Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport

Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport Code

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Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport

Dallas Airport – Fort Worth International Airport, TX (DFW)

The Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is the largest and most important commercial airport in the US state of Texas, in terms of area, flight movements and number of passengers, it is even among the ten largest in the world. In Dallas there is also the smaller, regionally operating Dallas-Love Field Airport.

  • URL: Dallas – Fort Worth International Airport, TX (DFW)
  • Time zone: GMT -6
  • Service phone: +1 972 973-8888
  • Address: Dallas – DFW International Airport, PO Box 619428, 3200 East Airfield Drive, DFW Airport, TX 75261-9428, USA
  • Operator: DFW Airport Board
  • Parking spaces: yes, subject to a charge; Short-term and long-term parking spaces, parking garage with more than 8100 spaces
  • Nearby cities: Irving (12 km), Carrollton (15 km), Grand Prairie (17 km), Arlington (19 km), Dallas (25 km), Richardson (29 km), Fort Worth (33 km), Plano (35 km) km), Denton (36 km), Garland (37 km)
  • Transportation: The terminals are all on Toll Road: International Parkway (State Route 97), approximately 35 kilometers northwest of Downtown Dallas and approximately 36 kilometers northeast of Downtown Forth Worth.
  • Train connections: Dallas Union Station Terminal: Amtrak route “Texas Eagle” (Chicago-Los Angeles) as well as the Red / Blue Line and the Trinity Railway Express (TRE). Forth Worth – ITC:
  • Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (14.59%), Tuesday (14.02%), Wednesday (14.27%), Thursday (14.63%), Friday (14.60%), Saturday (13.59%), Sunday (14.30%)
  • other spellings: Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas-Ft. Worth-TX, Даллас, دالاس ، تكساس, Ντάλας, דאלאס, डालास, ダ ラ ス, 댈러스, แด ล ลั ส, 達拉斯, Dalas, Далас, დალასი, ڈیلاس, டாலஸ், Դալլաս

Favorite destinations from Dallas – Fort Worth International Airport, TX (Flights per week)

  1. Los Angeles International Airport, CA (194, 2.35%)
  2. Atlanta International Airport (164, 1.99%)
  3. New York – La Guardia Airport, NY (160, 1.94%)
  4. Denver International Airport, CO (151, 1.83%)
  5. Houston – George Bush Intercontinental Airport, TX (143, 1.73%)
  6. Las Vegas – McCarran International Airport, NV (139, 1.68%)
  7. San Francisco International Airport, CA (117, 1.42%)
  8. Seattle – Tacoma International Airport, WA (116, 1.41%)
  9. Minneapolis – St. Paul International Airport, MN (112, 1.36%)
  10. Phoenix – Sky Harbor International Airport (112, 1.36%)
  11. Other (82.93%)

Top airlines (share of take-offs / landings)

  1. American Airlines (6016, 15.51%)
  2. British Airways (5258, 13.56%)
  3. Alaska Airlines (4469, 11.52%)
  4. Qantas Airways (2841, 7.33%)
  5. Gulf Air (2746, 7.08%)
  6. Philippine Airlines (2066, 5.33%)
  7. EVA Airways (1424, 3.67%)
  8. Iran Air (1312, 3.38%)
  9. Japan Airlines (1160, 2.99%)
  10. Royal Brunei Airlines (982, 2.53%)
  11. Other (27.1%)

Opened in 1974 and at the time the largest and most expensive airport in the world, it is located between the two cities of Dallas and Fort Worth and in the middle of the surrounding suburbs of Grapevine, Irving, Euless and Southlake. Downtown Dallas is about 35 kilometers southeast and Fort Worth about 36 kilometers southwest of the airport area.

The TRE shuttle buses regularly stop at airport terminals A -E on weekdays, bus route # 803 brings passengers to the DFW station / Centreport in the south. From there the Trinity Railway Express (TRE) goes in two directions, either to the Dallas Union Station in downtown Dallas, from there the Amtrak route “Texas Eagle” (Chicago-Los Angeles) or to the ITC or T & P station in Downtown Fort Worth. The Amtrak route “Texas Eagle” and the Amtrak route “Heartland Flyer” (Fort Worth-Oklahoma City) also leave the Fort Worth Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC). You can find out all current departure times on site.

Furthermore, the airport shuttle buses regularly stop at Terminals AE, bus routes 801 – 804 either go north to the “North Remote” parking lots, there is a connection to the local bus route # 310 to the North Irving Transit Center or south Direction, to the “South Remote” parking lot, from there there is a connection to the local bus route # 408 of the DART, which goes to South Irving Station. Otherwise the “AIRPORTER” runs regularly from the airport parking lot to all hotels in downtown.

Passengers who have to change between Dallas-Forth Worth and Dallas Love Field take the TRE to the Dallas Union Station and then change to the DART bus route # 39 at the Convention Center Station located approx. 700 meters southeast.