Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Adds New Lounges, Amenities for Holiday Travel Season

By Paul Riegler on 22 November 2017
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An American 777-300ER at the gate at DFW

An American 777-300ER at the gate at DFW

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport said Wednesday it was adding a variety of new features and amenities to make holiday traveling easier.

The airport has added a new 24-hour 53-space parking lot where those picking up travelers can wait for up to two hours. Two new lounges, the Bubble Zone presented by Coca-Cola, in Terminals A and E, offer travelers vintage décor as well as a place to relax and charge their devices. There is no charge for Bubble Zone access.

Holiday decorations include a 37’-foot tall tree that travelers can walk through to reach a new snowflake holiday light display near gate D30, a Santa’s Workshop that features singers and dancers and other entertainment at both gates A13 and D36.

In addition, there are new shops in all five terminals that will offer last-minute gift items from Eddie Bauer and Southwest News. Other new shops include Caribou Coffee and Einstein Bros. Bagels.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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