Houston Flights GuideHouston, located in southeastern Texas, is the largest city in the state and the fourth-most populous city in the U.S. Although primarily known for its contributions to the oil and natural gas industry, Houston is also a culturally diverse metropole. Potential activities range from large-scale sporting events like the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, professional football, and baseball to trips to the Houston Museum of Natural History and the NASA Space Center.
The closest major cities are Austin and Dallas, which are 266 km and 400 km away, respectively. Quick, cheap day flights between these cities are very common and some visit Houston from these cities simply to go shopping at Houston's famous Galleria mall. Although most residents drive their own cars, metro and bicycle-sharing options do exist. Amtrak also offers an option to travel from Houston to New Orleans by train.
Houston is generally rather humid, with summer temperatures in the 32? range. Winter however is mild and cool and average temperature is around 12?. January through March are the best months to fly as those are generally considered the most pleasant months to visit the city as those are Houston's least rainy and least humid months. The summer months are the opposite in terms of precipitation and humidity, however no time is necessarily a bad time to fly to Houston as the Houston Airport System was selected as the Airport System of the Year by the FAA.
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