George Bush AirportBush International Airport is the main Houston airport for travellers coming from outside the United States.  Regarded as one of the top 10 busiest airports in North America, Bush International Airport, also known as IAH, serves millions of passengers yearly ever since it commenced operations.  Tourists and business executives traveling to Houston may now make their visits more worthwhile and convenient by booking Bush International Airport transportation  with C&S Executive Transportation.  Hailed as the top executive transportation provider in Greater Houston, C&S has a wide array of luxury vehicles that can safely and promptly transport one up to forty passengers.




Bush International Airport transportation – IAH to Hobby Airport




Thousands of transient travellers arrive at IAH just to transfer to another Houston airport, William Hobby Airport.  William Hobby Airport used to be the main international airport of Houston but with the opening of IAH, Hobby Airport was converted to the main domestic airport of Houston, where both commercial and private domestic airlines function.  Business executives and other tourists that go to Texas usually land in IAH but need to transfer to Hobby Airport to reach their connecting flights.  Travellers need not worry about this small glitch as C&S Executive Transportation works 24/7 to exclusively bring passengers to their next destination safely and promptly.


Hobby Airport is less than 35 miles from IAH, which can be reached in less than 45 minutes via the car services of C&S Executive Transportation.  This is the fastest, most convenient way to reach Hobby Airport.  From IAH, travellers would need to travel southward on I-69 and I-45 until they reach Gulf Freeway. This short drive will give a sneak peek of what the city of Houston looks like and will even show some of the city’s landmarks and sights such as the Buffalo Bayou, the George Brown Convention Center, and many more.

George Bush International Airport





IAH to Lone Star Executive Airport



Another busy domestic airport located in Houston, Lone Star Executive Airport services more than 200 domestic aircrafts daily.  Located north of IAH, this airport is usually used for private chartered aircrafts that fly business executives and other transient passengers to neighboring cities.  Lone Star Executive Airport is less than 40 miles from IAH, which can be reached in less than an hour.  Transient travellers can easily transfer to Lone Star Airport via the efficient service of C&S Executive Transportation.

It is quite easy to get to Lone Star from IAH. Just travel north of Hardy Toll Road and enter I-45.  From I-45, take Exit 89 and continue on the Freeway Service Road until you reach Airport Parkway.  From Airport Parkway, take a left on Carl Pickering Memorial Drive and you will reach Lone Star Executive Airport from there.



IAH to David Wayne Hooks Airport


The busiest general aviation airport in Texas, David Wayne Hooks Airport is located in the County of Harris, which is found northwest of the central business district of Houston.  Traveling executives usually transfer to Hooks Airport from IAH to ride a chartered helicopter that will bring them to their specific destination.  Local transfers to David Wayne Hooks Airport is not difficult to do especially if arranged with C&S Executive Transportation.  Just 21 miles northwest of IAH, Hooks Airport is just a 40 minute drive away. This scenic drive will give travellers a sneak peek of Spring, Texas.


Going to Hooks Airport is very easy.  Just follow the northbound of Hardy Toll Road and then turn left at E. Louetta Road.  From there, enter the 2920 Farm to Market Road. From there you will see Hooks Airport on the left.




IAH to Sugar Land Regional Airport


One of the largest airports in the Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown area, Sugar Land Regional Airport is located southwest of the central business district of Houston. As it is closely situated to Houston’s commercial area, this airport greatly services government officials, corporate executives, and other similar clients that need to hop on government or corporate jets to easily reach their destinations.  Transferring to Sugar Land Regional Airport can be hassle free when you book with C&S Executive Transportation.


Sugar Land Regional Airport is less than 50 miles south from IAH, which can be reached in an hour or so.  It is very easy to reach this airport; just take Will Clayton Parkway from IAH and then enter Interstate 69.  Take the exit from I-69 to get to US 59 Frontage Road. From this road, take a right to TX-6 and you’ll see Sugar Land Regional Airport to your left.




IAH to Scholes International Airport


Located south of IAH, the Port of Galveston is a popular seaport for international and local luxury cruise lines.  Tourists flying in from Bush International Airport need to take land transfers to reach the port before they can get on board.  Tourists need to travel almost 73 miles south from the airport, which will take more or less an hour and a half.  Land transfers are available 24/7 via the most reliable car service company, C&S Executive Transportation.

Traveling from IAH to the port is very easy; just take I-69 from Will Clayton Parkway.  From I-69, proceed to I-45.  Head towards State Highway 87 and then take Harborside Drive to reach the port.



Traveling from airport to airport is very easy and convenient when you book with C&S Executive Transportation.  Experience the comfort and care of our professional chauffeur as he drives you to your destination safely and promptly.