DFW to build, open Terminal F by 2025

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DFW to build, open Terminal F by 2025

Postby Greg on Tue May 21, 2019 6:56 am

Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) Airport and American Airlines have announced plans to develop a sixth terminal, providing a long-term commitment from the airline and opportunities for businesses and customers in the fastest growing region in the United States.

The plans call for DFW to invest up to $3.0 to $3.5 billion in terminal improvements, including the construction of Terminal F and enhancements to Terminal C. The identified site south of Terminal D provides significant flexibility for phasing in the number of gates for Terminal F, with a long-term projection of up to 24 gates, as demand for additional facilities is warranted.

Design work for Terminal F will begin immediately. DFW and American will explore several different options for the layout of the Terminal F site. DFW and American expect the details to be finalized as part of a new airlines lease agreement for DFW that is being negotiated. DFW and American anticipate the investment to be financed by bonds and repaid through airlines rates and charges over the life of the bonds.

Terminal C is one of the Airport's original terminals and opened in 1974. DFW and American plan to significantly improve the customer experience at Terminal C, bringing it in line with Terminals A, B and E, on which renovations were completed in 2018. Those renovations included redesigned check-in areas, larger security checkpoints, expanded concessions spaces, and improved lighting and flooring.

DFW Airport welcomed a record 69 million customers in 2018, and the Airport anticipates more passengers and air service to be added in the next two years than in the past two decades. In 2018, DFW announced 28 new destinations, giving it a larger domestic footprint than any other U.S. airport. Customers also have access to more than 60 international destinations from DFW, with double the number of European destinations and frequencies since 2015.

Over the past several years, American has expanded with additional DFW service, and by June 2019, the airline will operate more than 900 daily flights from the Airport. In total, customers have access to more than 230 nonstop destinations on American from DFW.

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Re: DFW to build, open Terminal F by 2025

Postby JGFrisco on Thu May 23, 2019 7:42 am

Not sure I like their comment that they don’t plan to build a parking garage because “travelers’ needs have changed”.

What that smacks of is trying to limit the spaces to drive the price up.

One of the best things about DFW is the convenience of parking. Having terminals where you have to ride the tram to get to them will put a big dent in that.
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Re: DFW to build, open Terminal F by 2025

Postby JGFrisco on Sat Oct 12, 2019 9:33 am

I saw this but don’t have a link...

They are calling it Terminal F Phase 1, but they are really just building four gates onto the south end of Terminal D. This work is already under way, and it will be similar to the row of gates between D and B.

One of the DFW Board members didn’t like calling it Terminal F, since it is not, and F isn’t even designed yet. But that’s the name of the project. The gates will be listed as D, not F too.
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