Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport Abbreviation Code

DTW is the abbreviation code for Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport. According to Abbreviation Finder, DTW can also mean:

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport Code

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, MI Airport (DTW)

The Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, also under the name Detroit Metro Airport or Metro Airport is known, by far the largest and most important commercial airport in the US state of Michigan. In terms of annual passenger numbers and flight movements, it is one of the thirty largest in the world.

  • URL: Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, MI (DTW)
  • Time zone: GMT -5
  • Service phone: +1 734 AIRPORT; +1 734 942-3550
  • Address: Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, LC Smith Terminal – Mezzanine, Detroit, MI 48242, USA
  • Operator: Wayne County Airport Authority
  • Parking spaces: yes, subject to a charge; 11400 short-term and long-term parking spaces, garage “Big Blue Deck”, etc.
  • Nearby cities: Windsor ON (29 km), Detroit (29 km), Ann Arbor (31 km), Warren (40 km), Sterling Heights (49 km), Toledo (63 km), Flint (93 km)
  • Access: Interstate I-94 – EXIT 198 (North Terminal); Interstate I-275 – EXIT 15 (McNamara Terminal)
  • Train connections: The Amtrak route “Wolverine” (Chicago – Pontiac) has regular stops in Detroit.
  • Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (15.09%), Tuesday (14.14%), Wednesday (14.38%), Thursday (14.68%), Friday (15.01%), Saturday (12.21%), Sunday (14.49%)
  • other spellings: Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, Детройт (Мичиган), ديترويت ، ميشيغان, Ντιτρόιτ, 디트로이트, डेट्राइट, मिशिगन, דטרויט, デ ト, ロ р, ר, ト डेट्रॉईट, р, ดี ท,, डेट्रॉइट

Favorite destinations from Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, MI (flights per week)

  1. Atlanta International Airport (124, 2.63%)
  2. New York – La Guardia Airport, NY (113, 2.40%)
  3. New York – Newark Liberty International Airport, NJ (105, 2.23%)
  4. Dallas – Fort Worth International Airport, TX (102, 2.16%)
  5. Orlando International Airport, FL (95, 2.01%)
  6. Boston Logan International Airport, MA (89, 1.89%)
  7. Los Angeles International Airport, CA (88, 1.87%)
  8. Houston – George Bush Intercontinental Airport, TX (87, 1.84%)
  9. Denver International Airport, CO (86, 1.82%)
  10. Las Vegas – McCarran International Airport, NV (86, 1.82%)
  11. Other (79.33%)

Top airlines (share of take-offs / landings)

  1. Virgin Atlantic Airways (4551, 14.11%)
  2. KLM (4271, 13.25%)
  3. Delta Air Lines (3888, 12.06%)
  4. Air France (3301, 10.24%)
  5. Aeroméxico (3245, 10.06%)
  6. Korean Air (1743, 5.41%)
  7. Westjet (1513, 4.69%)
  8. Southwest Airlines (653, 2.03%)
  9. Spirit Airlines (652, 2.02%)
  10. China Southern Airlines (641, 1.99%)
  11. Other (24.14%)

Location
The airport, which opened in 1929 but was not operational until 1930, is located in the city of Romulus, approx. 27 kilometers southwest of downtown Detroit. The best way to get to the airport is either via Interstate I-94 at Exit 198 (North Terminal) or via Interstate I-275 at Exit 15 (McNamara Terminal).

The SMART bus route # 125 (Fort Street) runs regularly between the North Terminal and the Transit Center on Fort Street in downtown Detroit. Several different bus routes then travel from the Transit Center to the Amtrak station in Hamtramck, about 5 kilometers to the north. The bus route # 280 (Middlebelt South) also stops at the airport and goes in the direction of Garden City. You can find out the current departure times on site.

 

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