DFW International Airport
Located halfway between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, and grounded on 18,000 acres —
most of which are within the city limits of Grapevine — DFW International Airport is the world's third busiest airport, offering nearly 2,000 flights per day and serving 57 million passengers a year.
It also provides non-stop service to 130 domestic and 40 international destinations worldwide. With the new International Terminal D and Skylink high-speed train terminal service opening in 2005, the airport is set to grow faster than ever.
For the latest news, real-time flight information, parking availability or further details regarding the many services provided at DFW International Airport, you might want to bookmark their Web site for easy access.
Be a DFW Airport Ambassador Volunteer
As a volunteer, you can be part of the excitement of welcoming people to Texas... Grapevine, Texas, that is.
Become an Airport Ambassador and lend a helping hand and a friendly smile to travelers as they arrive at and depart from DFW. As you welcome people from around the world, make new friends and be a vital part of North Texas' most dynamic and growing transportation center. Please visit their site to learn more about training and benefits of being a DFW Airport Ambassador.
Watching Airplanes Take Off and Land
If you enjoy watching airplanes come and go, DFW Airport is a great place for families, children and adults of all ages. The airport has designated Founders' Plaza as a special park for plane watching. Located on Carbon Road, on the NW side of the airport, the plaza has a great viewing area of the runways. Do not enter the airport, but please use either the North bound or South bound Service Roads on the side, following the directional signs to Founder's Plaza. Exit at Highway 114 on to Texan Trail and head south towards the Airport. Founders' Plaza is at Texan Trail and N. Airfield Drive