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GBIAGlobal Bus I Architecture (computing)
GBIAGreater Baldwinsville Ice Arena (New York)
GBIAGlobal Broadband Internet Access (wireless Internet network)
GBIAGeorge Bush Intercontinental Airport
GBIAGlen Burnie Improvement Association (Glen Burnie, MD)
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TAV announced on its website on Friday that ATE[pounds sterling] Duty Free, a joint venture of TAV has been awarded the tender for the 10-year management of duty free shops based on a 700-square-meter area at the Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
United Continental Holdings Inc (NYSE:UAL) on Monday said that with the Houston Airport System and Houston mayor, Annise Parker, it has broken ground on the first phase of a three-phase redevelopment project at George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
Houston (Texas, US), Aug.24 (ANI): An Indian is being held on a 50,000-dollar bond in Houston, Texas, after being caught carrying jihadist literature at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
A BAGGAGE handler in the US discovered a ruptured, smoking suitcase while unloading luggage from a KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Flight, which had arrived at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston from Amsterdam..
The new restaurant in JFK's Terminal 4 is managed by SSP America, which will open another Palm unit at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport by early 2011.
They were greeted at George Bush Intercontinental Airport by a traditional fireman's water cannon welcome salute, musical entertainment by a jazz trio, followed by official ceremonies, which included ribbon-cutting and speeches by business and government officials.
-- Ademas de contar con los precios mas bajos por servido de estacionamiento, ahora el George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) se le ofrece gratis en los dos "Cell Phone Lots".
Continental already offers daily nonstop service to San Juan, from New York/Newark and Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport, as well as daily nonstop service between New York/ Newark and Aguadilla.
The largest is the George Bush Intercontinental Airport, which currently ranks 11th on the United States' list of busiest airports in terms of international cargo.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston in also due to begin using the system in the near future.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston, Texas (dedicated in 1997)
Texas' George Bush Intercontinental Airport has served Houston travelers for 50 years.