More flights at once and less time for passengers to make connecting flights.
That’s what Dallas/Fort Worth Airport officials are planning for when American Airlines rebanks its largest hub airport later this spring.
And one graphic - shown above - illustrates what rebanking means for the airport that handles hundreds of American Airlines flights each day.
There will be two major peaks, one in the mid-morning and one in the mid-to-late afternoon.
“From a customer experience standpoint those peaks are going to be a challenge and that’s why we’re working with American so the customer experience is not negatively impacted during those periods,” said DFW Airport chief executive Sean Donohue at Thursday’s airport board meeting.