Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston are two notable airports in Texas, as they both serve large cities and offer international flights. Both airports also have incoming and departing domestic flights from several carriers and to several destinations.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, the largest airport in Texas as of 2015, has five terminals serving domestic carriers such as American Airlines, American Eagle, WestJet, JetBlue and Delta Airlines, as of 2015. The airport also serves flights from international carriers such as Air Canada, AeroMexico, Qatar Airways, Lufthansa and Korean Air. Travelers have several parking options in different price ranges, including remote, express, terminal and valet. The Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport website offers several services, such as flight information, a travel planner, a restaurant locator tool, and information regarding shuttle services and hotels.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston is the second-largest airport in Texas. It services more destinations in Mexico than any other airport in the United States, and also has international flights to areas such as Europe, Africa, Asia and Central and South America. George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston has five terminals and five runways, and serves as the headquarters of United Airlines. It offers domestic flights to cities such as Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago, San Francisco and Newark. International airlines that fly into and out of the airport include British Airways, Qantas, Polish Airlines and Air France.