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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

TRAVEL TIPS: Construction North of DFW Airport Entrance

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If you live in the metroplex, chances are that you've noticed the construction around the north entrance of the airport. It's all part of the DFW Connector Project; projected for completion in 2014.  But for those of you who are new to or just visiting the area, below is some helpful information for navigating the construction zone.

The takeaway for travelers using the north entrance?  DFW Airport would like you to remember: "Leave early. Fly happy."  They even created a fun video to illustrate that point.
 



STAY INFORMED ONLINE:
DFW Airport has a dedicated web site to keep travelers informed of the current construction around the airport, and the exciting changes to come with the Terminal Renewal and Improvement Program (TRIP).  Check it out here: http://www.dfwairport.com/redefine/

All the details about the DFW Connector project can be found here. 

DFW Airport specific information here.

Hoping your travels go as smoothly as possible!

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