The new concourse extension at Terminal B contains a total of 10 new gates. The gates, numbered from B30 to B39, will be used to serve American Eagle regional jet flights. Meanwhile, Qantas has announced it will replace the 747-400s used on its Sydney-DFW service with Airbus A380s.

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Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and American Airlines have jointly opened the first renovated portion of DFW’s Terminal A, which features passenger-friendly improvements that include new and improved facilities for parking, ticketing, security and concessions.

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Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport will offer service to 200 non-stop destinations this summer, 52 of them international and 148 of them in the U.S. In reaching 200 destinations, DFW joins a select group of airports with that distinction.

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Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is beginning construction to add 54,000 square feet of “landside” interior terminal space in Terminal E, creating more room for ticketing, baggage claim, security and passenger services in areas before passengers pass through security checkpoints.

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