Flight Delay in Houston, TX

Flight Delay in Houston, TX

William P. Hobby Airport. Operating base of Southwest Airlines, and with destinations across North America and rated the first five-star airport in North America by Skytrax, this is Houston’s welcoming gateway to every corner of the nation and beyond. If your travels have brought you here to William P. Hobby Airport with a flight delay whether due to inclement weather, maintenance, loading luggage, or other reasons, worry not. With the selection in dining, shopping, entertainment, and services here at William P. Hobby Airport, any unexpected layover goes in a breeze. Read on for some of our favorite highlights in dining, shopping, relaxation, and entertainment here around William P. Hobby Airport. 

Dining

With over twenty-one eateries, kitchens, restaurants and vendors, travelers of any craving arriving here at  William P. Hobby Airport will find themselves truly spoilt for options. Whether you are looking for speedy, on-the-go service for those travelers on a tighter itinerary, or wanting a full, sit-down meal to stay for a while, William P. Hobby Airport has you covered. Quicker options include Pappasito’s Cantina (Gate 21 location), Starbucks for those passengers who need their caffeine boost for the skies (Gate 45), and Subway (Gate 46). For those passengers wanting traditional, sit-in and waiter service, there are numerous options, including Buffalo Wild Wings (Gate 23), Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen (Gate 41), Pappas Burger (Gate 46), and Pappasito’s Cantina (Gate 1).  

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Places to read, study, work

For those travelers arriving here at William P. Hobby Airport who want to get some work done, study, or read and relax a while during their layover/flight delay, there are a range of environments and workspaces here to choose from. Aside from the complimentary airport wi-fi and charging stations throughout the airport, there is but the USO Lounge for those active military members who are traveling, in the Reserve forces, a family dependent of a military service member, active, or retired. However, if you are not in any of the listed categories, worry not. There is also ample seating around the airport and at the Peet’s Coffee locations near Gate 40 and Gate 1.

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Shopping and Entertainment 

For those wanting to pass their time at shopping a wide variety of fashion, cosmetics, tech, souvenirs, and everything in between, look no further than the wide selection of stores here at William P. Hobby Airport. These include the selection at Southern Living (Gate 1), MAC (Gate 40), iStore (Gate 45), Desigual (Gate 1), and the CNBC Smartshop (Gate 21), among others. Besides the shopping there are also a number of innovative vending machines providing power banks and electronics such as in the Best Buy Express machines (Gate 1, 23, 42). There is also the kids play area near Gate 1, providing a festive, aviation-themed setting for families to unwind and let loose before or after a long flight.

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