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Dallas Fort Worth International Airport

3200 E Airfield Dr, DFW Airport, TX 75261
(972) 973-3112

About DFW Administration

DFW Airport's Board of Directors is composed of 12 members, 11 of whom are appointed by the city councils of the Airport's owner cities. Seven represent the City of Dallas and four represent the City of Fort Worth, in accordance with each city's ownership interest in the Airport. In order to facilitate communication between and among the Airport and its neighbors, a 12th, non-voting board position representing one of the Airport's four neighboring cities -- Irving, Grapevine, Euless and Coppell -- is filled on an annual, rotating basis. More information on DFW Airport's current Board of Directors is available here .

DFW Airport Board is a semi-autonomous body charged with governing DFW International Airport. The Board may enter into contracts without the approval of its owner cities' city councils, but their approval is required for its annual budget, bond sales and other similar measures.

The Board of Directors appoints the Airport's Chief Executive Officer, who is charged with the day-to-day operations of the Airport. The Chief Executive Officer, in turn, hires a professional staff to assist him in that responsibility. More information on DFW Airport's Executive Staff is available here.

Airlines

Aero Mexico

Gate Location:
Terminal D, Gates: D6-D16

Bag Claim:
Terminal D, Customs
Reservation Number: 800 237 6639 Passenger Paging Number: 972 973 3112

Flight Information

Airline Web Site
Terminal D Map

Air Canada

Gate Location:
Terminal E, Gates: E2

Bag Claim:
Terminal E, E4

Reservation Number: 888 247 2262 Passenger Paging Number: 972 973 3112

Flight Information

Airline Web Site
Terminal E Map

Alaska Airlines

Gate Location:
Terminal E, Gates: E11

Bag Claim:
Terminal E, E16-E17

Reservation Number: 800 252 7522 Passenger Paging Number: 972 973 3112

Flight Information

Airline Web Site

American Airlines

American Airlines Ticket Counter Changes at DFW

Gate Location:
Terminal A, Gates: A8-A39 Terminal C, Gates: C2-C39
Terminal D, Gates: D17-D40

Bag Claim:
Terminal A, A15, A16, A29
Terminal C, C4, C12, C15, C25, C26, C31
Terminal D, Int'l – Customs, Domestic – D28-D30

Curbside check-in available for domestic flights

Reservation Number: 800 433 7300 or 800 252 4444 Passenger Paging Number: 972 425 2479

Flight Information

Airline Web Site

Terminal A Map - Terminal C Map - Terminal D Map

Terminal E Map

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Airport Parking

DFW Valet Parking is the only valet service that keeps your car on-Airport at all times... learn more.
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Terminal Parking is located right next to all five of DFW's terminals with more than 28,000 spaces... learn more.
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Express Parking offers amenities that busy travelers appreciate... learn more.
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Remote Parking offers on-Airport convenience at an off-Airport price... learn more.
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Ground Transportation

Rental Cars

The Rental Car Center is located at 2424 E. 38th St, DFW Airport, TX, near the south entrance of the Airport and is served by 10 companies. Location Map (may require download)

Arriving Passengers: After collecting your baggage, follow the Rental Car signs to the designated pick-up area on the lower level of the terminal. From there, board the Rental Car shuttle bus. Buses run 24 hours a day, depart every five minutes and reach the Rental Car Center in approximately 10 minutes.

Departing Passengers : Before your departing flight, please return your vehicle at the Rental Car Center. For transportation from the facility to your terminal, board the Rental Car Shuttle. The Rental Car Shuttle runs 24 hours a day and departs every five minutes from the facility.

Taxi Services

Taxi service is available on the upper level of Terminals A, B, C and E, and on the lower level of Terminal D.

An Airport Guest Assistant will be available at the taxi stands between 8:00 AM and midnight. Between midnight and 8:00 AM, dial 972 574 5878 to request a taxi.

Public Transportation

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART)

Arriving with speed at DFW International Airport, the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Orange Line DFW Airport Station is now open adjacent to Terminal A. If you happen to spot the large white canopy arch structures near Terminal A, you'll see the all-new DFW Airport Station. The new service provides a convenient gateway for travelers to get to famous landmarks in the city of Dallas as well as another way to arrive to the Airport. To get you up to speed on the exciting addition, here are some facts at a glance for the new Orange Line.

  • Total Length: 14 miles
  • Direct Connection to Terminal A at DFW International Airport
  • Immediate access to known landmarks such as the Mustangs of Las Colinas, Irving Convention Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Perot Museum, Klyde Warren Park, the famous West End, American Airlines Center, Downtown Plano and many more.
  • Adding over 54,000 new jobs to the North Texas region
  • Bags Ride Free and Ticketless service via GoPass℠ app
  • Lesser pollution and fewer auto emissions
  • Reduced stress and more multi-tasking (e-mail, make calls, surf the web, etc.)


Hours of Operation: Generally, the DART Rail System is in operation from 4 am to 1 am, 7 days a week. The first train arriving at DFW Airport Station arrives prior to 4 am to accommodate airport employees with early work shifts and some passengers with early flights.

Access: Passengers can get to DFW Airport Station by exiting the lower level in Terminal A. There is a walkway with signs indicating directions to DFW Airport Station.

DART Fares: A two hour pass costs only $2.50 and a day pass costs $5.00.

DART Buses: DART buses no longer service to DFW Airport Station due to the new rail connection on Belt Line Station to DFW Airport Station. DART buses are only utilized at the DFW Airport Station in case of emergencies.

DFW is tracking this exciting, historical journey through our social channels on Facebook , Twitter and Instagram with photos and videos tagged #DART2DFW. Be sure to share your memories using the hashtag.

For more complete information on DART and the ORANGE LINE schedule, visit DART.org/DFWAirport

Shops and Services

Find locations of parking, terminals, shops, restaurants, and services all on an easy-to-use interactive map. Launch interactive map.

Browse our more than 100 specialty shops and retail locations for everything from electronic gadgets to exquisite jewelry to gifts you can only find in Texas. Find shops here.

Maps & Directions

Enter the Airport from State Highway 183 on the south, or State Highway 114 or Interstate 635 on the north. The Airport has one main road, International Parkway, which runs the length of the Airport, north to south. All terminals, parking areas and on-site hotels are accessible from this road. Click on a location below for specific directions and maps from city centers.

 

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