Map of Texas Airports

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Texas Airports

According to the Texas Department of Transportation, Texas has nearly 400 airports and heliports open to the public. These include international, regional, and municipal airports. This map displays only the major 192.

  • A Municipal Airport is an airport owned by a city or municipality.
  • Regional Airports serve traffic within a small or lightly populated areas.
  • A regional airport usually does not have customs and immigration facilities to process traffic between countries.
  • International Airports have customs and border control facilities. They enable passengers to travel between countries. International Airports include international terminals. Passengers can fly abroad through direct or connecting flights. These airports also have domestic flights. Therefore they have two different terminals, domestic and international.

Texas Busiest Airports and Airlines

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) was the second busiest airport in the United States, after Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL).

The second busiest airport in Texas is Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH).

The third largest airport in Texas and the fastest growing is Austin's Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS).

The Lone Star state’s airline sector is one of the fastest growing of any state. Texas seat capacity has increased about a third in the past decade.

Each year Texas seat capacity inches closer to California's. Only Florida's capacity is growing as much.

American Airlines and Southwest Airlines are America's largest airlines. They are also headquartered in the Dallas- Fort Worth Metroplex. Meanwhile, United, has a hub in Houston. Source: Cirium.

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The Lone Star State Busiest Airports

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)

Dallas Fort Worth DFW has a total area of 78 square kilometers (30 sq mi), making it the largest airport in Texas and the second largest in the United States (behind Denver International Airport).

DFW is the third busiest airport in the world by aircraft movements, and the ninth busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic.

DFW is so large it has its own post office, ZIP code, and United States Postal Service city designation (“DFW Airport, TX”), as well as its own police, fire protection, and emergency medical services.

DFW Airport has service to a total of 202 destinations, including 55 international and 147 domestic destinations with the U.S. Source: Visit South Lake TX.

George Bush Intercontinental, Houston (IAH)

George Bush Intercontinental Airport was ranked as the Best U.S. Airport in 2020, and the Second-Best in North America at World Airport Awards.

It is a Class B International Airport that serves the Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown Metropolitan Region. George Bush Intercontinental major destinations are in Mexico.

IAH has five terminals with the top domestic destinations being Denver, Co, Los Angeles, CA, and Chicago, IL.

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS)

Owned by the city of Austin, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is one of the fastest-growing airports in the United States.

The airport has two runways and three helipads with destinations in North America and Europe.

The main terminal is Barbara Jordan Terminal. It has 34 gates, six of which are for international flights. Source: Austin Airport.

List of Primary Airports in Texas

Airport NameCodeCityEnplanements
Dallas-Fort Worth International AirportDFWDallas-Fort Worth32,821,799
George Bush Intercontinental/Houston AirportIAHHouston21,157,398
Dallas Love Field AirportDALDallas8,011,221
Austin-Bergstrom International AirportAUSAustin7,714,479
William P Hobby AirportHOUHouston7,053,886
San Antonio International AirportSATSan Antonio4,844,427
El Paso International AirportELPEl Paso1,605,486
Midland International Air And Space Port AirportMAFMidland618,794
Lubbock Preston Smith International AirportLBBLubbock484,010
Rick Husband Amarillo International AirportAMAAmarillo355,705
McAllen Miller International AirportMFEMcAllen347,440
Corpus Christi International AirportCRPCorpus Christi332,499
Valley International AirportHRLHarlingen302,236
Robert Gray AAF AirportGRKFort Hood/Killeen154,328
Brownsville/South Padre Island International AirportBROBrownsville115,711
Laredo International AirportLRDLaredo95,858
Easterwood Field AirportCLLCollege Station79,309
Abilene Regional AirportABIAbilene77,229
Waco Regional AirportACTWaco57,344
San Angelo Regional/Mathis Field AirportSJTSan Angelo55,301
Tyler Pounds Regional AirportTYRTyler48,532
Sheppard AFB/Wichita Falls Municipal AirportSPSWichita Falls38,026
Jack Brooks Regional AirportBPTBeaumont/Port Arthur27,694
East Texas Regional AirportGGGLongview24,588

Code: Location identifier assigned by the Federal Aviation Administration.

Data from 2022. Source: National Airport Database.


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