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Dallas Airport Informational Guide to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) - NON OFFICIAL

DFW Terminals

Dallas Fort Worth Airport is currently the fourth busiest airport in the world and the second largest airport in the US.

Given those facts, the airport terminals were designed in order to shorten the distance between terminals and also to lessen the traffic around them.

Dallas Fort Worth Airport consist of five terminals which host more than 171 boarding gates.

The terminals are distributed in a semicircle except for Terminal D, which is a square U shape. They are organized in the following way: TA, TC and TE (to the east), TB and TD (to the west).

Terminals A and B are located facing each other, as well as terminals C and D.

On the other hand, Terminal E is located south of Terminal C, but they are not connected by walkway like the other terminals.

Terminal A

Terminal A exclusively serves American Airlines flights.

Boarding gates: A6-A39

This Terminal connects to Terminal B by B1-39 gates and to Terminal C by C1-39 gates.

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Terminal B

Terminal B is exclusively used by American Eagle.

Boarding gates: B1-B49

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Terminal C

Terminal C is exclusively used by American Airlines.

Boarding gates: C2-C39

This terminal connects to Terminal A by C2 to A gates. 

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Terminal D

This is the International Terminal, which hosts all inbound and outbound international flights.

Boarding gates: D5-D40

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Terminal E

From Terminal E depart flights of Air Canada, Alaska, American, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Spirit, United and Westjet.

Boarding gates: E2-E38

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Passengers have several ways to move between terminals. 

They can use skylink or the terminal link.

Find more information in the inter terminal transportation section.