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Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
KDFW
Aerial view of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

ICAO Code

KDFW

Role

Public Airport

Hub For

  • American Airlines
  • UPS Airlines

Elevation

607ft / 185m

Number of Runways

7

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (IATA: DFW, ICAO: KDFW, FAA LID: DFW) is ranked number 7 in worlds most busiest airports. This airport is one of the largest (in land size, and in number of runways), in the world. Having 7 runways, and covering as much as 18,076 acres, Dallas/Fort Worth is the largest airport (by land area) in Texas, second largest in the United States (after Denver International Airport), and fourth largest airport in the world. Dallas/Fort Worth is hub to American Airlines and UPS Airlines.

Airlines Edit

Dallas/Fort Worth operates 45 cargo/passenger airlines. Dallas/Fort Worth is also a hub for American Airlines and UPS Airlines.

American Airlines Edit

American Airlines is parked on Terminal A, C, and D. Dallas/Fort Worth is a hub for American Airlines.

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