Company Overview of Dallas Fort Worth Texas International Airport
Dallas Fort Worth Texas International Airport develops and operates an airport. It offers services to domestic and international destinations worldwide. The company was founded in 1974 and is based in Dallas, Texas.
3200 East Airfield Drive
Dallas, TX 75261
Founded in 1974
Key Executives for Dallas Fort Worth Texas International Airport
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Executive Vice President of Operations
Executive Vice President of Revenue Management
Executive Vice President of Governmental and Stakeholder Affairs
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Dallas Fort Worth Texas International Airport Key Developments
Dallas Fort Worth Texas International Airport Presents at 7th Annual Aviation Outlook Asia 2014, Oct-28-2014 through Oct-29-2014
Oct 7 14
Dallas Fort Worth Texas International Airport Presents at 7th Annual Aviation Outlook Asia 2014, Oct-28-2014 through Oct-29-2014. Venue: Suntec International Convention & Exhibition Centre, Singapore. Presentation Date & Speakers: Oct-29-2014, Luis Perez, Vice President – Air Service Development.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Announces Launch of Emirates Airbus A380 Service to Dubai
Oct 1 14
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport announced the start of Emirates Airbus A380 superjumbo daily service to Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The arriving Emirates A380 aircraft was met with a traditional DFW Airport "shower of affection" water cannon salute from the Airport's Department of Public Safety, as well as local dignitaries. The flight connects two of the world's most highly regarded airports, DFW and Dubai (DXB) International Airport, each of which offer customers a great number of connection options and outstanding customer service on either end of the route. DFW airline partners offer nonstop service to 55 international destinations and 147 cities in the United States, with every major city in the continental U.S., Canada and Mexico within a four-hour flight.
DFW International Airport and Dallas Area Rapid Transit Launch Light Rail Service Connecting DFW to Dallas
Aug 18 14
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Area Rapid Transit officially launched light rail passenger service connecting downtown Dallas to DFW Airport with the arrival of DART Orange Line trains into the DFW Airport Station. The first train arrived at DFW at 3:50 AM with greeters from DFW and DART, culminating six years of partnership, planning and construction between the two entities to make the service a reality. The 5-mile segment which opened links DFW Airport to DART's Belt Line Station, with continuing service to major regional destinations including Irving-Las Colinas, Dallas Market Center and downtown Dallas. With this opening, DFW Airport becomes the third-busiest American airport with a direct rail connection to the city center. The completion of the final segment of DART's Orange Line to DFW Airport not only marks a major milestone for the Airport and DART, it also opens a new era of connectivity for customers and Airport employees. DART's DFW Airport Station is located less than a 3-minute walk to the Terminal A entry doors and ticketing hall. The walkway between the terminal and the DART station features landscaping and partial cover to protect customers from the elements. High-speed, high-capacity elevators will deliver customers to the Terminal A ticketing hall on the concourse level. Once inside Terminal A, customers can easily access American Airlines ticketing and baggage check, TSA security checkpoints and DFW's Skylink people mover system (inside of the secured area) to connect to any of DFW's five terminals. Customers of other airlines with carry-on baggage can use a multi-airline kiosk in the elevator vestibule at Terminal A to check in for their flight. Passengers with baggage to check on other airlines can hop on DFW's Terminal Link shuttle buses for an easy transfer to their desired terminal. DFW Airport also serves as one of the region's major employment centers, which means the rail connection provides a convenient and cost-effective way to commute for the nearly 60,000 people who work at DFW. Early morning and late night trains will ensure passengers and employees can get to their flights, work or home. The first Orange Line train departing downtown Dallas arrives at DFW Airport Station at 3:50 a.m. The last train departs the DFW Airport station at 1:12 a.m. on weekdays, and 12:12 a.m. on weekends.
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