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Head outside and look for the passenger pickup sign. This is where all Uber driver-partners at DFW meet travelers for pickup.
Enter your terminal and door number so your driver knows where to find you.
The cost of an Uber trip to (or from) DFW depends on factors that include the type of ride you request, the estimated length and duration of the trip, tolls, and current demand for rides.
You can see an estimate of the price before you request by entering your pickup spot and destination in Uber’s price estimator above. Then, when you request a ride you’ll see your actual price in the app based on real-time factors.
Pickup locations may depend on the type of ride you request and the size of the airport. Follow the instructions in the app about where to meet your driver. You can also look for signs that point to designated airport ridesharing zones.
If you can’t find your driver, contact them through the app.
The airport code DFW is an abbreviation for Dallas Fort Worth, Texas, USA.
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport is the 4th-busiest airport in the world, based on aircraft movement. The primary international airport for the combined metropolitan areas of Dallas and Fort Worth, it is almost equidistant from downtown Dallas (20 miles; 32 kilometers) and Fort Worth (23 miles; 37 kilometers), taking just over 20 minutes to reach the airport from both locations in normal driving conditions.
DFW is divided into 5 terminals: A, B, C, D, and E. Terminal D is the international terminal with 28 gates, although some international flights depart from Terminal A. DFW Airport lounges are located across all terminals. You can plan your trip using the information below.
Boarding for Dallas Airport international flights takes place between Gates D5 and D40. DFW offers nonstop flights to 57 international destinations. Terminal D is home to several international airport lounges, including those for British Airways, Lufthansa, and Qantas. In addition, it has an American Airlines Admirals Club. The terminal hosts the following airlines:
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport has an extensive selection of dining destinations across all terminals. With more than 100 dining options, travelers have their pick of places to grab food and drinks, including coffee shops, fast-food chains, and DFW Airport bars. Travelers seeking a meal with table service can opt to dine at one of the DFW Airport restaurants.
After clearing security, travelers at DFW can use Skylink, a completely automated, 2-way train system that connects all 5 terminals. Trains run every 2 minutes and can travel at up to 35 mph. Each of the 5 terminals has 2 stations, located in the following gate areas:
Additionally, before security, Terminal Link connects all terminals with a DFW Airport shuttle bus system.
DFW Airport hosts an art program that features works of local, national, and international artists, including sculptures, paintings, mosaics, and more. Most of these pieces are located after security in Terminal D and the Skylink stations. A play area nearby is for young kids; for older people, 2 gaming destinations (next to Gate 42 in Terminal B and Gate 16 in Terminal E) offer travelers the latest video games, complete with headphones and leather gaming chairs. Two hair salons are located in Terminal A and Terminal D.
Dallas Airport currency exchange offices can be found predominantly in Terminal D (International Terminal), near gates 11, 22 (outside security), 24, and 36. Another currency exchange is located in Terminal A near Gate 29.
Whether you have a layover or an overnight flight delay, or you need a place to stay for a visit near DFW, there are a number of hotels and accommodations nearby.
Find more information about DFW here.