Dallas Fort Worth Airport Guide (DFW)
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Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is located between the Texas cities of Dallas and Fort Worth. In terms of airplane traffic, it is the 4th busiest airport in the world. Opened in 1973, DFW serves 52 international and 148 domestic destinations. The airport was developed after World War II, and was renamed Dallas-Forth Worth International Airport in 1985.
Transfer between Terminals
Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport has five terminals with a total of 175 gates. Because of the airport’s layout, long distance separate each terminal. SkyLink serves all five terminals, travels 35 mph and moves on two tracks, making transfers between terminals simple.
Nearby Airport Hotels
Hyatt Regency DFW, 2334 North International Parkway, P.O. Box 619014, DFW Airport, Texas 75261, T 972 453 1234, Conveniently located inside DFW International Airport adjacent to Terminal C with a complimentary shuttle service to and from all DFW Airport terminals. Grand Hyatt DFW, 2337 South International Parkway, P.O. Box 619045, DFW Airport, Texas 75261, T 972 973 1234, Conveniently located inside DFW's International Terminal D, the hotel can easily be accessed from any terminal via Skylink. Guests have access to on-site dining, fitness center, and a pool. Fairfield Inn Dallas DFW Airport, 4800 W John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, TX 75063, TEL: 1-866-576-5693, Located just two miles from DFW Airport, this hotel offers guests a complimentary airport shuttle which runs from 4:30am until 11:30pm.
Transport into Town
Rail: South of the airport, Centerport/DFW Airport Station is served by the Trinity Railway Express commuter rail which stops in both downtown Dallas and downtown Fort Worth. Bus: Dallas Area Rapid Transit’s route 408 bus service offers transportation from the Remote South Parking facility to Downtown Irving/Heritage Crossing Station and Southwestern Medical District/Parkland Station. Route 500 connects Terminal A with Centerport/DFW Airport Station.
American Airlines Admirals Club has four locations near Gates A24, B6, C20, and D24. British Airways Lounge is located near Gate D21, Delta Sky Club is located near Gate E10, Korean Air Lounge is located near Gate D21, Lufthansa Lounge is located near Gate D21, Qantas Business Lounge is located near Gate D21, The Centurion Lounge is located near Gate D17, The Club at DFW is located near Gate D21, and the United Club is located near Gate E5. Finally, Priority Pass has two lounge locations near Gates D21 and E7.
Dallas-Fort Worth Airport is the largest hub for American Airlines.
DFW’s multi-million dollar art program showcases art at the airport and commissions artists. Travelers have access to free wireless internet throughout all terminals. Travelers can stroll the airport walking path which measures seven-tenths of a mile. DFW is also home to a yoga studio which is located near Gate D40 between Terminals B and D.
Terminal Parking is located next to all five terminals and is serviced by a Terminal Link Van for direction transfers to terminals. It costs $20 a day to park in Terminal Parking without a TollTag, and $18 a day with a TollTag. Express Parking is located at North and South ends of the airport and is serviced by a shuttle van to all terminals. Express Parking rates are $11 a day or $13 per day in covered parking. Remote Parking is located at the North and South ends of the airport with a shuttle to each terminal. Remote Parking rates are $9 a day. Valet Parking is also available.
Cheap Flights to Dallas Fort Worth
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