For the first time Dallas Fort Worth International Airport is offering nonstop flights to Dublin, Ireland.
DFW Airport officials announced Tuesday that it will have nonstop to Dublin, Ireland and Munich, Germany, starting June 6, 2019, thanks to new service from American Airlines. This will be the airport’s third daily nonstop flight to Germany.
“These new flights will advance DFW Airport’s mission to bring more international passenger and cargo service to the Dallas Fort Worth region,” said Sean Donohue, CEO at DFW Airport. “DFW anticipates tremendous growth in the year ahead, and with nonstop service to Dublin and Munich we’re offering two great new destinations, more travel choices, business connections and opportunities for tourism.”
“We want to thank American Airlines, one of our city’s largest employers, for adding to our repertoire of international flights out of DFW Airport, the fourth busiest airport in the nation,” said Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price. “These additional flights to Dublin and Munich add to our ongoing efforts to promote tourism, expand economic opportunities and foster business relationships.”
“The new flights will help the Dallas Fort Worth region continue to build on the great business relationships we have with Germany and Ireland, which are already our 9th and 12th biggest trading partners,” said Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings. “These new flights are a testament to the strength of the Dallas Fort Worth business environment and an important economic gain for the region.”
With the new service beginning in June 2019, DFW Airport will have a total of 59 international destinations and 235 unique destinations. The new destinations will be DFW’s eighth and ninth European cities served.
Since 2010, DFW Airport has added a total of 21 new international destinations.