The Reconstruction of Mickey Leland International Terminal D

United and Houston Airport System Break Ground on All-New Terminal C North at IAH.

The Luxonomist. 14/05/2015
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United’s all-new Terminal C North concourse being built at the airline’s Houston hub will feature floor-to-ceiling windows offering soaring tarmac views, expansive gate-lounge areas and 20 new dining and retail options near boarding gates.

United Airlines, in partnership withHoustonMayorAnnise Parkerand the Houston Airport System, will break ground today on the airline’s new Terminal C North concourse at George Bush Intercontinental Airport.

Floor-to-ceiling windows in the new concourse will offer soaring tarmac views, expansive gate-lounge areas will provide higher levels of comfort and 20 new dining and retail options near boarding gates will give Houstonians and travelers connecting through the airport more of the varied options they enjoy.

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The$244 millionproject will create a 265,000-square-foot facility, more than 100,000 square feet larger than the existing Terminal C North, with 11 passenger boarding gates to accommodate a mix of United’s narrow-, mid- and wide-body aircraft.

When construction on the new concourse is completed, the Houston Airport System will demolish the existing Terminal C North facility at Bush Intercontinental to enable the reconstruction of the Mickey Leland International Terminal D. The international terminal is critical to Bush Intercontinental’s extensive connecting air traffic, particularly for those customers connecting between United flights and flights operated by United’s international airline partners.

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«The partnership that exists between theCity of Houstonand United Airlines continues to grow stronger in a variety of important ways,» saysHoustonMayorAnnise Parker. «United continues to connectHoustonon a global level through the launching of new nonstop flights and they continue to partner with the city’s airport system on vital infrastructure projects, which dramatically improve the overall travel experience for millions of people.»

«Through this next phase of our ongoing facilities expansion at Bush Intercontinental, United’s customers will enjoy more of the comforts and amenities they have come to expect, and that have madeHoustona premier international gateway and a cornerstone of United’s global network,» saysJim Compton, United’s vice chairman and chief revenue officer.

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United expects to complete the new Terminal C North concourse in early 2017. FromHouston, United and United Express offer nearly 560 daily flights to more than 180 destinations around the world, including top business and leisure travel markets inAfrica,Asia,Europeand the Americas. TheHoustonhub is United’s premier gateway toLatin America, serving 51 nonstop destinations acrossLatin Americaand theCaribbean. United is one of the city’s largest employers, with more than 15,000Houston-based employees.

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