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Dallas-Fort Worth Airport is amongst one of the largest airport in the United States of America, and in the world. It is ranked as the eighth busiest airport in the world in terms of passenger traffic, with over fifty-five million passengers per year, and as the third busiest in terms of aircraft movements. The airport is located approximately equidistant from the two Texan cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, and has the official airport code of DFW. Passengers arriving at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport will find all the facilities and transport options they require, and that the airport is the perfect arrival point from where to begin their business trip or holiday.

A number of airline companies serve Dallas Airport, and the majority of passengers of these companies are arriving on domestic flights from other nearby American cities. The airport is a hub for American Airlines and American Eagle, which are two airline carriers flying from destinations such as Cleveland, Fort Lauderdale, Houston-Intercontinental, Denver, Little Rock, Mexico City, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky, Lake Charles and Manhattan. International flights arrive from Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Madrid, Birmingham and London-Heathrow. The most frequently travelled routes from Dallas Airport are to Atlanta, Denver, Chicago, Las Vegas, Phoenix and Los Angeles. Although the company of American Airlines hold the majority of flights at the airport, a number of significant other airline carriers are available, such as KLM, Lufthansa, Air Canada Express, AirTran Airways, British Airways, Delta Air Lines and Korean Air.

Passengers arriving at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport will find that the airport consists of five large terminal buildings. On the airside of the airport, the terminals are connected by the Skylink, which is the world’s largest high speed airport train, while on the land side the terminals are connected by shuttle vans. Both services are free of charge, and available every few minutes, 24 hours a day. The courtesy shuttle vans and buses used at the airport are accessible for passengers in wheelchairs, as they have lifting equipment and drivers who can offer their assistance. A few buses are not equipped to handle disabled passengers, but a quick call from one of the courtesy phones will bring a suitable vehicle in a few minutes. Passengers who need to return to one of the remote parking lot areas of the airport should be waiting at curbside once having requested the shuttle bus service.

Dallas Airport welcomes disabled passengers, and those who have reduced mobility challenges. There are lifts for easier access to the upper floors of the building, pavement ramps and dedicated parking spaces. Wheelchairs for movement in the terminals can also be arranged. Telephones and toilet facilities are adapted for easier use. Guide dogs and other service animals are also allowed in the terminal buildings, which have special areas for their relief as well. Passengers may request further assistance in advance of their flight to Dallas Airport from their airline company.   

Passengers can either collect their baggage and leave the airport, or spend a little time visiting the numerous airport retail outlets, or stop for a bite to eat at one of the many high quality restaurants available. Some of the shops at the airport include KidZoo, Natalie’s Candy Jar, Mercado Gifts, Texas Marketplace, Rosette Stone, Best Buy Express (automated shopping) and La Bodega Winery, while restaurants and lighter snack opportunities include the Grove Soda Fountain, McDonald’s, Popeye’s Chicken and Biscuits, Manchu Wok, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, Pizza Hut Express and the SBarro Italian Eatery. Further facilities at the airport include mailbox drops, internet connections, banking and currency exchange facilities, and children’s play areas. More personal services include manicures and pedicures; massage therapists, an electric massage chair and a shoe shine service. Luggage carts can be found in all terminals for the passengers’ convenience.

Arriving passengers who are ready to leave the airport have a number of transport options. The Airporter and the Dallas Area Rapid Transit company, or DART, provide comfortable and reliable bus services to various nearby areas, such as downtown Dallas and Irving. The buses are known as Route 310 and Route 408. A bus can also be taken to the CentrePort/DFW Railway Station, a few minutes drive from the terminals, in order to continue the journey by train. This is a Trinity Railway Express station, and links the airport to downtown Dallas and downtown Fort Worth. Both the bus and train are very cost effective forms of transport. On the more expensive side, a trip by taxi to the central business district in Dallas will cost approximately $40.00, and to the central business district in Fort Worth, passengers will pay approximately $43.00. These charges do not include any additional costs that may be applicable.

Dallas Fort Worth Airport  Car Hire is another popular means of transport. The car hire companies at the airport are found at some distance from the terminals, on 38th Street, which is nearby the south entrance of the airport. Free shuttle buses provide transport every five minutes from convenient locations outside the airport buildings, and are also accessible for wheelchair bound passengers. Some of the car rental companies at the airport include Hertz, Budget, Avis, National and Thrifty.
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