Sugar Land Regional Airport is located only 17 miles from Houston’s business district. Sugar Land Regional Airport’s primary focus is on corporate aviation, and its single runway can accommodate even the largest business jets for corporate travellers. As well, it serves general aviation aircraft, governmental flights, and private jet travelers. Sugar Land Regional Airport does not have any scheduled passenger airline flights. Fueling is available, with accommodations for helicopters, pistons, turbo props, and private jets.
Opening times24 Hours, restricted.
FBO’s at Sugar Land Regional Airport (SGR)Sugar Land Regional Airport offers full-service Fixed Based Operator (FBO) with a wide range of services at the airports they operate from. Their services include U.S. Customs and Border Protection, catering services and complimentary WiFi among many others.
Where to visit when travelling to Sugar Land Regional (SGR)A much less-crowded Houston airport than George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), Sugar Land Regional is located near the suburbs making it convenient for nearby Sugar Land community travelers. Corporates can quickly access the Fortune 500 businesses in greater Houston without the hassle. Over 100 Fortune 500 companies fly to and from this Sugar Land Regional Airport. The greater Houston area has many important business districts and corporate centers: Downtown Houston, Uptown, Energy Corridor, Greenspoint, Westchase, The Woodlands and Bay Area. Downtown Houston is home to energy, financial and entertainment industries and sports complexes. The Energy Corridor’s 300 companies covers every oil & gas industry segment. Westchase is the business-management district. The Bay Area is a busy port for trade, aerospace, technology, and petroleum and chemical companies.