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Airports We Serve In the Houston Area

Houston has been known as “Space City” since 1961 when NASA chose the city for its Manned Space Center. From the outer space murals throughout the city to its celestial-named professional sports teams, the MLB Astros, and the NBA Rockets, everything about Houston says “space.” But, hang on. Dallas is getting another moniker and this one may be even more far-reaching. We provide private jet rentals in Houston and globally.

Flights to and from the following airports in the Houston area:

(KHOU) William P. Hobby Airport
(KTME) Houston Executive Airport
(KSGR) Sugar Land Regional Airport

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Cost to Hire Private Jet in Houston

Here are some of the most popular destinations into and out of Houston and the estimated cost of the flights:

Price Estimate
HoustonCancunTurbo Prop / (6-8)$15,000-$19,000
HoustonMiamiLight Jet / (6-8)$16,000-$19,000
HoustonLas VegasMidsize Jet / (7-9)$22,000-$27,000
HoustonLos AngelesHeavy Jet / (10-16)$39,000-$49,000

Destination Information

William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) is the best airport to use when flying into or out of Houston. It is a designated reliever airport for George Bush Intercontinental Houston Airport (IAH).

Preferred Airports

  • William P Hobby Airport (HOU) is the oldest commercial airport in Houston. It has five first-class FBOs with private luxury lounges, refreshments, free Wi-Fi and conference rooms.
  • Houston Executive Airport (TME) is a private airport that is popular for business travel. Located 28 miles west of Houston, it serves the Energy Corridor and the area close to I-10.
  • Sugar Land Regional Airport (SGR) is a general aviation airport with one FBO located 20 miles southwest of downtown. It has luxury lounges, complimentary refreshments, free Wi-Fi, conference rooms, showers and sleeping rooms.

Luxury Hotels

  • Marriott Marquis
  • JW Marriott Houston Downtown
  • Sara’s Inn on the Boulevard
  • Sonesta ES Suites
  • Four Seasons Hotel Houston

Popular Restaurants

  • Le Jardinier (contemporary French fare at Houston’s Museum of Fine Arts)
  • Bosscat Kitchen and Libations (comfort food with modern spin and 300 whiskeys)
  • Killen’s Steakhouse in Pearland (steak and seafood; most expensive restaurant in Texas)
  • B&B Butchers & Restaurant (steakhouse specializing in Wagyu beef)
  • Mastro’s Steakhouse (chic spot in the Post Oak Hotel where the wealthy hang out)
  • Kiran’s Restaurant (Indian-inspired dishes in a posh interior)
  • (Or try any of the 500 Tex-Mex restaurants in Houston.)

Sports, Leisure, and Culture

  • NBA Houston Rockets
  • NFL Houston Texans
  • MLB Houston Astros
  • Houston’s Museum District
  • Houston Space Center
  • Houston Livestock Show and Auction
  • Walk around the Rice University campus
  • Gerald D. Hines Waterfall Park

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Houston, TX

The “Silicon Bayou.” That’s the new nickname for Houston, the largest city in Texas and the fourth largest city in the United States. Information technology is taking over Space City.

Hewlett Packard, which already has a substantial presence in Houston, is moving its headquarters there from San Jose. Amazon and Google have offices there. In 2021, Greentown Houston opened the city’s first incubator for clean technology, another notch in the belt for the “Energy Capital of the World,” yet another of Dallas’ nicknames.

It still retains much of its old reputation as an oil and gas town. The Port of Houston, the fifth largest in the country, mainly exports crude oil and its derived products.

The city is exploding with reasons to live and do business there.

The booming population and its thriving tourism industry have resulted in more restaurants, bars, hotels, leisure, and cultural activities. The Downtown Houston Tunnel System, a network of underground pedestrian walkways, links together 95 blocks of the city.

Houston’s Downtown Theater District with its many venues for traditional and modern performing arts and Houston’s many museums help make the city the cultural hub it is.

When you charter a private jet into Houston, there are countless cool, chic or one-of-a-kind places to get together for a business meeting or for a cocktail after work.

Where to Go

La Carafe, 813 Congress St., is a little brick bar wedged between the skyscrapers in the oldest building (1847) in Houston. It looks a little creepy today but it used to be the hangout of celebrities like Debbie Reynolds, Johnny Mathis and Liberace.

Leon’s Lounge, 1006 McGowen St., is an opulent little hideaway that opened in 1947. Crystal chandeliers sparkle above the dark wood bar and there is even live music sometimes.

When Marfreless, a bar in the River Oaks Shopping Center, opened decades ago, it had no sign out front. Through renovations and change of owners, it has kept its hideaway vibe even though it’s not so hidden anymore.

Houston Charter FAQs

What is the best airport to use when I charter a jet in Houston?

William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) is the oldest commercial airport in Houston and was its main commercial airport until George Bush Intercontinental Houston Airport (IAH) was built in 1969. Five FBOs offer elite jet charter passengers private luxury lounges with refreshments, business facilities, showers, and Wi-Fi. Only 7 miles from downtown Houston, this airport ranks No. 1 on our list.

How many airport options do I have in the Houston area?

When planning your next trip, here are the 7 private airports in Houston to consider:
William P. Hobby Airport (HOU)
Houston Executive Airport (TME)
Sugar Land Regional Airport (SGR)
West Houston Airport (IWS)
David Wayne Hooks Memorial Airport (DWH)
Conroe-North Houston Executive Airport (CXO)
Houston Southwest Airport (AXH)

Is obtaining and dropping off a rental car an easy process in Houston?

Yes. Most FBOs either have on-site car rental or have agreements and partnerships with the major car rental companies to get a car to and from you. You can retrieve your rental airside and drop off the key at the FBO front desk when you return.

Are weapons allowed on a private charter flight?

Flying with firearms is legal and relatively easy with some preparation on your part, most importantly making sure your destination allows guns to be brought in on a private plane. Please let us know ahead of time that you will be bringing firearms. We will work with the operator to make sure everyone is aware of them. No concealed and loaded guns are allowed in the cabin. Guns, rifles, or any other device that shoots must be unloaded and in its own case. Ammunition should be in separate containers or boxes. Following these simple rules will allow you to enjoy your hunting trip or have your personal protection with you when you arrive at your destination.

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