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 Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is located between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, and is the busiest airport in Texas.
Fort Worth transferred its commercial flights from Meacham Field to the new airport in 1953, which was now just 12 miles from Dallas Love Field.
Fort Worth declined the offer, and thus the two cities opened their own airports, Love Field and Meacham Field.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dallas/Fort_Worth_International_Airport   (2108 words)

  
 Handbook of Texas Online: DALLAS-FORT WORTH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
The new airport, now known as the DallasFort Worth International Airport, was dedicated in September 1973 and became operational on January 13, 1974.
As early as 1940 a regional airport for the Dallas and Fort Worth area was being considered.
In May 1960 the airport, renamed Greater Southwest International Airport, was purchased by the city of Fort Worth in an effort to compete more successfully with Love Field, and a municipal board was established to supervise the city's airports.
www.tsha.utexas.edu /handbook/online/articles/view/DD/epd1.html   (1137 words)

  
 Airport Technology - Dallas Fort Worth International Airport Expansion - Texas, USA
Dallas/Fort Worth Airport has planned its expansion in order to capitalise on the projected growth in domestic US air travel, which is expected to grow from its current level of 650 million embarkations per year to almost one billion by 2009.
International Parkway access is to be provided via a flyover bridge and carousel roadway system similar to those in use at existing terminals.
Similarly, international air travel is expected to almost double over the next ten years in the USA to almost 250 million embarkations per year.
www.airport-technology.com /projects/dallas   (631 words)

  
 Delta Air Lines Flight 191 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On the afternoon of August 2, 1985, Flight 191 crashed while on approach to the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, killing 8 of 11 crew members and 128 of the 152 passengers on board and one person on the ground.
Delta Air Lines Flight 191 was an airline service from Fort Lauderdale, Florida's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, bound for Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California, by way of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
This accident is noteworthy in the history of commercial aviation because it is one of the few air crashes in which the meteorological phenomenon known as microburst-induced wind shear was a direct contributing factor.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Delta_Air_Lines_Flight_191   (661 words)

  
 Dallas Fort Worth Airport Hotels - Hotels close to Dallas Fort Worth Airport
Many of our Dallas Fort Worth Airport Hotels offer free airport shuttle as well as special Park and Fly packages with up to 14 days parking.
All Dallas Fort Worth Airport hotels have been inspected by our staff for quality and comfort.
Our Dallas Fort Worth Airport Hotels offer complete services for the leisure and business traveler.
dallasfortworth.airporthotelservice.com   (205 words)

  
 Headlines/Breaking News from Dallas Business Journal - bizjournals.com
FORT WORTH — Two of the city's top commercial real estate brokers have switched horses in what appears to be a continuing exodus from Dallas-based real estate giant Trammell Crow Co. and a trend among heavy hitters to hedge against hard times with new opportunities.
FORT WORTH — One of the relative unknown tools for surviving the hotel downturn is a new type of Small Business Administration disaster loan that can help hotel owners who are struggling to make their mortgage payments after Sept. 11.
Fort Worth-based engineering and architectural consultant Carter & Burgess Inc. said Tuesday it is developing masterplans for Denton Town Center, a mixed-use development of retail, office, entertainment and civic facilities built around a "Main Street" concept.
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 Car Rental Dallas - Dallas/Fort Worth Airport
Dallas' Arts District includes the Dallas Museum of Art and the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, whose center stage is home to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.
Dallas is a great place to rent a car because it covers so much area.
The ninth largest city in the United States, Dallas is known as the Southwest's leading business and financial center and as the number-one visitor destination in Texas.
www.car-rental-choice.com /cities/dallas.html   (1102 words)

  
 Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport - DFW - Dallas-Fort Worth International - Airport Guide - Texas
The airport is situated 18 miles (29km) from downtown Dallas and 24 miles (39km) from Fort Worth.
The airport encourages travellers to park at the Terminal Parking, which provides convenient, close-in parking that is a short walk to your departure gate.
There are numerous options for transport between the airport and destinations in the surrounding metropolitan area.
www.wordtravels.com /Airports/Texas/Dallas-Fort+Worth+International   (411 words)

  
 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Dallas Fort Worth International Airport at Epinions.com
DFW, as its name implies, is located roughly between the two cities of the metroplex, though it falls more in the neighborhood of Fort Worth, the smaller and western of the two neighbors.
The layout of the airport itself is perhaps its greatest strength, with a lot of forethought obviously put into the plan.
The Airport Train can get you to the other portions of the airport, but is a bit more of a hassle to get to (you have to leave security).
www.epinions.com /content_100503359108   (1767 words)

