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Dallas-Fort Worth
International Airport

Gateway to the Southwest

  As the eighth busiest airport in the world,  Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport serves its metro area as a local, regional and international gateway, the southwest as a air cargo gateway and American Airlines as its main hub for Caribbean and international connections.    

 

 

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The Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), serving a large number of airlines and destinations, has five terminals lettered A-E with A, C and E on the east side and B and D on the west side, with short car-to-airline distances, but long connecting distances (aided by its SkyLink people mover).

American Airlines. American Airlines and American Eagle has its main hub here for Caribbean and international connections (see terminal map).

International Terminal D. Terminal D has facilities for processing large numbers of international and other passengers, many dining and retail stores and a large parking garage.

 
       
Ground Transport. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is served by Interstate 97 (International Parkway, a toll road), the Dallas Area Regional Transit (DART) by bus to downtown Dallas and downtown Fort Worth and the Trinty Railroad Express at it CentrePort/DFW Station via the Remote Parking and then terminal bus shuttles.
       
  Taxis and Rental Cars. Taxis and limos are available at the airport along with rental cars, the most economical way to get around.

Destination. This destination is itself well worth at least a layover mini-vacation on its own.

 
 
       
 

Accommodations. The Grand Hyatt DFW Hotel (see rates-low price guarantee) is located in Terminal D. A wide range of accommodations are available in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area.

US Non-Stop/Connecting Airports. The major US airports for non-stop flights to the Caribbean as well connecting service include Miami (American), New York (American, JetBlue, Delta), Atlanta (Delta with the world's largest hub), Chicago (United and American,) Los Angeles (United and American), Philadelphia (US Airlines), Houston (Continental) and Dallas Fort Worth (American, the most important Caribbean carrier, with its main US hub).

 
       
  Delays and Overnight Stays. Luggage and flights may be delayed so carry on an overnight bag with a day's necessities, including medicines, clothing and a bathing suit as well as reading material and snacks if desired.  
       

San Juan Airport | San Juan Cruise Port | Old San Juan | Tortola Airport
St. Maarten Airport | St. Maarten Cruise Port | St. Barths Airport | Anguilla Airport
St. Thomas Airport | St. Thomas Cruise Port | St. John | Saba Airport
Fort Lauderdale Cruise Port | Atlanta Airport | Dallas/Ft Worth Airport

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