Dallas/Fort Airport Worth Hits 200 Destination Milestone

By Jesse Sokolow on 8 March 2013
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AA's 777-300ER parked at DFW

AA’s 777-300ER parked at DFW

With the addition of American Eagle service to Hermosillo and Zacatecas, Mexico in June of this year, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport celebrate  a milestone and become an airport that serves 200 nonstop destinations.

The airport joins Frankfurt, Amsterdam Schiphol, Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta, Chicago O’Hare, and Munich as airports that also serve 200 or more destinations.  Of Dallas/Fort Worth’s 200 destinations, 52 will be international, and 148 will be domestic.

In the past three years, DFW has added seven new passenger airlines and three new cargo carriers.  In addition, the airport has also added fourteen new international and ten new domestic destinations over that time.

It has also added new service from Virgin America, Qantas, Emirates, JetBlue, Cayman Airways, and Aeromexico in the past three years.  Later this year, the airport will also add new service from WestJet.

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