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William P. Hobby Airport
William P. Hobby Airport was originally a 600-acre private landing field, W.T. Carter Field, located in southeast Houston. In 1937, the airport was renamed to Houston Municipal Airport and began offering commercial flights. It's the oldest airport in the Houston area. The airport added an expanded terminal building in 1954 to allow for additional flights. In 1967, the airport was renamed to honor previous Texas governor, William P. Hobby.
Commercial flights were discontinued in 1969, after George Bush Intercontinental Airport opened in north Houston. Commercial flights resumed in 1971. The 80-acre airport offers flights through six commercial airlines. Terminal amenities include, Wi-Fi internet access, dining, shopping, convenient parking and ground transportation. Before your flight, stroll through the 1940 Air Terminal Museum to learn more about the city's aviation history. While in Houston, choose one of the several Best Western hotels, to enjoy comfortable accommodations and excellent guest services.
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