IAH - George Bush Airport Runway Map


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Customize with quotes, legends, or dedications using "Personalize Map" options to craft your masterpiece map. Or reach out to us if you don't see the option you want.

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About 23 miles north of Downtown Houston, IAH (intercontinental Airport of Houston) is a busy airport that acts as a hub for United Airlines and cargo. It was the first airport in North America to have nonstop flights to every inhabited continent! Bring the airport that serves the “Space City” to life with our brand new Airport Map Wall Art.

When flying in and out of IAH, passengers can get a bird’s eye view of Manhattan, Long Island, the waterways around New York Harbor and the long span of New York boroughs including Queens (location of JFK), Brookly, Staten Island, Manhattan, and the Bronx.  

Our IAH Airport Diagram Wall Art features accurate GIS mapping technology, unique artist effects, terminals, and impressive details that are fun to explore. This airport map will delight you and your walls with happy memories of your travels and adventures.

About The Map: At GeoJango, we are experts in GIS and developing accurate maps. We use satellite imagery and GIS modeling techniques to accurately model the layout and composition of each airport. We take great care in modeling the airport runways, infrastructure, terminals, and surrounding landscape. We capture accurate runway orientations, lengths, and landscape features to scale - however the maps are not intended for navigation purposes.   For a unique touch, we combine professional GIS, cartography, 3D illustration, and artistry to highlight the features of each airport.   The result: impressive illustrations of each airport that is fun to explore and beautiful to display!

Style Options: Our Airport Map Poster comes in 6 design options: Blue Mist, Thunder, Minty Dew, Sandstorm, Overcast, and Morning Haze.

Blue Mist - This style reflects a bright blue sky, and will bring the color of a sunny day into any room.

Thunder - Our deepest slate-colored style is a favorite for its bold contrast that pops in any space.

Minty Dew - Earth-toned and beautiful, the minty green color spreads a crisp sense of serenity wherever it goes.

Sandstorm - This warm style reflects a cozy yet sophisticated feel that will complement your space perfectly.

Overcast - Our muted grey style is calming and gentle. This style is great for those who love rainy days and neutral aesthetics.

Morning Haze - Bright and serene, this shade radiates a neutral glow perfect for those who love light colors.


Our maps are printed on high-quality photo satin paper with archival inks and shipped in a tube. All of our maps are produced entirely in the USA and shipped directly by us to your shipping destination.

Poster Hanger option:

The magnetic poster hangers are easy to hang, modern and easy to transport. The hangers are made with sustainable wood and strong super-magnets. The top hanger includes a leather lace for hanging. Simply place the map between the hangers and they will snap and align perfectly together on the top and the bottom of the map.

The hangers are available in 12 inch, 16 inch, 20 inch, and 24 inch widths. Choose from either modern black, teak wood, brushed grey, and clean white.

Portrait Orientation: Select the shorter side for the hanger size.

12x18 inches = 12 inch hanger

16x24 inches = 16 inch hanger

20x30 inches = 20 inch hanger

24x36 inches = 24 inch hanger

*Hanger not available for 32x48 inch map, however you can purchase two 24 inch hangers*


Decorate your home, office, dorm room, vacation home, or Airbnb with your favorite airports.

Delight your guests with a beautiful airport diagram of your local airport.

A Great Gift For:

Travelers, pilots, aeronautical engineers, airport service workers, and aviation lovers! This is the perfect wedding, graduation, birthday, or holiday gift for everyone!

Quality & Guarantee:

We stand behind our work and guarantee the highest level of construction and quality. Contact us if you have any problems with your map and we will coordinate to ensure you are happy with your order.

History of the Airport

George Bush Intercontinental Airport, commonly known as Bush Airport or IAH, has a storied history that reflects its evolution from a small airfield to a major international airport serving the city of Houston and beyond. Named after the 41st President of the United States, George H.W. Bush, the airport's history is intertwined with the growth of Houston as a global hub for commerce, energy, and culture.

The airport's origins can be traced back to the early 1960s when the city of Houston recognized the need for a new international airport to accommodate the increasing demand for air travel. Construction of the airport began in 1967 on the site of the former Houston Intercontinental Airport. The new airport was envisioned as a gateway to the world and a reflection of Houston's ambitions as a modern and vibrant city.

In 1969, the airport was officially dedicated as George Bush Intercontinental Airport in honor of George H.W. Bush, who at the time was a U.S. Congressman representing Texas and later served as Vice President and President. The renaming was a tribute to Bush's service to the nation and his ties to the city of Houston.

Throughout the 20th century, George Bush Airport played a crucial role in the development of Houston as an economic and cultural powerhouse. As a major hub for domestic and international flights, the airport facilitated the movement of people, goods, and ideas between Houston and destinations around the world.

The airport's strategic location near the Gulf of Mexico and its proximity to the city's energy industry contributed to its importance as a center for business travel and commerce. The presence of major oil companies in Houston meant that executives and professionals relied on the airport for their international travels.

In the 21st century, George Bush Airport has continued to evolve and expand to meet the needs of modern air travel. Terminals were renovated and upgraded, new runways were added, and the airport's infrastructure was modernized to enhance passenger experience and improve operational efficiency.

As Houston's largest airport, George Bush Intercontinental Airport remains a vital link in the global aviation network. The airport's terminals and facilities offer a diverse range of services, amenities, and dining options, reflecting Houston's multicultural identity and welcoming spirit.

The airport's history is closely tied to the history of Houston and its role in shaping the energy, economic, and cultural landscape of Texas and the United States. The airport's modern amenities, state-of-the-art facilities, and efficient operations have positioned it as a key player in the global air travel industry.

In conclusion, the history of George Bush Intercontinental Airport is a testament to the evolution of air travel, urban development, and the enduring legacy of a statesman. From its humble beginnings as Houston Intercontinental Airport to its current status as a bustling international gateway, George Bush Airport's journey reflects the spirit of progress, innovation, and connectivity that define the modern age of aviation.