William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) is an international airport in Houston, Texas. HOU is Houston's oldest commercial airport. It serves domestic destinations and has seen significant increases in passenger numbers in recent years, reaching 12 million travelers in 2015.
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William P. Hobby Airport
Airport Code: (HOU)
7800 Airport Blvd
Houston, Texas 77061
There is a variety of transportation options at HOU Airport, so you can choose among the following: Shuttles & Buses, Courtesy Shuttles, Ride Sharing Apps, Taxis, Rental Cars, and Public Transportation. If you’re not sure which mode of transport is the best for you, we will provide you with a detailed list and help you find the most suitable option.
Shuttles & Buses
Hobby Airport Shuttle is a great transportation option, being both inexpensive and friendly. It takes longer than a taxi but is definitely more affordable.
Super Shuttle transports travelers to and from their private address, office, or hotel. You can choose between a shared ride with other passengers headed in the same direction or book a non-stop shuttle just for you and your party.
In order to find one at the airport, you should follow signs ‘’Buses/Shuttles’’ to Ground Transportation and look for the Curb Zone 1 outside Baggage Claim/Arrivals Level.
You can purchase Super Shuttle tickets in Baggage Claim, but reservations in advance are highly recommended. Make a reservation on the Super Shuttle app, or call their Customer Care Center at (800) 258-3826.
If you want to know more about their fares, check the following list, choose your destination, and see the price:
If you’re interested in a more luxurious ride, there is a sister brand ExecuCar that offers a higher-end, private transportation for up to six passengers. You can find the prices and make a reservation for both SuperShuttle and ExecuCar on the SuperShuttle website.
If you’re interested in their price for the above-mentioned locations, check the following list:
Sun Travel Airport Shuttle has daily shuttles from Houston Airports to Beaumont, that is Jack Brooks Regional Airport (BPT). The pick-up location at HOU Airport is at Curb Zone 4 outside Baggage Claim area/Arrivals Level.
Their prices are $44 per person each way and $22 per child under the age of 12.
You can find out more if you call (409) 291-5766 during the office hours (from 9 AM to 4 PM).
Ground Shuttle provides daily shuttles between HOU and Easterwood Airport (CLL).
It departs from Curb Zone 4 outside Baggage Claim/Arrivals Level.
Their base fare from the Ground Shuttle Office (1450 Old Arrington Rd, College Station) to HOU Airport is $45 if prepaid online. If there’s no pre-payment, their base fare is $52.
For more information, call (855) 303-4415 or visit their website.
Galveston Limousine Service offers daily shuttles between HOU and Galveston. Their buses depart from Curb Zone 4 outside Baggage Claim/Arrivals Level.
Shuttles are prearranged with a reservation booked at least two days in advance.
If you make a reservation online, the price for a one-way ticket will be $25 and for a round trip $40. Rates for non-online tickets are:
For more information, call (409) 744-5466.
Various hotels offer courtesy vans to their properties. You can use the courtesy telephones and Interactive Visitor Kiosks in the Baggage Claim area to request a pick-up.
Their pick-up and drop off location is Curb Zone 3 outside Baggage Claim/Arrivals Level.
Hotels near Houston Hobby Airport
There are many comfortable accommodations near HOU Airport, and we’ve chosen the best hotels just for you! Look for their information in the following list:
Ride Sharing Apps
Shared ride service is a great choice for those who want to share a ride with other people and pay a flat rate to certain destinations. Ride Apps that serve HOU Airport are:
To find their pick-up location, follow signs to Ground Transportation and Baggage Claim, exit through door nearest Baggage Claim Carousel No. 4, and follow signs “Ride App” to Curb Zone 5.
If you want to find out the fare estimates, check their websites and choose your destination. To help you, we’ve outlined the lowest prices to some popular places in the list below.
Want to grab a taxi? No problem, just go to Curb Zone 2 outside Baggage Claim area in the Lower Level. Airport personnel is available at the taxi stands to assist with finding a cab.
In the following list, find out the approximate fares from HOU Airport (not including gratuity):
- $26.50 to Downtown
- $32.60 to Medical Center/NRG Park
- $38.20 to NASA Space Center
- 39.20 to Greenway Plaza
- $55.50 to Galleria
- $72.30 to George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH)
Senior citizens are eligible for a 10% discount.
There is a surcharge of $1.25 for a departure fee, and an additional $1.00 for late-night trips between 8:00 PM and 6:00 AM.
If you don’t want to share your ride and want the vehicle all to yourself, a rental car is an option for you. Their pick-up spot is at Curb Zone 1 outside Baggage Claim area/Arrivals Level.
There are 10 major rental car companies that serve HOU, and you can see them in the list below:
Three of them - Avis, Budget, and Hertz - are open 24 hours.
Public Transportation is a great and cheap transportation option.
At Hobby Airport, the METRO (the Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority) operates several services from and to downtown Houston and Houston (IAH) Airport.
Pick-up/drop off location is at Curb Zone 3 outside Baggage Claim area/Arrivals Level.
- HOU to downtown Houston: METRO Bus 40 provides local service and continues to downtown Houston and the George R. Brown Convention Center. Transit time to downtown can run one hour.
- HOU to IAH: Take METRO Bus 40 downtown, and get off at the intersection of Lamar and Milam. Go to Milam and turn right. Walk one block to McKinney, then turn right on McKinney, and walk one block to the corner of Travis and McKinney. Catch METRO Bus 102 to IAH Terminal C. Total transit time can run two hours, ten minutes.
The fare is $1.25 per ride.
You can also get a METRO Day Pass that offers unlimited local bus and METRORail service with just three paid taps of your card – never pay more than $3 a day.