New concessions and a parking guidance system for Terminal D opened just in time for passengers traveling through Dallas/Fort Worth Airport for the holidays.
The airport said it expects 3.2 million passengers from Dec. 17 to Jan. 4, the busiest holiday travel season ever for DFW and a 2.4 percent increase from last year.
“As we wish everyone a happy holiday season and safe travels, we also want to show our customers the progress we’ve been making with our terminal improvements that are creating a better travel experience for everyone,” DFW Chief Executive Sean Donohue said.
Since the Thanksgiving travel season, the airport has completed a parking guidance system for the Terminal D garage that has green lights over open spaces and red lights over occupied spaces, making it easier for travelers to find spots.
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It also opened seven new concessions in Terminals A, D and E, including Wild Bleu Martini Bar, Genghis Grill, Lick and the NBC-5 Travel Store.
Porters will be available at parking garages at Terminals A, C and E for several hours on Dec. 20, 27 and 28 to help transport luggage. As part of its “Cheer Starts Here!” campaign, launched at Thanksgiving, the terminals have giant walk-in snow globes for photos.
The airport is in the middle of a multiyear, $2.7 billion terminal renovation program. This fall, it completed renovations at 44 gates at Terminals A, B and E and at checkpoints and ticketing areas.