|TSA Screening for Kids:
TSA is required to screen everyone, regardless of age, in order to ensure the security of all travelers. Many Transportation Security Officers are parents themselves and understand travelers’ concern for their children. Security officers will approach children gently and treat them with respect. If a child becomes uncomfortable or upset, security officers will consult parents about the best way to relieve the child's concern. Learn more here...
Aquafina Junior Flyers Club at DFW Airport
The Aquafina Junior Flyers Club provides a kid-friendly play area for our littlest passengers! At each of these locations, you can let your little one work off some energy before your flight. The clubs’ playscapes include soft, foam areas with cars, planes and more that kids can crawl on. We ask that children be supervised by an adult at all times, so there’s even a seating area for our “big kid” passengers, too.
Terminal and Gate Locations include:
Terminal A – Gate A13
Terminal B – Gate B12
Terminal C – Gate C14
Terminal D Family-Friendly Facilities and Entertainment
Inside Terminal D you’ll find the McDonald’s Play area near Gate D33 and the DFW Children’s Play area near gate D10. Both areas provide a space specifically designed with your little one in mind.
Have a longer block of time between flights? Check out the DFW Airport walking path. The path, which is endorsed by the American Heart Association, was designed to provide you with the option to remain active while on the go. The path measures seven-tenths of a mile and is aligned with DFW Airport’s Art Program floor medallions. The course includes informational signage between each of the twelve medallions and stretches between gates D6 and D40. Want to up the ante? Add in the two additional 55-foot high staircases that lead up to the Skylink stations.
DFW Airport Travel Lounges and Theater
Recharge at one of the Airport’s many complimentary travel lounges between flights. The lounges offer a welcome setting, comfortable lounge and workstation seating and numerous power outlets. The lounges can be found insides Terminals A, B, C and E.
Terminal A – Gate A29
Terminal B – Gates B8 and B28
Terminal C – Gates C8 and C27
Terminal E – Gate E8
Inside Terminal D, take advantage of ten flat screens, comfy seating and the full entertainment experience. Located at Gate D28 on the Upper Level, the DFW Airport Theater has three video feeds: CNN, TBS and Turner Classic Movies. Simply take your seat, plug in your headphones to the built-in audio jack and relax.
Healthy Options Abound at DFW Airport
Have some time before your flight and looking for a sensible dining option at DFW Airport? Click here
to view the healthy options available at concessionaires across the airport.
Additional Travel and Security Tips
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is required to screen all passengers, even the little ones, regardless of age. For the latest security screening information, how to travel with formula and other liquids for children and other helpful tips on clearing security smoothly, please click here
. Be sure to allow yourself extra time when traveling with a family and plan ahead by reviewing the Airport’s Security Tips
section on the website prior to your trip.
For additional information on the DFW Airport Art Program
, or to schedule a tour, click here
. Tours are free of charge, last between 60 and 90 minutes and cover a collection of over 30 pieces created by local, national and international artists.
If you’re visiting the Dallas/Fort Worth area, be sure to check out the Visitor’s Guide
for information on the two cities and surrounding areas. You’ll also want to take a look at the two on-Airport hotels, the Grand Hyatt DFW
and the Hyatt Regency DFW
Thank you for visiting DFW Airport. We hope you have an enjoyable experience while here with us. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Or, if you’re inside the terminals, just look for one of our friendly DFW Airport Ambassador’s. They’ll be wearing a hat and green vest and ready to answer questions or guide you in the right direction.