DFW Airport kicked off a major Terminal Renewal and Improvement Program (TRIP) in 2010 designed to extensively improve the DFW travel experience with enhancements to Terminals A, B, C and E and their parking garages.
You have probably noticed that the renovations are now in full swing in Terminals A, B and E. Below are details on what you can expect to see over the coming months as you travel through DFW International Airport. Thank you for your patience as DFW continues to (re)define world class by (re)defining your Airport.
Terminal A: Gates A8-A16 and A17-A23 are completed. Currently, gates A24 - A39 are closed for construction. Passengers may hear some demolition noise pertaining to the removal of the existing garage structure. A new enhanced parking structure will replace the existing garage.
Terminal B: Terminal garage parking for gates B1 through B11 is currently closed; however, the remaining two sections of the Terminal B garage and Terminal B Valet are open with ample spaces available.
Terminal E: Terminal garage parking for gates E11-E17 is currently closed. Terminal E roadways are also experiencing heavy traffic at this time. The roads at Terminal E will be reduced to one open lane on the upper level and on the lower level for a year. For travelers traveling out of Terminal E, please allow additional time to arrive early in time for your flight.
Please remember, throughout TRIP, DFW Airport Valet parking will be standing by with abundant space available. DFW Airport Valet offers ample space to accommodate passenger needs, convenient locations and 24-hour covered parking.
INSIDE THE TERMINAL
The following gates are currently being renovated:
See the new shopping and dining options that have recently arrived to DFW here.
- Terminal A: A17, A18, A24-A29, (various gates and concessions may not be in service throughout construction; please allow extra travel time for parking and travel distance to gates)
- Terminal B: B4-B11
- Terminal E: E11-E17
Please check here for current TSA Checkpoint locations and hours of operation.
MORE ABOUT TRIP
The majority of TRIP’s effort focuses on extending the life of the Terminals by replacing infrastructure and simply making it more efficient to park, check through security and locate your luggage. The plan incorporates new self-service technologies, enhanced stores where you eat and shop and make DFW Airport a more modern, more efficient and more exciting travel destination.
Another key project coming to DFW is the new DART Orange Line station. The Orange Line will run parallel with the Green Line through Downtown Dallas to Bachman Station in Northwest Dallas. From Bachman Station, the Orange Line heads northwest to the Las Colinas Urban Center in 2012 and to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in 2014. The station platform is located between International Parkway and the North Service Road near Terminal A.
To keep updated about TRIP, including closings, traffic delays and other project-related information, please contact us at email@example.com.