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Travelers will want to find cheap hotels near the William P. Hobby Airport, and EasyToBook.com is the best place to start. This public airport covers over 1,000 acres and has four runways. The William P. Hobby Airport acted as the main terminal for air traffic in Houston until the George Bush Intercontinental Airport was built in 1969. Today it is the city’s second air facility and serves mostly corporate and private flights.

By staying in a discount hotel near the William P. Hobby Airport in Houston, one can see a historical icon in American aviation. Built in 1927, the airport was originally known as the W. T. Carter Field. In 1937, it became the Houston Municipal Airport and then Howard Hughes Airport the year after that. It was renamed after Texas governor William P. Hobby in 1967. Today, it houses the 1940 Air Terminal Museum as well as acting as an active airport.

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