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George Bush Intercontinental Airport announces changes in March

HOUSTON – A big change is coming to George Bush Intercontinental Airport, IAH.

The Terminal D/E Parking Garage will close permanently on March 1 to allow for our crews to begin construction of the new international terminal arrivals and departures hall.

USEFUL INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS

  • Starting March 1, the Terminal D/E garage at Bush Airport will permanently close. 
  • Passenger vehicles still parked in the Terminal D/E garage after March 18 will be relocated at the owner’s expense. 
  • All passengers who would normally park in Terminal D/E garage may park in any other terminal garages and use the subway train to access Terminals D and E. 
  • Other convenient and affordable parking options include two nearby ecopark lots. 
  • Passengers are encouraged to visit www.fly2houston.com to check terminal garage parking capacities, pre-book parking and save.   
  • Terminal D/E curbside pickup and drop-off will remain open. To ease potential roadway congestion, family or friends picking up passengers for all terminals should use the cellphone lots until their passenger is ready at curbside. 

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