Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport
Dallas–Fort Worth International Airport is the primary international airport servicing he Dallas–Fort Worth Metroplex. Dallas–Fort Worth International Airport operates and maintains its own police, fire protection, and emergency medical services. Dallas–Fort Worth International Airport currently has five terminals that contain a total of 175 gates. Transportation for travelers within the airport include a high–speed airport train system (Skylink) and a shuttle bus system that connects all of the airport's terminals (Terminal Link). Currently the Trinity Railway Express commuter rail line services the Dallas–Fort Worth International Airport at the CentrePort/DFW Airport Station south of the airport. Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) offers bus services to the Downtown Irving/Heritage Crossing Station and the Southwestern Medical District/Parklad Station on Bus Route 408 from the Remote South Parking Facility. As well, Bus Route 500 connects Terminal A directly with the CentrePort/Dallas–Fort Worth Airport Station to the south of the airport, and the current Orange Line terminus of Belt Line Station to the east of the airport. On August 18, 2014, Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) will open a Dallas–Fort Worth Airport Station, which will be located between Terminals A and B. This will provide direct rail service on the Orange Line to Dallas and Las Colinas (with a later extension to DFW North Station). The Dallas–Fort Worth International Airport currently has service to a total of 205 destinations as of January 2014. Dallas–Fort Worth International Airport also handled an estimated 60 million passengers in the year 2013.