In this article, we review which airports had the highest number of aircraft movements, based on the total number of landings and take-offs.
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The DFW Fire Training Research Center (FTRC) has trained over 38,000 students from 48 U.S. states and 52 international countries with an adaptable core curriculum that meets various requirements of airport regulatory agencies.
DFW and TSA are conducting a demonstration of a next-generation people screening scanner that can detect both metallic and non-metallic objects.
Dallas/Fort Worth and Winnipeg Richardson airports are to trial autonomous personal EVs to aid passengers with reduced mobility.
In this article we review which airports handle the largest number of passengers passing through their terminals each year.
All the apprenticeship classes will take place at DFW Airport's headquarters and will be offered at no cost to the employees.
Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport’s Fire Training Research Centre has provided groundbreaking aircraft rescue firefighting and structural training services in an innovative learning environment for nearly 25 years. Assistant Fire Chief, Randall Rhodes, reveals how a combination of research-oriented, multi-lingual curriculum, immersive digital activities, and practical applications stand students in good…
The commuter rail line which connects downtown Fort Worth to Dallas Fort Worth, which provides direct access to the airport, will be free to users until the end of January 2019.
Dublin Airport welcomes American Airlines’ announcement that it is to operate a new Dublin to Dallas Fort Worth summer service from June 2019.
Denver International Airport (DEN) will soon offer services to 200 destinations worldwide, topping the 200-mark for the first time in Denver aviation history.
A recent study at DFW’s Gate A28 and a nearby restaurant showed that View's Dynamic Glass significantly improved passenger comfort over conventional glass.
DFW received an Airport Improvement Program grant from the FAA totalling about $49.5 million for the runway work.
Work is expected to begin later this year and will finish for the summer season 2019.
The Transport Security Administration (TSA) will now trial new tech and solutions at Dallas Fort Worth International, adding the Texas airport to a growing list of innovation sites.