Texas Airports Map

Texas airports include both domestic and international airports. There are 393 airports in Texas for the public to use. Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and George Bush Intercontinental Airport are the major international airports in Texas.
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Airports in Texas

Texas has the highest number of airports among all the states in the U.S. Air transportation is a major mode of public transportation in the state. Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and George Bush Intercontinental Airport are the major international airports in Texas state.

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport
In terms of area and passengers transported, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is the biggest airport in Texas. It is also popularly referred to as DFW. By area, it is the fourth biggest in the world and the second biggest in the U.S. The area of the airport is 18,076 acres (73.15 km2).

In terms of traffic movement, Dallas Fort Worth is the busiest in Texas and the fourth busiest in the U.S. It is the sixth busiest worldwide and transports 26,663,984 passengers every year. American/American Eagle of AMR Corporation., the biggest airline in the world in terms of passenger fleet volume and overall passenger-miles traveled, uses Dallas Fort Worth as its principal and biggest hub. DFW serves 46 overseas and 144 domestic destinations. The airport has five terminals. The top domestic destinations of DFW are listed below :
  • Chicago, IL
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Denver, CO
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • San Antonio, TX
  • Las Vegas, NV
  • Austin, TX
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • Miami, FL
  • New York, NY

George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH)
George Bush Intercontinental Airport is the second biggest airport in Texas. It is located in Houston. George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) serves as the biggest hub of Continental Airlines, which is also based in Houston. It is a Class B International Airport that serves the Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown Metropolitan Region. George Bush Intercontinental operates flights to majority of destinations in Mexico and this is higher than any other airport in the U.S. This airport also has five terminals. The top domestic destinations of IAH are as follows:
  • Colorado Denver, CO
  • California Los Angeles, CA
  • Illinois Chicago, IL
  • New Jersey Newark, NJ
  • Arizona Phoenix, AZ
  • Nevada Las Vegas, NV
  • Louisiana New Orleans, LA
  • Texas Dallas/Fort Worth,TX
  • California San Francisco, CA
  • Washington (U.S. State) Seattle, WA

Other Texas airports that serve more than 4 million passengers every year are as follows:
  • Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
  • San Antonio International Airport
  • William P. Hobby Airport
  • Dallas Love Field

Del Rio International Airport is the smallest airport in the state. It is scheduled to be authorized as an international airport.

At present, Southwest Airlines has its operations at Dallas Love Field. The airlines also has its headquarters located in Dallas. In terms of count of passengers transported domestically every year, it is the biggest airline in the U.S. and in terms of number of passengers transported, it is the biggest airline in the world.

