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Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (USA)

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (IATA: DFW, ICAO: KDFW and FAA LID: DFW) in Dallas, Texas in the USA is the second largest airport after Denver International Airport. In addition, it is the third largest international airport in the world in terms of aircraft movement and eight in the world in terms of passenger traffic. The airport is the main hub for American Airlines that has its headquarters right within the airport.
Located between the cities of Fort Worth and Dallas, the airport has its own postal service, fire department, police department and own emergency medical services. The airport serves domestic and international aircrafts from and to over 200 destinations. The airport is in the same league with such other airports as Frankfurt, Charles de Gaulle, Chicago O’Hare, Dubai and Hartsfield Jackson International airports in terms of direct fights to various international destinations.
The airport has five terminals accessed through 165 gates. Terminal A is specifically reserved for use by American Airlines for its domestic flights. The airline, which is the largest airline in the world, operates from the other terminals as well. Terminal B is used by various airlines including American Eagle, AirTrans Airways, Midwest, Frontier, and US Airways among other airlines.
Like with Terminal A, Terminal C is also used by American Airlines for domestic flights. The terminal has a total of 31 gates and like in Terminal A, Terminal C has an American Admirals Club located near Gate C20. Directly across the terminal lies Hyatt Regency Hotel. With 2,000,000 sq. ft floor space, Terminal D is solely for international flights. The terminal features several shopping outlets. The terminal connects directly to Grand Hyatt Regency Hotel. Previously used by Delta Airlines, terminal E is now used by several other airlines excluding American Airlines.


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