  
 Dallas Fort Worth Airport (DFW) Facilities, Info: Facilities at Airports in Dallas Area, TX, USA
There are also a wide range of airport services and amenities at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), including business services, currency exchange, nearby conference and meeting room facilities, airline club lounges for business and first class travelers, airport information desks and ATM cashpoints, which are readily available in the airport's terminal buildings.
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) has a number of excellent eating, shopping and disabled facilities within its four main terminal buildings, as you would expect from such a busy and important airport in Dallas, Texas, USA.
Dallas Airport has a number of useful information boards posted throughout the airport buildings, listing useful airport information in many different languages.
dallas-dfw.airports-guides.com /dfw_airport_facilities.html   (844 words)

  
 City of Fort Worth, Texas Aviation Department- Meacham Airport
Fort Worth Alliance Airport is a public airport that is designed and serves the needs of Industrial, Corporate and general aviation users.
The Fort Worth Aviation Department is comprised of three successful airports: Alliance, Meacham and Spinks.
Meacham Airport was constructed in 1925, and has undergone many changes and reconfigurations through the years.
www.meacham.com   (156 words)

  
 Airport Shuttle, Airport Limo Service for DFW, Dallas, Fort Worth by Supershuttle - LookLocally.com
ExecuCar is part of the Dallas, Fort Worth, DFW SuperShuttle airport shuttle service family, so you know you can rely on prompt and friendly service for your airport shuttle or airport limo service.
Airport Shuttle offered by ExecuCar serving Dallas, Ft Worth and DFW is not a taxi, not a limousine, but the logical choice in between.
ExecuCar serving Dallas, Ft Worth and DFW is not a taxi, not a limousine, but the logical choice in between.
www.looklocally.com /10099.htm   (675 words)

  
 Airline Industry Information: Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport receives "Star of Energy Efficiency" award
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport has been awarded what has been described as one of the nation's most prestigious awards for energy efficiency.
DFW airport said that its "green" efforts include operational improvements to the vehicle fleet, Energy Plaza (utility plant), Rent-A-Car facility and Terminal B. The DFW International Airport Board was reportedly selected as a Star of Energy Efficiency recipient for its commitment to the efficient and environmentally-friendly use of energy.
DFW is the first airport to be recognised for this award as well as the first entity in the aviation industry.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0CWU/is_2005_Oct_20/ai_n15726174   (248 words)

  
 Dallas Transportation Guide : Dallas Fort Worth International Airport
The third busiest and the second largest airport in the world, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) serves the thriving Metroplex of Dallas, Fort Worth and over 120 other municipalities.
Offering non stop service to over 160 locations around the world, DFW moved over 50,000,000 people in and out of the Dallas Metroplex in 2002 and continues to the be the number one Dallas airport for domestic and international visitors.
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www.dallas.com /transport/airport.html   (184 words)

  
 DFW Airport Guide: Dallas Fort Worth Airport Hotels Online
Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport has five main terminals: A, B, C, D, and E. Being located centrally within the Dallas / Fort Worth metroplex allows easy access to both major cities via any of the numerous ground transport facilities.
One of America's busiest airports, Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) handles a large number of domestic flights and international connections to and from Europe, Latin America, and the Pacific Rim.
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport DFW Guide featuring Airport Hotels at World Airport Guides
www.dallas-dfw.com   (283 words)

  
 BTS Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Texas—Air Freight Gateway
Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) was the sixth busiest international air cargo gateway in the United States by value of shipments, and the twentieth overall by value among all freight gateways—airports, seaports, and land ports in 2003.
By weight, the United Kingdom and Germany were the leading origin countries for imports as well as destination countries for exports handled at DFW on nonstop international flight segments in 2003.
Even though the major nonstop international segments end or start in Europe, Taiwan is the actual leading market for exports and imports moving through DFW.
www.bts.gov /publications/americas_freight_transportation_gateways/highlights_of_top_25_freight_gateways_by_shipment_value/dallas_fort_worth   (539 words)

  
 Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport guide, Dallas, Texas, USA
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport operates both domestic flights and international connections to Europe, Latin America and the Pacific region.
The airport is 15 miles northwest of Dallas, and 18 miles from Fort Worth in Texas.
Throughout the airport are a number of information boards providing information in a number of languages.
www.121airports.com /dallasfortworthinternationalairport.htm   (348 words)

  
 SeekOn Search System -- global discount hotel reservations
The Super 8 DFW Airport North is located one mile from Dallas/ Fort Worth International Airport and six miles from the exciting nightspots of downtown Dallas, Texas.
Located eight miles from downtown Fort Worth, Texas and 18 miles from Dallas Fort Worth Airport, the Microtel Inn & Suites Fort Worth is conveniently to many major business, historical and cultural hi more...
This Super 8 Motel north of Fort Worth near Meacham Airport stands just a five-minute hop from downtown Fort Worth and close to the Texas Motor Speedway and the Fort Worth Stockyards, where once the c more...
www.travelnow.com /hotels/hotnetlist.jsp?cid=79587&city=Roanoke&stateProvince=TX&country=USA   (663 words)

