Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, located in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, is the hub for American Airlines and serves as a gateway for many flights into the United States from international destinations, as well as being a major connecting point for regional and domestic flights.


The Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport is located in both Tarrant and Dallas Counties, with the toll road that runs North and South through the airport being the dividing point between the two counties. Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport is bigger than the entire Manhattan Island, coming in at 17,207 acres of land, versus Manhattan at 14,478 acres.

Envoy has an industry-leading commuting policy offering four company-paid hotel rooms per month and schedule flexibility six times per rolling 12-month period, if you have difficulty during your commute.

About the Hub

Why DFW?

  • Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW) is the most popular hub in Envoy Virtual, with an exponentially higher number of members than the other hubs.
  • The Dallas/Ft. Worth hub offers the biggest number of destinations regionally and also internationally, whether it be regionally, domestically, or internationally.
  • Like to plane spot? The DFW Airport has an area just for you! On the west side of the airport, to the left of runways 18L/36R and 18R/36L, there is an area for plane spotters known as Founders Plaza. This is a popular attraction among aviation geeks.
  • Want to know more about the DFW Airport, or Dallas/Ft. Worth in general? Read more at https://www.visitdallas.com for more information about the city. For more information about the airport, visit https://www.dfwairport.com.

Screenshots of the DFW Hub

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