DFW: Dallas Fort Worth International Airport Information & MappingThe Fort Worth International Airport opened to the public in 1973, after several years of discussion about the design and scope. DFW Airport is now one of the busiest airports in the world, and a great spot to view the wonder of aviation. Check out the family favorite, and a great economic stimulus for Texas, the Founders' Plaza. Here, you can watch the planes take off from the Founders’ Plaza observation area. DFW Airport operates nearly 900 daily flights, so there is lots to see at this Texas attraction.
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport is the largest hub for the American Airlines, and is the third busiest airport in the world.
Fort Worth International Airport Information
DFW Airport is beautifully designed, with its spherical terminal architecture and multiple art pieces and structures that decorate Terminal D and Skylink stations. DFW Airport has five terminals, Terminal A, B, C, D, and E. There is a central parking garage connected to each terminal. Terminals A and B are located at the North end of the compound and each alternating terminal faces adjacent to each other, with the International Parkway running between, and parking in the center. DFW Airport has a high speed train line, the Skyline, connecting between each of the five Terminals. Read on for a list of which gates are in which terminals.
DFW Airport Terminals & Gates Overview
- Terminal A includes Gates A6-A29, and A33. Gates A34-A39 are currently under renovation (please check the DFW Airport website before arriving to confirm this information is still correct). You can travel the Terminal by foot or on Skylink. Terminal A exclusively operates American Airlines.
- Terminal B includes Gates B2-B17 (B18-B23 are currently out of order, under renovation), and B24-B49. The center parking garage is also closed for construction, but the outer two garages within the terminal are open and operating. Terminal B exclusively operates American Eagle airlines.
- Terminal C includes Gates C2-C4, C6-C8, C10-C12, C14-C17, C19-C22, C24-C33, C35-C37, and C39. There are three parking lots within the terminal and lots of shops and restaurants as well. Terminal C exclusively operates American Airlines.
- Terminal D includes Gates D6-D8, D10-D12, D14-D18, D20-D25, D27-D31, D33 and D34, D36-D40. There is a centered parking lot and multiple shops and restaurants. Airlines operating through this Terminal include AeroMexico, American Airlines, American Eagle, Avianca, British Airways, Cayman Airways, Emirates, Etihad, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, Lufthansa, QANTAS, Qatar Airways, Sun Country Airlines, and Volaris.
- Terminal E includes Gates E11-E18, E20-E38, and E2-E10 which are closed for renovation until late 2017. The South, center parking lot is also closed for renovation. Airlines operating out of this Terminal include Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue, Spirit Airlines, United Airlines, and WestJet.
DFW Airport has a few parking options, but many are currently under construction. See the airport website for the most up-to-date information on renovations. For the best parking option, use the Instapark services.
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