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DFW Airport

(Government)  
Airline - Aviation
2,500 - 5,000 employees  |  
Overview
Airport Administration
DFW is operated and managed by the Airport Board. This page provides information on the Airport Board, staff, and Owner Cities. Board meeting agendas for the current month also are available.

Airport Development
Companies interested in participating in development projects at DFW Airport will find helpful tools and information on this page.

Brand Guidelines
Creating a world-class brand is one of DFW Airport’s strategic priorities. The success of the brand depends on the individual efforts of each person involved in the creation of DFW communications. The Brand Guidelines provide consistent application techniques of the DFW brand identity so a strong, unifying image of DFW Airport is conveyed to the world.

Environmental Stewardship
Learn about DFW's commitment to Environmental Stewardship and Community Outreach projects.

Financials
Access DFW’s most recent financial reports. Please check this site often as additional financial statements are added frequently.

Publications
Check out the latest newsletters and publications released by DFW. Additional publications are added frequently, so be sure to check this site often.

Traffic Statistics
DFW Airport’s passenger, operations and cargo statistics are provided in an Excel spreadsheet format and are updated monthly. Annual statistics and archives of past years’ trends also are available.
Products
DFW Airport has invested $2.7 billion in its five-year Capital Development Program (CDP), which includes a two million-square foot international terminal with an integrated Grand Hyatt Hotel and the world's largest airport high-speed train, Skylink. Airfield, roadway and support projects to help maintain the entire Airport infrastructure make up the rest of the program. The CDP is expected to generate an estimated $34 billion impact on the North Texas economy and create 77,000 new jobs during the next 15 years.

DFW’s investment in the CDP will allow the Airport to capitalize on the projected growth in U.S. air travel, which is expected to increase from its current level of 650 million enplanements to almost one billion enplanements by the year 2009. International air travel is projected to reach almost 250 million enplanements by the year 2010.
Contact
PO Box Drawer 619428
DFW Airport, TX 75261