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Houston Airport System
News Release
Thursday, January 19, 2012

Houston Celebrates Terminal B Redevelopment Project
at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Partnership with United Airlines

Houston – The vital redevelopment of George Bush Intercontinental Airport’s Terminal B is officially underway. A groundbreaking ceremony led by Mayor Annise Parker and project partners, the Houston Airport System and United Continental Holdings, Inc. will take place on Monday, January 23, 2012. The Terminal B South Concourse project will offer expansive views, a spacious passenger lounge,  incorporate energy-efficient techniques and quadruple the size of the current facility. Design renderings of the comprehensive project,  an animated fly-through video of the new Terminal B and a building information modeling video will be available for viewing.


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WHO:             Mayor Annise Parker, Houston Airport System Executives, United Continental Holdings Executives


WHAT:           Groundbreaking Ceremony for Terminal B


WHEN:           Monday, January 23, 2012 at 10:00 a.m.


WHERE:         IAH, South Terminal Road, adjacent to Terminal B

Directions:   From any airport entrance, follow the signs to Terminal A on North Terminal Road and make the loop around to   

South Terminal Road. Entrance for event parking will be across from the AB garage entrance to the south of Terminal B. Turn right into the special events entrance and follow signs to dedicated parking areas.                             

WHY: The new Terminal B will accommodate more passengers and aircraft types, provide new amenities for travelers,  improve efficiencies and create local jobs. Houston is home to the largest hub of the world’s largest airline, United Airlines. This investment will solidify our partnership, open opportunities for additional growth and enhance the local economy.

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