Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
DFW Airport (IATA: DFW, ICAO: KDFW, FAA LID: DFW) is the principal international airport servicing the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex area in the United States. In terms of passenger volume, the airport was the fourth busiest in the world in 2020.
American Airlines, which is based near the airport, has its largest hub here. In 2020, it will be the world’s third busiest airport in terms of aircraft movements and the fourth busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic. It is the United States’ ninth busiest international gateway and Texas’ second busiest international gateway. American Airlines’ DFW hub is the world’s and the United States’ second-largest single airline hub, trailing only Delta’s Atlanta hub. Until 2005, the airport served as a hub for Delta Air Lines.
DFW, which spans parts of Dallas and Tarrant counties and includes parts of Irving, Euless, Grapevine, and Coppell, is roughly midway between the large cities of Dallas and Fort Worth.
With a land area of 17,207 acres (6,963 hectares; 27 square miles), DFW is the second-largest airport in the United States by land area, after Denver International Airport.
It has its own post office ZIP code of 75261, as well as a USPS city designation of “DFW Airport, TX,” as well as its own police, fire, and emergency medical services.