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Where You Can Fly from Houston Today?

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In addition to national air carriers, leading global airlines such as Air France, Emirates, Qatar Airways have restarted international services to Houston following the unprecedented COVID-19 travel decline.

The latest air carrier service restorations from Air France, Qatar Airways, and United Airlines on Sept. 2 mark Houston's significant rebound in connectivity to European, Middle Eastern and Latin American destinations. Nearly two-thirds of the airlines providing international service at George Bush Intercontinental airport (IAH) and William P. Hobby airport (HOU) have now been restored following a sharp decline of air service due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In Texas, Houston has the most airlines providing service to Mexico. Some airlines — VivaAerobus and Volaris — are even adding new service to select destinations they had not previously served from Houston.

The following airlines have restarted their international services to and from Houston:

Aeromexico

Air Canada

Air France

Emirates

EVA Air

KLM

Lufthansa

Qatar Airways

Southwest Airlines

Spirit Airlines

Turkish Airlines

United Airlines

VivaAerobus

Volaris

 

"We are an international city with an economy that thrives on global connectivity," City of Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said. "These significant steps in restoring air service will help Houston begin to recover from the economic challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic. I can assure you that this meaningful and significant restoration of international air service is being matched with a strong emphasis on safety."

In March, the global aviation industry began experiencing a sharp decline in air service. At the height of the downturn in April, Houston experienced a 95% decline in air-traffic. Houston has seen steady growth despite travel bans and restrictions still in place for large markets.

"The growing network of international connectivity will continue to meet pent-up demand in Houston and the surrounding region," Houston Airports Aviation Director Mario Diaz said. "Our focus is to increase passenger traffic while continuing to protect the health and safety of passengers in our airports through our signature FlySafe Houston initiative. We are doing our part, and our airline partners are doing their part, so that travelers are safe at every step of the air travel experience."

With the recent international service expansion, the public once again can enjoy nonstop service from Houston to the following destinations:

Mexico

Latin America
(Excluding Mexico)

All other
International markets

Cancun

Cabo San Lucas

Cozumel

Guadalajara

Leon/Guanajuato

Mexico City

Monterrey

Oaxaca

Puebla

Puerto Vallarta

Queretaro

San Luis Potosi

Tampico

Aruba

Belize City, Belize

Guatemala City, Guatemala

Liberia, Costa Rica

Lima, Peru

Montego Bay, Jamaica

Panama City, Panama

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

Quito, Ecuador

San Jose, Costa Rica

Sao Paulo, Brazil

San Pedro Sula, Honduras

San Salvador, El Salvador

Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Doha, Qatar

Frankfurt, Germany

Istanbul, Turkey

Paris, France

Taipei, Taiwan

Toronto, Canada

 

The safety and health of passengers is a priority to Houston Airports and its airline partners. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Houston Airports has launched FlySafe Houston to protect our passengers as best we can. Additionally, passengers can learn more about what individual airlines are doing to keep passengers safe by finding their airline of choice

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