Houston Hobby Airport (HOU) is a quick 10 minute drive, shuttle, or taxi/rideshare from both the DoubleTree and Marriott, and is approximately 15 minutes from the Lone Star Flight Museum. The airport is a hub for Southwest and is also served by Allegiant, American, Delta, and Frontier.
Both the DoubleTree and Marriott have free shuttles that pick up from the airport on a regular basis. After landing, follow signs for "Ground Transportation" and then look for signs marked "Buses/Shuttles". Hotel courtesy shuttles depart from Curb Zone 3. Feel free to call the hotel front desk to determine the time for the next airport shuttle pickup, or to dispatch a shuttle.
Rideshare or Taxi
Taxis and rideshare apps are both readily available at the airport. A one-way ride from the airport to either hotel is approximately $15. After landing, follow signs for "Ground Transportation" and/or "Baggage Claim" and exit through the door nearest Baggage Claim Carousel 4. Rideshares pick up at Curb Zone 5; taxis depart from Curb Zone 2.
A courtesy shuttle service is provided between the terminal and rental car facilities at Houston Hobby. After landing, follow signs for "Ground Transportation" and then look for "Rental Car Shuttle" signs. Shuttles depart from Curb Zone 1.
Free overnight parking is available at both the DoubleTree and Marriott, provided that you book as part of the FlightSimExpo room block. Parking at the Lone Star Flight Museum is also free.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH)
Many international flights land at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), which is also a hub for United Airlines. Although free transportation is not available from IAH, rental cars, taxi, and rideshare options are all available. A one-way taxi or rideshare will take approximately 45 minutes and cost approximately $50.