Texas Airports List
Airport NameCityCoordinates
Abilene Regional AirportAbilene32.41325, -99.683111
Rick Husband Amarillo International AirportAmarillo35°13′10″N 101°42′21″W
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Greater Austin30°11′40″N 097°40′12″W
Jack Brooks Regional Airport Beaumont / Port Arthur29°57′03″N 094°01′14″W
Brownsville/South Padre Island International AirportBrownsville / South Padre Island25°54′25″N 097°25′33″W
Easterwood Airport College Station30°35′19″N 96°21′50″W
Corpus Christi International AirportCorpus Christi27°46′13″N 097°30′04″W
Dallas Love FieldDallas32°50′50″N 096°51′06″W
Dallas/Fort Worth International AirportDallas-Fort Worth32°53′49″N 097°02′17″W
Del Rio International AirportDel Rio29°22′27″N 100°55′38″W
El Paso International AirportEl Paso31°48′26″N 106°22′39″W
Killeen-Fort Hood Regional AirportFort Hood / Killeen31°04′02″N 097°49′44″W
Valley International AirportHarlingen26°13′38″N 097°39′18″W
George Bush Intercontinental AirportGreater Houston29°59′04″N 095°20′29″W
William P. Hobby Airport Houston29°38′44″N 95°16′44″W
Laredo International AirportLaredo27°32′38″N 99°27′42″W
East Texas Regional AirportLongview32°23′02″N 094°42′41″W
Lubbock Preston Smith International AirportLubbock33°39′49″N 101°49′14″W
McAllen Miller International AirportMcAllen26°10′33″N 098°14′19″W
Midland International Air and Space PortMidland and Odessa31°56′33″N 102°12′07″W
San Angelo Regional AirportSan Angelo31°21′18″N 100°29′47″W
San Antonio International AirportSan Antonio-New Braunfels29°31′36″N 098°28′19″W
Tyler Pounds Regional AirportTyler32°21′14″N 095°24′10″W
Waco Regional AirportWaco31°36′41″N 097°13′50″W
Wichita Falls Municipal Airport Wichita Falls33°59′20″N 098°29′31″W
Victoria Regional AirportVictoria28°51′09″N 096°55′07″W
Abernathy Municipal AirportAbernathy33°50′45″N 101°45′47″W
Albany Municipal AirportAlbany32°43′17″N 099°16′03″W
Buffalo AirportAmarillo35°03′50″N 101°52′39″W
Tradewind AirportAmarillo35°10′12″N 101°49′33″W
Austin Executive AirportAustin30°23′48″N 097°34′24″W
Lakeway AirparkAustin30°21′27″N 097°59′40″W
Bruce FieldBallinger31°40′28″N 099°58′37″W
Baytown AirportBaytown29°47′10″N 094°57′10″W
RWJ AirparkBaytown29.761667, -94.846389
Bishop Municipal AirportBishop27°36′37″N 097°45′09″W
Caldwell Municipal AirportCaldwell30°30′56″N 096°42′15″W
Childress Municipal AirportChildress34°26′02″N 100°17′17″W
Air Park-Dallas AirportDallas33°01′24″N 096°50′13″W
Airpark East AirportDallas32°48′50″N 096°21′08″W
Bishop AirportDecatur33°15′59″N 097°27′06″W
Terrell County AirportDryden30°02′47″N 102°12′47″W
Horizon AirportEl Paso31°43′11″N 106°14′13″W
Hicks AirfieldFort Worth32°54′44″N 097°24′04″W
Kenneth Copeland AirportFort Worth32°58′38″N 097°29′18″W
Bourland FieldFort Worth32°34′54″N 097°35′27″W
Sycamore Strip AirportFort Worth32°37′42″N 097°21′13″W
Weiser Air ParkHouston29°56′07″N 095°38′23″W
Westheimer Air ParkHouston29°41′41″N 095°47′41″W
Houston Executive Airport Houston29°48′18″N 095°53′52″W
Dan Jones International AirportHouston30°02′34″N 095°40′02″W
Flyin' B AirportHouston29.537735, -95.423831
Houston Fort Bend AirportHouston29°30′18″N 095°54′00″W
Kent County Airport (Gerald R. Ford International Airport)Grand Rapids42°52′51″N 85°31′22″W
Sack-O-Grande AcroportKaty29°54′46″N 095°49′36″W
Lakeview AirportLake Dallas33°07′55″N 97°00′51″W
Madisonville Municipal AirportMadisonville30°54′46″N 095°57′07″W
Marlin AirportMarlin31°20′26″N 096°51′07″W
Mason County AirportMason30°43′56″N 099°11′02″W
Wood County AirportMineola / Quitman32°44′32″N 095°29′47″W
Newton Municipal AirportNewton30°53′03″N 093°44′33″W
Skyway Manor AirportPearland29°33′21″N 095°19′41″W
McKinley FieldPearsall28.822222, -99.108889
Hunt AirportPortland27°53′13″N 097°20′54″W
Taylor AirportQuinlan32°57′09″N 096°05′45″W
Rankin AirportRankin31°13′39″N 101°57′11″W
Northwest Regional AirportRoanoke33°03′07″N 97°13′55″W
Phillips Flying Ranch AirportRockwall32°52′05″N 096°13′09″W
Rives Air ParkRoyse City32°51′25″N 096°18′30″W
Horizon AirportSan Antonio29°17′01″N 098°30′01″W
Flying C Airport Sanger 33°20′32″N 097°16′12″W
Ironhead Airport Sanger 33°19′54″N 097°13′49″W
Lane FieldSanger 33°21′58″N 097°08′47″W
Sherman Municipal AirportSherman33°37′27″N 096°35′10″W
Cannon FieldSomerset29°12′58″N 098°32′58″W

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