Check In and Baggage Information
(HOU) William P. Hobby Airport Check in: Main Terminal (Adjacent to American Airlines)
Address: William P. Hobby Airport, 7800 Airport Blvd, Houston, TX 77061
Main Number: Branson Airport 888 359 2541, ViaAir 407 641 4108
NOTICE: Please Confirm Departing Gate information upon Check-In. Gate information may change. You may also verify Gate info at each airport on the Flight Information Displays located throughout the terminal.
EFFECTIVE JUNE 13: Carry on luggage will be gate checked
$ 20.00 each way – Max size 16x12x9
VIA Airlines does not allow carry-on luggage into the cabin.
Passengers are allowed to carry only personal or exempt items into the cabin. Any carry-on bag in addition to the *personal items will be collected by the Station Agent planeside, tagged and placed in the cargo compartment, to be collected by the passenger at the gate or planeside at their destination.
1st Checked bag fee $ 25.00 weighing up to 30 lbs.
2nd Checked bag fee $ 35.00 weighing up to 30 lbs.
A personal item is defined as a non-checked item entering the passenger cabin. A passenger may bring any combination of the following personal items into the aircraft cabin providing they do not exceed an average weight per passenger of 16 lbs and can be safely stowed in an approved stowage space.
Male or Female purse
Standard book bag
Laptop with case
As the fourth-largest city in the United States, Houston is home to a respected and energetic arts community, celebrated restaurants, world-renowned theater groups and the brains behind U.S. space exploration. Home to the third-largest consular corps in the nation, Houston is a mecca of diversity, giving breath to one of the most vivid cultural scenes in the country.
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