Staff Directory

Air

The Sky's No Limit

A variety of aviation service providers combines to make Fort Worth one of the nation’s most active inland ports.

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

Located halfway between Fort Worth and Dallas, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is the world's 4th busiest airport in North America offering 1,750 flights per day.  A truly world-class international hub, DFW International employs 305,000 full-time jobs with over 60,000 on-site employees.  From DFW International Airport, one can reach every major city in the continental United States within four hours.  In 2011, the airport handled over 57 million passengers, 5.5 million of those were international passengers.

DFW International Airport has earned the distinction of "Best cargo airport in North America" for 2010 from Air Cargo World. More than 60 percent of all cargo in Texas is handled at DFW, which can reach more than 50 million consumers within 24 hours by truck.  An average of 653,000 tons of cargo passes through the airport each year. DFW currently has 12 air cargo carriers serving 14 global destinations in Latin America, Asia, Europe, and Australia.

Alliance Airport

The world’s first 100 percent industrial airport, Fort Worth Alliance Airport, is located in north Fort Worth and offers a range of amenities for global customers, including an on-site U.S. Customs Clearance and Centralized Examination Station and the top-ranked Foreign Trade Zone in the U.S. in terms of the value of foreign goods admitted.  The facility features a 9,600-foot runway, with runway extension to 11,000-feet underway.  The two-phase project will allow loaded and fully fueled aircraft to fly nonstop to the most remote airports in Europe and Asia from AllianceTexas.

Meacham International Airport

 Fort Worth Meacham International places corporate business and general aviation travelers together right in the heart of North Texas - the City of Fort Worth.  Meacham Airport is a general aviation facility established in 1925 and is located just five miles from downtown Fort Worth.  The airport offers three full-service FBOs, aircraft maintenance facilities, flight schools, ASOS, on-site rental car services and hotel facilities minutes away.

Spinks Airport

In 1988, Spinks Airport, a general aviation reliever airport for the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex opened just 13 miles south of downtown Fort Worth.  The airport sits on 822 acres and offers a full-service FBO, multiple maintenance facilities, three flight schools, AWOS, car rental and hotels nearby.  An estimated $15 million in private hangar developments have been constructed since 2006.