About the project

Target completion date: early 2017

Project cost: $244 million

New Terminal C North vision:

The new United Airlines® Terminal C North will include floor-to-ceiling windows, passenger lounge areas, and 20 new dining and retail options. It will also include boarding gates to accommodate a mix of United’s narrow-, mid-, and wide-body planes.

“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 made Houston a premier international gateway and a cornerstone of United’s global network.” — Jim Compton, United’s vice chairman and chief revenue officer

Upon completion of this project, United will vacate the existing Terminal C North. The Houston Airport System will demolish the existing terminal to begin IAH Terminal D reconstruction.

The new Terminal C North project is scheduled to complete in early 2017.

Project Team

United Airlines New Terminal C North Project

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Designer

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Apron and Fueling

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Architectural and Engineering services (A&E)
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TX4 Transfer Belt Bag Conveyor

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Ramp Control Tower

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Construction Materials and Testing

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TC2 Gate Relocation

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About the Houston Airport System

To bring air service to Houston’s population of more than 6 million, the Houston Airport System has three facilities: George Bush Intercontinental Airport, William P. Hobby Airport, and Ellington Airport. In 2012, the three airports combined served more than 50 million passengers, including more than 8.7 million international travelers.

Together Houston’s airports form one of North America’s largest public airport systems. The airports position Houston as the international passenger and cargo gateway to the south central United States and a primary gateway to Latin America.

For more information about the Houston Airport System and George Bush Intercontinental Airport visit fly2houston.com.

“United continues to connect Houston on 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.” —Mayor Annise Parker