Distance from Bangor, MI to IAH Airport

Distance

1,159 mi

Time

19 hours 6 mins

Gas Cost

$72 - $140

There are 993.38 miles from Bangor to George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) in southwest direction and 1,159 miles (1,865.23 kilometers) by car, following the I-57 S route.

Bangor and IAH Airport are 19 hours 6 mins far apart, if you drive non-stop .

This is the fastest route from Bangor, MI to IAH Airport. The halfway point is Joiner, AR.

Please note the time difference between Bangor, MI and IAH Airport is 1 hour. The current time in Bangor is 10:14 am and the current time in IAH Airport is 9:14 am.

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Gas Consumption and Emissions

A car with a fuel efficiency of MPG will need 46.55 gallons of gas to cover the route between Bangor, MI and IAH Airport.

The estimated cost of gas to go from Bangor to IAH Airport is $101.47.

During the route, an average car will release 911.95 pounds of CO2 to the atmosphere. The carbon footprint would be 0.79 pounds of CO2 per mile.


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Halfway Point Between Bangor, MI and IAH Airport

If you want to meet halfway between Bangor, MI and IAH Airport or just make a stop in the middle of your trip, the exact coordinates of the halfway point of this route are 35.504646 and -90.195671, or 35º 30' 16.7256" N, 90º 11' 44.4156" W. This location is 579.51 miles away from Bangor, MI and IAH Airport and it would take approximately 9 hours 33 mins to reach the halfway point from both locations.

Closest City or Town to Halfway Point

The closest town to the halfway point is Joiner, AR, situated 590 miles from Bangor, MI and 578 miles from IAH Airport. It would take 9 hours 50 mins to go from Bangor to Joiner and 9 hours 55 mins to go from IAH to Joiner.

Major City Closest to Halfway Point

The major city closest to the halfway point between Bangor, MI and IAH Airport is Memphis, TN, situated 623 miles from Bangor, MI and 559 miles from IAH Airport. It would take 10 hours 23 mins to go from Bangor to and 9 hours 33 mins to go from IAH to Memphis.

Major Cities Along the Route

The only major city along the route is Little Rock, AR.



Weather in Bangor and IAH

Compare the weather today and the next four days in Bangor, MI and IAH Airport:

Bangor

Rain next Sunday.

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Clear day Clear day Clear day Partly cloudy day Partly cloudy day
72° 40° 75° 43° 75° 47° 76° 56° 75° 58°
8% Rain probability 3% Rain probability 2% Rain probability 4% Rain probability 9% Rain probability
7 134 degrees 8 155 degrees 7 205 degrees 7 233 degrees 10 243 degrees

IAH

Rain today through Wednesday.

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Rain Rain Rain Rain Partly cloudy day
79° 67° 78° 69° 83° 72° 80° 72° 82° 71°
87% Rain probability 98% Rain probability 96% Rain probability 62% Rain probability 10% Rain probability
12 28 degrees 14 60 degrees 10 102 degrees 9 2 degrees 9 353 degrees

Lowest Price Rental Cars in Bangor, MI

Planning on renting a car to go from Bangor, MI to IAH Airport? Here there are some offers to rent a car in or near Bangor, MI:

Small

Small cars

From $14

Intermediate

Intermediate cars

From $18

Full-size

Full-size cars

From $24

SUVs

SUVs

From $28

Vans

Vans

From $40


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Distance conversions

Checkout the distance in miles, kilometers and nautical miles between Bangor, MI and IAH Airport in this table:

Distance type Miles Kilometers Nautical miles
Straight line distance 993.38 mi 1,598.69 km 863.22 nautical mi
Driving distance 1,159 mi 1,865.25 km 1,007.16 nautical mi

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