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Cheap round-trip flights to Houston

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Flights to Houston information

Destination Airport William P. Hobby
Destination Airport IATA Code HOU
Destination City Name Houston

A cross between a high-powered and high-flying oil city and a laid back cultural centre, Houston is a city that is constantly reinventing itself. The largest city in Texas is known for its urban sprawl but an eclectic arts and museum scene also give it broad appeal.


When to Book Flights to Houston

The best times to visit Houston are between February and April and then again between September and November. Visit then and you avoid the extreme heat of the summer, when even some of the locals flee the city for more pleasant temperatures. As well as more comfortable weather, spring and autumn are also when you’ll find most of major festival events. Whenever you are flying, book early to get the biggest choice of cheap flights to Houston at these times.


How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Houston

Use the filter options on the left side of the page to refine your search results and find the best flights to Houston for you. You can choose your airline, as well as your arrival and departure times.

Click the ‘Nearby airports’ button, located under your departure and arrival details, to see what might be available from other convenient airports. It might also be possible to find better deals if you’re flexible about your exact dates of travel. Click the ‘Show flexible dates’ button above your search results to find out.


UK Departures to Houston

There are regular departures to Houston from a choice of UK airports.

These include:


Main Airports in Houston

George Bush Intercontinental Airport serves the greater metropolitan area of Houston, located around 23 miles to the north of the downtown area. It handles around 40 million passengers a year, making it one of the top 50 busiest in the world. Ground transportation options include interstates 69 and 45, a Metro bus service and shuttle services to various points around the city.


Which Airlines Fly to Houston?

A choice of airlines run regular cheap flights to Houston, including:


How to Get to and Around Houston

A large number of freeways make getting around Houston by car very easy, although parking in the downtown area does come with its own set of problems. Rent a car at the airport for convenient travel but be aware that traffic can get busy around rush hour. The Metro public transport network operates local, express and light rail services around the city but you will need to pay all fares with exact change.


What Are the Must-sees in Houston?

A Houston CityPASS grants access to six of the top attractions in the city within nine days of its first use, including the Space Center, Downtown Aquarium and Houston Museum of Natural Science.

For some open space, visit the vast Hermann Park, home of the Houston Zoo, and more than 450 acres to explore. Access is via the light rail system from the downtown area. Some of the city’s biggest festivals include the Livestock Show and Rodeo in February and the Shakespeare Festival in the summer.


Tips and Tricks for Traveling in Houston

UK visitors to the US do not need a visa for stays of less than 90 days. The currency in Houston is the US dollar and they run on Central Time, usually five hours behind GMT.