In 2005, a $2.8 billion capital development plan was completed, which included construction of International Terminal D and the Skylink people mover system, which has made DFW one of the most efficient connecting hubs in the world. The project also included construction of the Grand Hyatt DFW – an acclaimed hotel earning top awards worldwide.
Other achievements of note include the development of the consolidated DFW Rental Car Center, International Commerce Park, the International Air Cargo Center, DFW's Corporate Aviation, Founders' Plaza observation center, and establishment of the Airport Operations Center (AOC), Emergency Operations Center (EOC), DFW Fire Training Research Center and the DFW Airport Wellness Center.
About DFW International AirportLocated halfway between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, DFW International Airport is the world's fourth busiest, offering nearly 1,800 flights per day and serving 58 million passengers a year. DFW provides nonstop service to 148 domestic and 50 international destinations worldwide. For five consecutive years, DFW has ranked in the top five for customer service among large airports worldwide in surveys conducted by Airports Council International. For the latest news, real-time flight information, parking availability or further details regarding the many services provided at DFW International Airport, visit www.dfwairport.com.
(re)defining DFW International AirportDFW International Airport's $2.3 billion Terminal Renewal and Improvement Program (TRIP) is (re)defining first class for this global gateway. For the latest details regarding TRIP, log on to www.dfwairport.com/redefine.Follow DFW International Airport on: http://twitter.com/dfwairport http://www.youtube.com/user/DFWIntlAirport http://www.facebook.com/dfwairport SOURCE DFW International Airport