American Airlines to Build New Terminal at DFW

By Anna Breuer on 20 May 2019
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An American Airlines 777 at DFW

An American Airlines 777 at DFW

American Airlines and Dallas/Forth Worth International Airport announced plans for a new terminal that will open its doors to passengers in 2025.

The structure, to be known as Terminal F, will be located south of Terminal D, and it will have capacity for 24 gates.

Design work for the $3.5-billion project, which will also include improvements to Terminal C, is slated to start immediately. American and the airport will work together on determining the layout of the new terminal.

“This is an exciting day for American,” said the airline’s CEO, Doug Parker, who noted that the airport is the airline’s largest hub. “The plans we’re announcing today will allow for the continued growth of DFW and ensure the airport remains a premier gateway for American for many more years to come.”

The renovation work slated for Terminal C, which is one of the airport’s original terminals, includes redesigned check-in areas, larger security checkpoints, better lighting, and more shops and restaurants.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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