Texas City – Something for Everyone

Texas City has been a portal for the success of the Houston shipping industry for more than a century. Today, the busy deepwater Port of Texas City is known as the No. 3 port in Texas by tonnage and ninth in the nation. Texas City also is a treasure for outdoor enthusiasts. Windsurfers race along the waters of Galveston Bay and anglers can always find a spot along the Texas City Dike.Relaxed afternoons can be spent strolling Historic 6thStreet shops and boutiques or visiting the Texas City Museum. A host of seasonal parades, festivals and other events bring neighbors together frequently to enjoy the small-town ambiance. 

Houston – A World Class City

Houston’s mix of Southern charm, cosmopolitan outlook and surprising affordability has turned the nation’s fourth largest city into the destination of choice for businesses and tourists. Boasting a robust economy, thriving fine and performing arts scene, professional sports teams, exceptional schools and world-class dining, the Bayou City rivals New York, Boston and San Francisco in terms of quality of life. With so much to offer, it’s easy to see why Houston consistently rates in the top 10 on “Best of” lists.

Our Airports

The Houston Airport System connects more than 50 million passengers to 121 domestic and 70 international destinations each year. The three facilities in the system Bush Intercontinental Airport (IHA), Hobby International Airport (HOU) and Ellington Airport (EFD) provide services for domestic and international commercial airline carriers, corporate charters, the military and NASA. A number of private aviation facilities for corporate aircraft and helicopters exist as well.

For more information about the Houston Airport System, please visit www.flytohouston.com.


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