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Traveling to League City and the Houston has never been easier. As the country's fourth largest airport system, the Houston Airport System serves over 180 cities worldwide, with Bush Intercontinental Airport ranking third in the United States among airports with scheduled non-stop domestic and international service. The airport is 46 miles from League City.

Houston Airport System
  • 4th largest multi-airport system in the country
  • 20 airlines serve Bush and Hobby airports
  • Houston ranked No. 1 in the United States by Travel + Leisure for food options, lounges, entertainment (free Wi-Fi), on -time performance and friendly staff (2010)
  • Houston ranked No. 1 by Travel + Leisure readers for America's best airports (2009).

Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH)
The largest airport in Houston.  All five terminals are connected by an automated people-mover and underground train. Wi-Fi internet, retail stores, and more than 50 food and beverage outlets ensure a pleasant visit. Visitor information centers, a currency exchange booth, as well as ADA amenities are also available.  Airlines serving Bush Intercontinental Airport are AeroMexico, Air Canada, Air France, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Emirates, KLM, Lufthansa, Qatar Aiways, Singapore Airlines, TACA, United Airlines, US Airways and VivaAerobus.

William P. Hobby Airport (HOU)
Hobby Airport serves domestic destinations and has seen significant increases in passenger numbers over the past two years. With 9.84 million travelers in 2011, there is a good chance it will hit the record 10 million mark in 2012. Wi-Fi internet, retail stores and more than 12 food and beverage outlets ensure a pleasant visit. Visitor information centers as well as ADA amenities are also available. Airlines serving Hobby Airport are AirTran Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways and Southwest Airlines. Hobby Airport is located about 11 miles south of Downtown Houston and 16 miles from League City.