the corner of McKinney and Main. Catch the METRO Bus 40 (eastbound/southbound) to HOU. The fare is $1.25 per ride for a total fare of $2.50.

Pick-up/Drop-off - outside Baggage Claim/Arrivals Level, Terminals A, B, and C

  • Terminal A: west side, Door A-114
  • Terminal B: west side, Door B-102N
  • Terminal C: west side, Door C-103
  • Follow signs to “Ground Transportation”
  • Exits are marked with “ Parking Shuttles”

Drop-off ONLY - Departures curb, Terminal D

  • Terminal D: outside lane, Departures curb

Pick-up/Drop-off - outside Level 2, Departure Level, Terminal E

  • Terminal E: west side, Door E-201

Note: International passengers who arrive at Terminal D will proceed through Customs & Immigration to the Terminal E international arrivals hall.

HOTEL SHUTTLES

Pick up/ Drop off - outside Baggage Claim/Arrivals Level, Terminals A, B, and C

  • Terminal A: south side, Door A-115
  • Terminal B: south side, B-103
  • Terminal C: south side, Door C-105
  • Follow signs to “Ground Transportation”
  • Exits are marked with “Hotel Shuttles”

Pick up/ Drop off - outside Level 2, Departures Level, Terminal E

  • Terminal E: west side, Door E-202

Note: International passengers who arrive at Terminal D will proceed through Customs & Immigration to the Terminal E international arrivals hall.

To request a hotel shuttle from IAH, direct dial phones and Interactive Visitor Kiosks are available in Baggage Claim in Terminals A, B and C, and on the International Arrivals Level of Terminal E.

CRUISE AND CHARTER BUSES

Pick up – Baggage Claim, Terminals A and C

Cruise lines serving IAH offer desks in Baggage Claim

Cruise and charter buses operators will direct you to your bus.

Cruise and charter buses depart from the south side of Terminals A and C

 

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