IAH Airport Parking

The airport has over 25,000 parking spaces and some of the lowest parking rates in the country.

The Houston Airport System also operates ecopark. Ecopark is the city's economy parking lot that provides parking at the corner of Greens Road and John F. Kennedy Blvd. and free shuttle service to the terminals.

Terminal Parking (All)

  • First hour: $3
  • 1 - 2 hours: $4
  • 2 - 3 hours: $7
  • 3 - 5 hours: $9
  • 5 - 24 hours: $19

Valet Parking - All Terminals

  • 0 - 2 hours: $10
  • 2 - 24 hours: $25

EcoPark - Covered Parking

  • 0 - 3 hours: $2.77 plus tax
  • 3 - 24 hours: $7.39 plus tax

EcoPark - Uncovered Parking

  • 0 - 3 hours: $2.77 plus tax
  • 3 - 24 hours: $5.54 plus tax

Charging stations

The city of Houston's green initiative takes another major step forward as dozens of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations are now readily available for customers at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH).

There are a total of 18 FREE Blink chargers available at IAH. Please be aware that customers will need a Blink InCard or smart phone to use the charging stations. Blink InCards can be obtained at blinknetwork.com. Customers using their smart phones can scan a QR code from the touchscreen to receive a Blink Guest Code.

Customers driving electric vehicles can locate charging stations at different sites in parking areas found across from IAH (number of stations are in parenthesis):

  • (8) – ecopark
  • (2) – 1st floor Terminals A/B Garage
  • (2) – 4th floor Terminals A/B Garage
  • (4) – 4th floor Terminal C Garage
  • (2) – 3rd floor Terminals D/E Garage

Cell Phone Lots

Bush Intercontinental Airport has a parking option that will save you gas, time and cut down on stress when you arrive to pick someone from their flight.

Cell Phone Lots can be found off of Will Clayton Parkway and JFK Blvd. You can wait for free - until your arriving party calls you on your cell phone to advise you that they have landed, deplaned, claimed their luggage and are waiting curbside for you.

Please be aware that parking and waiting is not permitted at the Terminal curbside areas. The Cell Phone Lots provide a place for you to wait if your arriving party is later than expected. When more airport visitors use the Cell Phone Lots, there is less traffic on Terminal Roads and less pollution in the air and they are open every day.

To reach the Cell Phone Lots, just follow the black signs to the entrance, whether you're using John F. Kennedy Boulevard or Will Clayton Parkway.

Rates are subject to change at any time.