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Environmental, Social, and Governance Report

Sustainability by Design


Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is committed to providing transparent information about its performance and impact on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. The ESG report is published annually. This report covers fiscal year 2021 (FY21) October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021. Unless otherwise noted, data in the report reflects this timeframe.

2021 marked the second year of a global pandemic where extraordinary uncertainty and difficulty continued for much of our world and our industry. To support our business through recovery while preparing for the future, we rolled out a new strategic plan that built on past successes and prioritized important initiatives looking forward. Resiliency and adaptability were essential for our employees and partners as travel rebounded and DFW remained one of the busiest airports in the world.

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About DFW

Environmental

Social

Governance

GRI

Protecting the Environment

Environmental

DFW’s large portfolio of operations includes energy, carbon, waste and water impacts to manage. Reducing negative climate impact is the central goal of DFW’s environmental sustainability strategy.

Environmental

Protecting the Environment

DFW’s large portfolio of operations includes energy, carbon, waste and water impacts to manage. Reducing negative climate impact is the central goal of DFW’s environmental sustainability strategy.

Protecting the Environment

Environmental

DFW’s large portfolio of operations includes energy, carbon, waste and water impacts to manage. Reducing negative climate impact is the central goal of DFW’s environmental sustainability strategy.

Environmental

Protecting the Environment

DFW’s large portfolio of operations includes energy, carbon, waste and water impacts to manage. Reducing negative climate impact is the central goal of DFW’s environmental sustainability strategy.

About DFW

Environmental

Social

Governance

GRI

Mission and Vision

About DFW

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is a global superhub, connecting passengers and cargo from North Texas to destinations across the world. Owned by and centered between Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, DFW generates economic impact for the region by connecting people through travel, creating jobs and keeping commerce moving. As the second largest driver of economic impact in the state, behind the Port of Houston, DFW recognizes its role in the overall well-being and long-term prospects for development of the economic systems at local, national and global levels.

About DFW

Mission and Vision

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is a global superhub, connecting passengers and cargo from North Texas to destinations across the world. Owned by and centered between Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, DFW generates economic impact for the region by connecting people through travel, creating jobs and keeping commerce moving. As the second largest driver of economic impact in the state, behind the Port of Houston, DFW recognizes its role in the overall well-being and long-term prospects for development of the economic systems at local, national and global levels.

Mission and Vision

About DFW

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is a global superhub, connecting passengers and cargo from North Texas to destinations across the world. Owned by and centered between Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, DFW generates economic impact for the region by connecting people through travel, creating jobs and keeping commerce moving. As the second largest driver of economic impact in the state, behind the Port of Houston, DFW recognizes its role in the overall well-being and long-term prospects for development of the economic systems at local, national and global levels.

About DFW

Mission and Vision

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is a global superhub, connecting passengers and cargo from North Texas to destinations across the world. Owned by and centered between Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, DFW generates economic impact for the region by connecting people through travel, creating jobs and keeping commerce moving. As the second largest driver of economic impact in the state, behind the Port of Houston, DFW recognizes its role in the overall well-being and long-term prospects for development of the economic systems at local, national and global levels.

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The latest ESG report showcases DFW’s Resiliency, Innovation and Leadership.

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Past ESG Reports

2020 ESG Report
2019 ESG Report