How is the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston laid out?


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The George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston comprises five terminals, A through E, set out in a line from west to east, and is set out over four levels. Level one houses the subway train line, which runs between the terminals on the non-secured side; level two is for baggage claim; level three has ticketing, shops, food courts, check-in and gates; and level four is for the Skyway elevated train service, which runs between the terminals on the secured side.

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Terminals A through C have gates to their north and south sides, while terminal D has gates to its north and terminal E has gates to its south. Parking areas are located between terminals A and B, on either side of terminal C, and west of terminal E. The Marriott Hotel, which is the only hotel on airport property, is located near the center of the airport.

Visit Fly2Houston.com, mouse over Intercontinental, and click Maps & Directions to view an airport map showing the layout and location of the terminals and gates. A list beside the map shows the airlines that use each terminal. A table below the map lists the shops, dining options, lounges and amenities that each terminal offers.

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