DFW International Airport

Downtown Fort Worth is only 17.5 miles from the fourth-busiest airport in the world, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, the best gateway into the Americas. With 149 direct domestic connections, you can reach any major city in the U.S. in less than four hours. DFW Airport has a $31.6 billion impact on the region and is investing $2.3 billion in upgrades and renovation.

The airport also offers more than:

  • 200 nonstop destinations worldwide, including new direct flights to China
  • DFW Airport offers extra convenience and luxury through the American Express® Centurion Lounge, a nap-friendly Minute Suites and a yoga studio.
  • New immigration kiosks make customs clearance a breeze
  • The Airport’s mobile app now provides wait times for various security gates, including TSA pre-check. You can also pre-order food from many different restaurants.
  • Skylink train system to transfer to any of the five airport terminals quickly and reach your gate if you have a connecting flight
  • Tax-free shopping available for international visitors at participating retailers in the area

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Dallas Love Field Airport

Les than 40 minutes (34 miles) from Fort Worth, the City of Dallas owns and operates Dallas Love Field. It is one of the finest general-purpose airports in the world. 

Dallas Love Field provides the best that can be offered in a convenient, efficient airport, serving both commercial airline and corporate user needs. Located in the heart of Dallas, Cedar Springs at Mockingbird. 

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Ground Transportation from the Airport

Take a seat in a convenient shuttle bus or taxi cab. Or ride a remote shuttle bus to the Trinity Railway Express and take it to the ITC in downtown Fort Worth. For more info about taking the TRE to and from the airport, click here.


TEXRail is a new 27-mile commuter rail line that will extend from downtown Fort Worth, across northeast Tarrant County, through North Richland Hills and Grapevine, and into DFW International Airport’s Terminal B. This line, which will begin service in late 2018, is projected to serve more than 8,000 daily riders at nine stations by the end of the first year of operation. By 2035, nearly 13,000 riders are projected to ride the system.