Houston Hobby HOU Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Houston Hobby HOU Airport

Houston Hobby Airport has currently one  two-level Passenger Terminal with a Central Concourse and a Central Lobby, served by American, Delta, JetBlue, & Southwest (Southwest being the dominant airline at Houston Hobby). 
NOTE:  A new 'West Concourse' is being built and should be operational some time in 2015 - accommodating Southwest Airlines' upcoming international flights from Houston Hobby. (Southwest Airline curbside check-in is on level 1 near the baggage claim area.)
    Level 1 is the Arrivals level with four baggage claim carousels, a ground transportation & visitor information booth, an ATM machine, a chapel, and two exit doors on either side of the elevator, where arriving passengers can be picked up. Elevators, escalators & a stairway lead to Level Two. 
    Level 2  is the Ticketing Level - connected to the Parking Garage. There is an entrance to the right, leading to the USO center, with an ATM machine and escalator and elevator leading to the Baggage Level. The main entrance in the center leads to the Central Concourse, which has two check-in stations and an escalator, followed by restaurant & shops, with a Ground Transportation and Visitor Information booth in between, and, towards the south, ticketing counters and e-ticket machines on either side of the TSA security checkpoint. A flight information display is located before & after the TSA security checkpoint.
From the TSA checkpoint a moving walkway leads to the boarding area housing various concessions, and to the divided with gateways with odd & even gate numbers on opposite sides:
    the right-side gateway houses gates 40 to 51;
    the left-side gateway has gates 20 to 32.

Current Services and amenities inside the passenger terminal: 
Note that the 4 free KEO phone charge machines also serve as secure locker for electronic devices. Other amenities include Wi-Fi wireless Internet access, a currency exchange booth, ATM machines, a shoe shine stand, dining and shopping options, 8 rental car options, an interfaith chapel, and a USO center.
Also, bilingual special service representatives (SSRs) are scattered at high-traffic locations to answer passenger's inquiries as to airport and tourism. The staff can also book the airport meeting room or suggest alternatives at some of the major hotels nearby.
The black airport telephones inside the main lobby, and the white phones in the Central Concourse area, are for paging assistance.
Visually or hearing challenged persons can call 713/640-3000 or the TDD number 713-641-7781. A pet relief area is located on the east side of the baggage claim area.  

NOTE:  1. A new International Terminal with 5 gates - currently under construction - is to open in October 2015. 
2. Soon thereafter  APC kiosks (Automated Passport Control) will be available to U.S. & Canadian citizens.

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