William P. Hobby Airport

William P. Hobby Airport

About William P. Hobby Airport

William P. Hobby Airport is a public airport in Houston, Texas, located 7 miles from downtown Houston. The airport covers 1,304 acres (528A_ha) and has four runways. Hobby Airport is Houston's oldest commercial airport and was the city's primary air terminal until the opening of Houston Intercontinental Airport (now George Bush Intercontinental Airport) in 1969. Hobby serves the city as a secondary airport handling domestic service and is a regional center for corporate and private aviation. The airport is home of the 1940 Air Terminal Museum which houses a collection in the original art deco building which served as the first terminal for passenger flight in Houston. It currently serves as a focus city for Southwest Airlines.

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