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DFW Airport StationDFW International Airport, Terminal A
(2049 N. Service Road, DFW Airport 75261)

How To Ride DART To DFW International Airport PDF opens in a new window DFW Airport Station provides convenient access to DFW International Airport's Terminal A. A scenic walkway connects the station to the terminal (Terminal A, Lower Level Curb, Entry A-10). DFW Airport Station is served by DART Rail Orange Line trains.

Visit to find more information about traveling to and from DFW Airport.

DART Rail Schedules:

Orange Line

In the event of a rail disruption, DART bus shuttles will be available. Passengers should look for the red "Rail Disruption" bus stop sign located northwest of the rail platform. Refer to the map below for the bus boarding location.

DFW Airport Station
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Customer Features:

  • Passenger Shelters
  • Windscreens
  • Seating
  • Customer Information
  • Ticket Vending Machines
  • Walkway to Terminal A
  • DART will provide a concierge at DFW Airport Station on weekdays, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Popular Attractions and Destinations:

DART is connecting North Texas to the world with Orange Line service to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport the nation's third busiest airport with a rail connection to the city center.

Learn more in this special edition of Rider Insider:
Exploring DART: Popular Destinations
•  Ticket to Ride: Some frequently asked questions
•  Cleared for Takeoff
Next Stop: The World
DFW Airport Station adds another major destination to the DART Rail System - and it doesn't get any bigger or better than Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Now we make it easy for people to get to and from anywhere in the world.

Learn more in the DART Inmotion DFW Airport Station Commemorative Edition - August 2014 Issue

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Belt Line Rd. to DFW Airport (4.7 miles)
Opened: August 18, 2014
Station: DFW Airport Station

Inaugural Train on Friday, August 15, 2014
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Ribbon-cutting ceremonies on Friday, August 15, 2014
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Gary Thomas, DART President/Executive Director at
DFW Airport Station on July 9, 2014. DFW Skylink train travels above the station on approach to Terminal A.
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It's a short walk from the station...
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... to DFW Airport Terminal A
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DFW Airport
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DFW Airport
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DFW Airport Station
Walkway to Terminal A
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DFW Airport
Station Platform
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DFW Airport Station
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FTA Deputy Administrator tours new
DFW Airport Station (Feb. 6, 2014)

Federal Transportation Administration Deputy Administrator Therese McMillan speaks after touring DART's
new DFW Airport Station.

UPDATE: A (re)defined Terminal Experience From a Passenger's Perspective
See how passengers will use the new DFW Airport Station opening in 2014.
Video courtesy of DFW Airport

Click here to learn more about the Orange Line (Northwest Corridor) DFW LRT Extension including:

  • DART Orange Line DFW Extension (Irving-3) Final Environmental Assessment
  • Meeting Presentations
  • Northwest Corridor LRT Line to Irving/DFW Airport Final Environmental Impact Statement
  • North Central Texas Council of Governments DFW International Airport Rail Planning and Implementation Study

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