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Cheap Flights to Houston, Texas, USA

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Houston Fact File

Country: United States
State: Texas (TX)
Population: 2,320,268
Currency: $ (USD)
Language: English

Airports in Houston

#1. George Bush Intercontinental Airport
Airport Code: IAH
Location: 23 miles (37 km) north of Downtown Houston
Ground Transportation: Local bus, shuttle, van, taxi and SunRail
On-Time Performance of Flights at IAH
Arrival Flights: 85% | Departure Flights:84%

#2. William P. Hobby Airport
Airport Code: HOU
Location: 7 miles (11 km) from downtown Houston
Ground Transportation: Local bus, shuttle, van, taxi and SunRail
On-Time Performance of Flights at HOU
Arrival Flights: 87% | Departure Flights:88%

Operating Airlines

Here is a list of US-based airlines flying to Houston. 

  1. United
  2. Mesa
  3. Spirit
  4. SkyWest
  5. American

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Nonstop Flights to Houston (Domestic) 

Houston is one of the largest airports in the USA. Hence, most of the cities have nonstop flights to Houston. Talk to one of travel experts to find and book nonstop flights from your city or home airport.


  1. Denver, CO (DEN)
  2. Chicago, IL (ORD)
  3. Los Angeles, CA (LAX)
  4. Dallas/Fort Worth, TX (DFW)
  5. Atlanta, GA, ATL
  6. Las Vegas, NV, LAS
  7. Orlando, FL, MCO
  8. Newark, NJ, EWR
  9. Miami, FL, MIA
  10. Fort Lauderdale, FL (FLL)

About the City Houston

Houston It can be considered the fourth most important city in the United States, in addition to being the most important city in Texas, is the business, technological and commercial center of that state.


It is a great metropolitan center with a sophisticated cosmopolitan atmosphere and all the attractions that you can expect from a big city. Very close to the Gulf of Mexico, its character as a cosmopolitan and sophisticated metropolis makes it not a tourist city par excellence, as can happen with New York or Washington, but its parks, museums, and other attractions offer a very pleasant stay. Its economic progress has been increasing over the years, materializing in the construction of huge skyscrapers and shopping centres both in the center and in the surroundings.

The city of Houston, Texas, was founded in August 1836 by brothers Augustus and John Allen. The following year, in 1837, Houston joined the Republic of Texas and remained its capital until 1840. At that time, the economy of Houston was mainly based on agriculture. However, when oil was discovered at Spindletop in 1901, it became the most important economic pillar.

The 1940s brought great diversification and important industries to the banks of the shipping channel. In the 1950s, the Texas Medical Center became a reality and propelled Houston to a high level in international medicine.

NASA chose Houston as the headquarters of the manned spacecraft of the control center and was completed in the late 1960s.

Top Attractions

Downtown Houston
Downtown Houston With dozens of streets full of contrasts, the amazing downtown Houston is one of the most exciting places to visit in the entire city. Here you will find modern skyscrapers, such as the JPMorgan Chase Tower and Wells Fargo Square, both with viewpoints and located next to beautiful and old buildings of the 19th century. On Main Street, there are attractive fountains, the METRO Rail road’s, the old and modest swamps, but nice public parks like the Discovery Green.

Johnson Space Center
Johnson Space Center Located between Galveston Island and the city of Houston, NASA's Johnson Space Center is the training site for American astronauts. In the place, you will find a great selection of attractions, including space artifacts, theaters, and numerous exhibitions, definitely something you should not miss.

Houston Tunnel System
Houston Tunnel systems in these attractive and well-designed underground tunnels in the heart of Houston you can walk from one building to another or from one street to another, all in a comfortable and air-conditioned environment. Linking 95 streets of the city, the Houston Tunnel System also passes through several restaurants and excellent shopping centers.

The Museum District
The Museum District is one of the most impressive cultural areas not only in Houston but throughout the United States. Located a few minutes from the city center, this district is home to 18 cultural and artistic centres, the Byzantine Fresco and Rothko chapels-museum, the Rice University Art Gallery, a zoo and ten other museums: 

  1.        Buffalo Soldiers National Museum
  2.         Houston Children's Museum
  3.         Houston Museum of Contemporary Art
  4.         Houston Czech Center Museum
  5.         Health Museum
  6.         Houston Holocaust Museum
  7.         Houston Natural Science Museum
  8.         The Menil Collection
  9.         Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
  10.         Weather Museum

Best Time to Visit

Between February and April and during the fall months of September to November