Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is making significant progress on a major terminal-refurbishment program, and is also looking ahead to future growth needs. DFW is juggling the increasing demand for gate availability with the need to sequentially close parts of its terminals for construction, CEO Sean Donohue told Aviation Daily. Work is currently underway on three of the airport’s five terminals, as part of a refurbishment program estimated to cost $2.7 billion. Related ...

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