DFW Airport officials have revealed plans for Terminal F and the reconstruction of Terminal C, with construction on Terminal F starting in 2024, according to a WFAA article which provides,
“Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport officials on Tuesday announced plans for a new terminal, called Terminal F, and the reconstruction of Terminal C.
DFW Airport CEO Sean Donohue announced the $1.6 billion Terminal F, which was put on hold because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The airport will start construction on the new facility in 2024 and aim to complete the terminal by 2026.
The new Terminal F, which will be located south of Terminal D, will feature a 15-gate concourse.”
According to DFW Airport CEO Sean Donohue, the new Terminal F will provide space for growth, accommodating up to 100 million passengers and benefiting airline partners economically, according to a Dallas Morning News article. They say,
“The new Terminal F would expand the airport’s existing 168 gates and give room to grow up to 100 million passengers in the next six or seven years, airport CEO Sean Donohue said while announcing the project Tuesday.
“It creates the framework of how we share the economic benefits of the airport with our airline partners,” Donohue said.”
The remaining $4.8 billion will be used for renovating and expanding the central terminal area, including Terminal C. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson praises DFW Airport for its extensive network and influence on business relocation.