We’ve compiled a list of the top 7 airports for private jets in and around Houston to help you find the best option for your next private jet trip.

Top 7 Airports for Private Jets in Houston

We’ve compiled a list of the top 7 airports for private jets in and around Houston to help you find the best option for your next private jet trip.

William P Hobby Airport - HOU

William P Hobby Airport is the oldest commercial airport in Houston, and for a time, its primary commercial airport until George Bush Intercontinental Airport, formerly known as Houston Intercontinental Airport, was opened. The original terminal now houses the 1940 Air Terminal Museum and the selection of FBO’s offer private luxury lounges with refreshments, business facilities, showers and free Wi-Fi.

  • Year opened: 1969
  • Distance from Houston: 7 miles
  • Land area: 1,304 acres
  • Number of FBOs: 4

Sugar Land Regional Airport - SGR

Sugar Land Regional Airport is a public-use airport located just outside of Houston, and used primarily for general aviation. Previously known as Sugar Land Municipal Airport and originally, Hull Field, it was originally created by a private individual after the two local airports closed. There’s one FBO based at the airport offering luxury lounges, complimentary refreshments, sleeping rooms, shower, conference rooms and Wi-Fi.

  • Year opened: 1936
  • Distance from Houston: 17 miles
  • Land area: 426 acres
  • Number of FBOs: 1

David Wayne Hooks Memorial Airport - DWH

David Wayne Hooks Memorial Airport is one of the largest privately owned airports in the USA and specialises in general, business and military aviation. Originally built by a local pilot for his own personal use, he ended up expanding to cater to a growing demand in the area. Nowadays it has changed ownership and is owned by the owner and operator of Gill Aviation, the FBO service on site which offers luxury lounges, a theatre room and light refreshments.

  • Year opened: 1963
  • Distance from Houston: 23 miles
  • Land area: 480 acres
  • Number of FBOs: 1

Houston Executive Airport - TME

Houston Executive Airport is 28 miles west of Houston, and is privately owned by WCF, LLC. A relatively new airport, it opened in 2007 and was funded by a local business and pilot, Ron Henrikson. Created to serve the Energy Corridor area of Houston, its proximity to Interstate 10 makes it a popular choice for business men visiting the area. The Henrikson Jet Center is the FBO on site, offering Wi-Fi, refreshments and luxury lounges.

  • Year opened: 2007
  • Distance from Houston: 28 miles
  • Land area: 1,900 acres
  • Number of FBOs: 1

West Houston Airport - IWS

West Houston Airport is a small privately owned airport located in Harris County. It is public use, with the majority made up of general aviation, and there is also a flight school on site. It is home to over 375 aircraft. For its clients requiring somewhere to relax before or after their flight, the airport has a luxury lounge with free Wi-Fi and light refreshments.

  • Year opened: 1964
  • Distance from Houston: 13 miles
  • Land area: 200 acres
  • Number of FBOs: 1

Conroe-North Houston Executive Airport - CXO

Conroe-North Houston Executive Airport, formerly Lone Star Executive Airport is located in Conroe, Montgomery County. It was also once called Montgomery County Airport. Constructed during World War II it was originally a military airport, before being converted to a civilian airport in 1945. It has two runways and two FBOs offering luxury lounges, light refreshments and complimentary Wi-Fi.

  • Year opened: 1944
  • Distance from Houston: 37 miles
  • Land area: 1,277 acres
  • Number of FBOs: 2

Houston Southwest Airport - AXH

Houston Southwest Airport is a public airport owned by James Griffith Jnr. Located in Arcola, Fort Bend it’s popular with those looking to avoid the busier international airports, and those who wish to land close to the central business district of Houston. It is primarily used for general aviation, with a number of flight schools and maintenance operations located here. There’s a single FBO operated by the airport, which offers guests a luxury lounge, complimentary internet access and showers.

  • Year opened: 1979
  • Distance from Houston: 15 miles
  • Land area: 1,880 acres
  • Number of FBOs: 1

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