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Houston Air Route Traffic Control Center

 

Houston Air Route Traffic Control Center

Houston Air Route Traffic Control Center
Houston Air Route Traffic Control Center

Houston Air Route Traffic Control Center (ZHU) is located at Houston, Texas, United States 77032.[1] The Houston ARTCC is one of 22 Air Route Traffic Control Centers in the United States.

The center controls airspace in southern Texas, Louisiana, southern Mississippi, southwestern Alabama, and areas in the Gulf of Mexico.[2]

Contents

  • Airports served by the Houston ARTCC 1
    • Commercial airports 1.1
  • Airspace control 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Airports served by the Houston ARTCC

Commercial airports

Airspace control

See also

References

  1. ^ "Home," Houston Air Route Traffic Control Center
  2. ^ "ZHU Airspace & Procedures," Houston Air Route Traffic Control Center
  3. ^ "KMOB," Airnav.com
  4. ^ "KAEX," Airnav.com
  5. ^ "KBTR," Airnav.com
  6. ^ "KLFT," Airnav
  7. ^ "KLCH," Airnav.com
  8. ^ "KMSY," Airnav.com
  9. ^ "KGPT," Airnav.com
  10. ^ "KAUS," Airnav.com
  11. ^ "KBPT," Airnav.com
  12. ^ "KBRO," Airnav.com
  13. ^ "KCLL," Airnav.com
  14. ^ "KCRP," Airnav.com
  15. ^ "KDRT," Airnav.com
  16. ^ "KHRL," Airnav.com
  17. ^ "KIAH," Airnav.com
  18. ^ "KHOU," Airnav.com
  19. ^ "KLRD," Airnav.com
  20. ^ "KMFE," Airnav.com
  21. ^ "KSAT," Airnav.com
  22. ^ "KGLS," Airnav.com
  23. ^ "KVCT," Airnav.com

External links

  • Houston ARTCC (FAA)
    • Houston Center Weather Service Unit (CWSU) (NWS/FAA)
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