Dallas Fort Worth Terminal C

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Terminal C

About Terminal C

Dallas Fort Worth Airport is the third largest airport in the US and the sixth busiest airport in the world. Terminal C is home to American Airlines. In addition to being an active travel hub, it also has many other amenities like places to eat and shop. So it's no wonder that Dallas Fort Worth Airport Terminal C has been a popular place for Dallas visitors.

Dallas Fort Worth Airport Terminal C is one of DFW’s three terminals and serves as a major hub for American Airlines. However, Terminal C is more than just an airport terminal; there are restaurants, shops, and transportation options available on the premises. This makes it one of the most popular destinations for Dallas visitors coming through DFW Airport.

Security Screening Areas

The security screening areas are available at all the DFW Terminals:

  • TSA Precheck
  • Known Crew Members (KCM) Lanes
  • Automated Screening Lanes


Some of the Airlines that operate at Terminal C are listed below:

  • American Airlines


The Airport offers two types of on-site parking, short-term and long-term parking:

  • Short Term Parking: Available in Terminal C, the Short Term Parking area is located on all levels of the Terminal C Parking Garage.
  • Long Term Parking: The rates vary depending on how much time you will be staying at the airport but there are discounts if you


The Dallas Fort Worth Airport has eight different Terminal C Lounges.

All these lounges are located on the terminal’s third floor. The lounges do offer complimentary refreshments and snacks, but they are limited in selection. Purchasing any food or beverage requires a fee and is available at the bar or from the lounge attendant outside of the lounge.

Dallas Fort Worth Airport offers 8 different Terminal C Lounges located on their third floor which offer complimentary drinks and snacks. There is a limited selection of drinks and snacks that you can buy for a fee outside of the lounges


Many restaurants and outlets for coffee, snacks, and fast food are available at the DFW Terminal C

Between Terminals

Travelers at DFW have two choices to move between terminals:

  • Skylink: an airside association. Administration day in and day out. You can take the Skylink somewhere in the range of A13 and A16 and somewhere in the range of A29 and A34.
  • Terminal Link: Landside association. You can take the Skylink at section A10 serving Gates A1-A20 and DFW Airport DART Rail Station. Section A29 serves Gates A21-A39.
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