Tag: Dallas Fort Worth International Airport
After more than 30 years of use at the world’s fourth busiest airport, Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) Airport's Runway 17C/35C was ready for a rehabilitation, becoming the first runway to be fully reconstructed since the airport’s opening in 1974.
Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport received a Letter of Intent from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) committing up to $180 million in Airport Improvement Program (AIP) grant funding for two end-around taxiway systems.
Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will begin a major infrastructure project to rebuild one of its busiest runways. The runway will be resurfaced with a polymer-modified high performance black asphalt, designed for strength, flexibility and weather resistance.
Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will rebuild and install new technology on one of its busiest runways thanks in large part to federal grant funds. DFW Airport has received two grants for airfield improvement from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) totaling over $52 million.