Guarenteed not to disappoint you, DFW lives up to its name as one of the largest airports in the world. Because of its Central location in the US, its relatively warm weather, and the wide open spaces known as the Texas plain, DFW seems to be an ideal location to link your travel needs.
The airport consists of 5 separate terminals, with 4 of the terminals being dominated by American Airlines. Terminals A,B,C, and D are primarilly American, and terminal E is most other carriers. Terminal D contains all the international flights.
If you are travelling during peak times, please do give yourself at least an hour before flight time to get through security if you know what you are doing, or two hours if you are not a steady traveller.
DFW is the closest airport to Denton, and is easily reached by traveling south on I-35 to State Highway 121 and on to the airport.
From Dallas: Take Interstate I-35 to Denton and exit at Loop 288 (the Denton/McKinney exit. Dallas is around 37 miles southeast of Denton.
From Fort Worth: Take Interstate I-35W to Denton and exit at US380 which is the major east-west thoroughfare in Denton. Fort Worth is around 35 miles southwest of Denton.
The Denton Municipal Airport is only four miles from the downtown Square. DFW International Airport is only 10 minutes by air to the municipal airport or 25 mins driving.