  
 Dallas Fort Worth International Airport Guide - Dallas
The airport is located 24km to the northwest of Dallas and 29km to the northeast of Fort Worth.
Driving from Fort Worth, go north on I-35W, at Exit 52A turn off onto Ramp Route 121 north and onto Route 121, from there continue on I-820, on to Route 121 north then Route 183 East, turn off onto Ramp DFW Airport/Amon Carter Boulevard, and then carry on with the International Parkway North.
Travellers delayed at the airport for a few hours can go and grab a bite to eat or have a drink at one of the many bars or restaurants located in all terminals of the airport, or go and browse through the many shops available, selling a wide variety of goods.
www.travel-library.com /airports/north_america/usa/texas/dallas/dallas_fort_worth_international_airport.html   (549 words)

  
 Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport - Airport Guide - World Travel Guide
Other hotels, including the Courtyard Dallas DFW Airport (tel: 972 790 8990), Dallas Fort Worth Airport Marriott (tel: 972 929 8800), the Fairfield Inn DFW (tel: 972 929 7257) and the Holiday Inn Select (tel: 972 399 1010), are located close to the airport.
The airport is located 24km (15 miles) northwest of Dallas and 29km (18 miles) northeast of Fort Worth
There are airport connections from the south on Highway-183 or -360, or from the north, on Highways-114, -121 or -635.
www.worldairportguide.co.uk /airports/dfw/dfw.asp   (714 words)

  
 Dallas Airport Shuttles: DFW Airport Shuttle Services
Growth of Dallas was very rapid & today it is the ninth largest city in the USA and the eastern half of the 'Metroplex' - the western 'other half' being Fort Worth.
Dallas is a young city with all the vigor of youth.
Dallas was already a financial and business centre and so could easily become a focus for the nascent oil industry.
www.suvana.com /dfw-airport-shuttle.html   (660 words)

  
 Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport declares coalition of support for the Wright Amendment. Business
A spokesperson for Dallas/Fort Worth airport said that the Wright Amendment is the compromise reached by the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, DFW International Airport and Southwest Airlines, that settled a long running debate over air traffic growth in north Texas.
According to the airport, this is reflected by the support that it has received from 13 airports across the country.
International move from door to door in all countries by air and sea.
www.allbusiness.com /periodicals/article/606588-1.html   (468 words)

  
 Dallas-Ft. Worth National Cemetery
Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery is the sixth national cemetery in Texas and the 118th in the national cemetery system.
The Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery was dedicated and opened for burials on May 12, 2000.
As of 2003, there were 42 memorials at Dallas-Ft. Worth National Cemetery—most commemorating events and troops of the 20th century wars.
www.cem.va.gov /nchp/dallasftworth.htm   (675 words)

  
 Irving, Texas hotel near Six Flags Over Texas - Quality Inn and Suites 75063, TX862
Irving is just two miles from the Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport and 10 miles from the Dallas Love Field Airport.
The Dallas Convention Center and American Airlines Center are only 14 miles from the hotel.
Texas Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, and Ameriquest Field, home of the Texas Rangers are minutes from this Irving hotel.
www.choicehotels.com /ires/hotel/tx862   (564 words)

  
 Airline Industry Information: Dallas/Fort Worth airport to open Terminal D
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is to open its International Terminal D on 23 July.
Airline Industry Information: Dallas/Fort Worth airport to open Terminal D
All international flights, which currently use terminals A, B and E, will be relocated to the new terminal.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0CWU/is_2005_July_19/ai_n14795890   (152 words)

  
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 AirNav: KDFW - Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
If your hotel/inn/B&B/resort is near the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, provides convenient transportation, or is otherwise attractive to pilots, flight crews, and airport users, consider listing it here.
In this space we feature lodging establishments that are convenient to the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
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 dfwairport.com - Terminal Guide
International passengers can exchange currency at Terminal D, Gates D11, D24 and at the International Re-Check Area.
TDD Telephones, amplified receivers and lowered telephones are available throughout all terminals and may also be used as courtesy phones for Airport Services.
Terminal buildings at DFW Airport are designed for passenger convenience.
www.dfwairport.com /terminals   (144 words)

  
 Listing: Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
With a central North American location that puts you within 4 hours of any major city in the U.S., Mexico and Canada, it's no surprise that DFW International Airport is one of the world's busiest and fastest growing.
And while you're at the Airport, get a true taste of Texas at one of DFW's many new food and beverage concessions or shop for a Lone Star souvenir at one of the many retail shops.
With 2,300 flights daily to more than 160 destinations world-wide, DFW is one of the world's most convenient airports.
www.dallascvb.com /visitors/listing.details.php?id=965   (161 words)

  
 KDFW.html
Dallas / Fort Worth, Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport, TX, United States
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