George Bush Intercontinental Airport first opened its doors in June 1969. This year marks the 50th anniversary for George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), and these 50 years have been golden.
We have enjoyed many exciting developments over the years. The airport first opened with two terminals, A and B. Both terminal A and B were designed with four “flight stations” (the circular modules), and, in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, terminal A’s north and south concourses were remodeled into linear concourses. In recent years, the airport added a new Terminal B South Concourse and C North Terminal. The IAH Terminal Redevelopment Program will further enhance the airport’s footprint and capacity.