DFW will offer customers more destinations than ever in 2019, continuing its fastest rate of growth in the last 15 years. American Airlines is adding new destinations, increased frequencies and larger aircraft from its biggest hub. By adding a second daily flight to Paris and Madrid, American will provide DFW customers with more than 16 daily non-stop flights to Europe for the peak summer schedule.
DFW now connects to 186 domestic destinations – more than any other airport in the U.S., and the increased frequencies to Paris and Madrid offer more connections to other international destinations for travelers.
San Luis Obispo, California (SBP)
Glacier Park-Kalispell, Montana (FCA)
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (MDT)
Sonoma County-Santa Rosa, California (STS)
In 2018, DFW added 28 new destinations, including service to 20 domestic and eight international airports. DFW Airport now offers service to 248 destinations worldwide, including 62 international destinations. The Airport served more than 69 million customers in 2018, up from 66 million the prior year.