Project Profiles

Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport Terminal F

Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport was the fourth-busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic in 2020. The primary international airport for the DFW metroplex, it is also the largest hub for American Airlines. To facilitate future growth, DFW International Airport is working with American Airlines to further expand by adding Terminal F, including up to 24 more gates.
General Contractor

APR Aviation Partners

Irving, Texas

Architect

HarrisonKornberg Architects

Houston, Texas

luis vidal + architects

Madrid

Subcontractor

Lasco Acoustics & Drywall, Inc.

Dallas, Texas

Supplier

ISC Building Materials

Fort Worth, Texas

Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport was the fourth-busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic in 2020. The primary international airport for the DFW metroplex, it is also the largest hub for American Airlines. To facilitate future growth, DFW International Airport is working with American Airlines to further expand by adding a Terminal F.

It is projected that Terminal F will provide up to 24 more gates, helping to address continued growth at the airport. This addition will accommodate a changing aviation industry, utilizing innovative technologies to move customers, maintain cost efficiencies and improve operational performance. Terminal F will eventually connect with Terminal D South, which was recently completed and provides a four-gate expansion to Terminal D.

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