Dallas Fort-Worth International Airport (DFW), situated between the two cities it’s named after, is the major airport in the US state of Texas, and also claims the title of third busiest airport in the world, in terms of aircraft movements.
This sizeable airport covers more than 7,000 hectares, and has had to employ a rail service to ease transportation between its five terminals. Flights to Dallas-Fort Worth Airport serve 46 international destinations, and 144 within the US.
The facility has done a fantastic job of adapting to the high activity and has plenty to amuse travelers – from ample shopping and dining opportunities to the cultural flavor of the airport’s selection of art.
Despite being huge and sometimes difficult to navigate, Dallas Fort-Worth International Airport manages to maintain that personal touch with appreciated gestures such as handing out cots to passengers who end up staying in the expansive airport overnight. As many satisfied commuters will tell you, it’s often the little details that count.