Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport
PO Box 619428, DFW Airport, Texas 75261-9428, USA
Telefon: (972) 574 8888



Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is located 24km (15 miles) northwest of Dallas and 29km (18 miles) northeast of Fort Worth.


How to get there

There are airport connections from the south on highways 183 or 360, or from the north on highways 114, 121 or 635. All exits are on the left. From central Dallas, head north on I-35E; continue (northwest) on Route 183; turn off onto Ramp DFW Airport; and then continue (north) on International Parkway North (toll road). From central Fort Worth, head north on I-35 West; at exit 52A turn onto Ramp Route 121; merge onto Route 121 (Airport Freeway); continue on I-820, Route 121, and then Route 183 East. Once here, turn onto Ramp DFW Airport/Amon Carter Boulevard, and then continue (north) along the International Parkway North toll road.

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Access by public transport

Airporter buses (tel: (817) 267 5150) serve various destinations, including major hotels in Fort Worth, from the upper level of each terminal. Fares start at US$15, and boarding is available at all major Fort Worth hotels. Taxi: Taxis are readily available outside Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, on the upper level of Terminals A, B, C and E, and on the lower level of Terminal D.

Numerous shared-ride shuttle services are available. Rail: Trinity Railway Express (tel: (214) 979 1111 or (817) 215 8600; offers direct connections to a number of stations in both Dallas and Fort Worth, Monday to Saturday. The journey time to downtown Dallas is around 20 minutes, and the one-way fare is US$3.50. Shuttles connect the station and the terminals and are free for passengers holding a valid air ticket.


Information desk

Multilingual information boards can be found throughout Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Interactive visitor information centres are located near the baggage reclaim areas, providing information and direct dialling to some transportation options from the airport. Travelers Aid offices are located in terminals B and D. DFW Airport Ambassadors are stationed throughout all terminals to provide assistance, including directing passengers to connecting flights, bag claim and other airport facilities.

Airport News:
The new International Terminal D, capable of handling 32,000 passengers daily or 11.7 million passengers annually, opened in 2005. There are plans for yet another terminal, Terminal F, in the future. DFW was named 'best airport in the Americas' in 2007 for customer service, by the Airports Council International.


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