Dallas Fort Worth International Airport

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport

Hands down the best airport in the whole of the United States. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world, ranking right behind Atlanta Hartsfield and LAX. Shared between the counties of Dallas and Fort Worth, the airport has 7 long runways to accommodate aircraft of any size. Although it has some general aviation traffic, most of the traffic at DFW airport is that of an airliner.

Only one FBO serves the corporate jet aircraft. The Corporate Jet terminal is conveniently located close to the Southside of the airport and to the highway 183.

For private jet hire to and from Dallas, Fort-Worth International Airport call Icarus Jet on (972) 364-1833 (24 hours).

KDFW – Dallas-Fort Worth International

  • Located in Dallas, TX, USA
  • ICAO – KDFW, IATA – DFW, FAA ID – DFW
Lat/Long

N32-53.8/W097-02.3

Longest Hard Surface Runway (ft)

13401 x 150, 17C/35C

Elevation (ft)

607

Runway Surface

Asphalt/Grooved

Fuel Available

AVGAS JET

PCN

 

Current UTC

11:12:10 AM (-6.00)

Local Standard Time

6:12:10 AM

Airport Restrictions and Information

CUSTOMS GA LANDING RIGHTS AD PPR

 

  Phone +1 972 456 2201

Fax +1 972 456 2202

ASOS   Phone +1 972 453 0992
TOWER   Phone +1 972 973 8630

Fax +1 972 615 2937

ATIS ARRIVAL 123.775 Phone +1 972 615 2701

History

Dallas and Fort Worth had their own Airports, namely Dallas Love and Fort Worth Meachem field. After numerous hurdles, the cities of Dallas and Fortworth with the help of the FAA received the funding and agreed to construct an airport that served both the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth. Wright amendment was signed into accord in 1979 and all direct flights with any airline operating from Dallas Love field were prohibited to operate out of Texas unless they stopped in a neighboring state. This measure was to protect Dallas Fortworth airport. The Wright amendment was fully repealed in 2014.

DISCLAIMER: All flights are operated by Part 135 carriers. Operators providing services for our clients must meet standards set forth by the FAA / EASA and relevant DGCA for safety, security and service. Icarus Jet does not own or operate aircraft under FAA Part 135 or EASA AOC. Icarus Jet is solely an Air Charter Broker.

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