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Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (IATA: DFW, ICAO: KDFW, FAA LID: DFW) is located between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth,[3] and is the busiest airport in the U.S. state of Texas. In terms of aircraft movements, it is the third busiest airport in the world. In terms of passenger traffic, it is the sixth busiest airport in the world transporting 59,064,360 passengers in 2005. In terms of land area, at 18,076 acres,[4] it is the largest airport in Texas, the second largest in the United States, and fourth largest in the world. It is the nation’s tenth busiest international gateway, behind Honolulu International Airport.[5] The airport was recently named as “The Best Cargo Airport in the World” according to the second edition of a survey.[6][7]

The airport serves 129 domestic destinations and 36 international, and is the largest and main hub for American Airlines (800 daily departures), and also the largest hub for American Eagle. Eighty four percent of all flights at Dallas/Fort Worth are operated by American Airlines. Delta Air Lines closed its Dallas/Fort Worth hub in February 2005 in an effort to cut costs. The airline shrank operations from 256 daily nonstop flights to 21.

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  • Bob

    DFW’s new free Wifi is great overnight and off-hours (EG. 40-50mbit/sec in both directions!) but can become extremely erratic mid-afternoon onwards — not even the simplest lowest-bandwidth Skype voicecall can be relied upon at these times — unpleasant that it’s so unreliable / bursty.

  • Paul

    I work at the airport. The only ones throwing accolades at the “great wifi coverage” is the DFW airport business office. AT&T wifi is erratic and frustratingly slow to activate. Have to walk around the airport terminal to find a connection. In the evening it won’t hardly connect. I think they turn it off after 8pm to pinch pennies, which is what the DFW airport is good at if they feel the passengers are ripping them off using the airports’ free, unaccessible wifi.

  • Yoda

    Which terminal is the DFW airport business office at?

  • Jerry G

    I’m sitting in DFW now, at 21:35 … arriving at this website seeking an explanation as to if there _really_ is wi-fi at DFW and if so, why it’s so erratically available and agonizingly slow. ;-)

  • Tara

    Ugh in concourse A and cannot connect at all, it was great in the C terminal but sucks over here. Come on what century is this!!

  • Mr. Don

    AT&T what att free wifi ?? There isn’t any wifi free or otherwise. Just another lie a big corporation tells the mass public to say how great they are (not) and this is att headquarters ?
    What a sick joke! The airport has raised the parking and has construction going on in 3 out of 5 terminals and can’t provide a complimentary wifi access for its travelers. DFW has made millions of dollars from not only their traveling passengers, airlines, vendors, airport employees,
    TSA and natural gas, and still is so greedy can’t provide a quality wifi ? A great reason not to fly out of DFW and go to ( DAL ) Dallas Love Airport.

  • Joe

    At DFW, Windows indicates that the wifi is connected BUT no internet access! I have never been able to access internet at DFW in the last 5 years even though I had no problems accessing the free wifi at Los Angeles, Seattle, New Orleans and Cedar Rapids, Iowa.