Dallas Fort Worth Terminal D

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Quick access to general information about the Terminal D at DFW Airport.

Terminal D

About Terminal D

Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) Airport is a major hub of American Airlines, the largest airline in the world. DFW Airport is also one of the busiest airports in North America. For this reason, it has been designated as a US Customs Border Crossing Point for international flights.

Terminal D at Dallas Fort Worth Airport is open to American Airlines and Southwest Airlines’ passengers and offers numerous amenities, including a restaurant and retail stores. The American Eagle area at Terminal D is designed for smaller aircraft that cannot fly from terminals A or C.

Security Screening Areas

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

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


Dallas Fort Worth Airport is the 4th busiest airport in the country, and Terminal D handles international flights. Some of the Airlines that operate at Terminal D are listed below:

  • AeroMexico
  • Air Canada
  • British Airways
  • Champion Air
  • Korean Air
  • Lufthansa
  • Mexicana
  • Sun Country Airlines


Dallas Fort Worth Airport Terminal D parking is located on the north side of the terminal and offers 2,900 total spaces. It has a convenient parking fee of $8 for the first six hours.


Dallas Fort Worth Airport has several airport lounges where travelers can go to relax, enjoy and get away from the hustle and bustle of the airport. A few of these include:

  • American Admirals Club
  • American Flagship Lounge
  • Be Relax
  • Centurion Lounge
  • Club DFW
  • Minute Suites


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

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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