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  • 14 Sep 2017
    Fort Worth Star-Telegram

    Icelanders must really want to come to Texas.

    Icelandair announced Thursday that it will launch service between DFW Airport and Reykjavik next May, becoming the second carrier in less than two weeks to announce flights to the northern European country.

  • 14 Sep 2017
    Aviation Pros.com

    SSP America has been awarded by Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) a contract to develop an airside Flying Saucer Draught Emporium as well as an entertainment and bar concept called DFW Flying Square Live created in partnership with acclaimed restaurateur and Dallas Fort Worth native Shannon Wynne, owner of the legendary Fort Worth-based Flying Saucer Draught Emporium.

  • 14 Sep 2017
    Dallas Morning News

    Icelandair announced Thursday that it plans to start service out of DFW International Airport next May, giving North Texas travelers another option for nonstop flights to Reykjavik.

  • 13 Sep 2017
    Bloomberg

    At least four companies are angling for space inside terminals for a new generation of sleeping spaces dubbed cabins, capsules, and even pods. One of them, Minute Suites LLC, has retail sleep locations at airports in Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, and Philadelphia, with a Charlotte, N.C., location opening in December.

  • 06 Sep 2017
    Fort Worth Star-Telegram

    Starting in May, North Texans will be able to travel to Iceland for $99.

    Ultra-low cost carrier, Wow Air plans to launch nonstop flights from Dallas/Fort Worth Airport to Reykjavik, offering $99 one-way fares. The airline will also offer $149 one-way connecting fares to 22 destinations in Europe including Paris, Frankfurt, Barcelona and London.

  • 06 Sep 2017
    Dallas Morning News

    Iceland’s WOW Air plans to bring its cheap, no-frills fares to DFW International Airport next spring, giving North Texas travelers nonstop access to an increasingly popular tourist destination and a connecting gateway to nearly two dozen European cities.

  • 05 Sep 2017
    Fort Worth Star-Telegram

    Popular New York burger chain Shake Shack will open its first Tarrant County location next year, but you’ll need an airplane ticket to get to it.

    Shake Shack will lease a spot in Terminal C at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport that is scheduled to open sometime in 2018.

  • 30 Aug 2017
    Paper City Magazine-Dallas

    Two new restaurants will bring additional dining and entertainment options to DFW International Airport’s Terminal D next year. Upscale pan-Asian restaurant Shinsei and gastropub The Flying Saucer will open locations inside the airport in 2018.

  • 24 Aug 2017
    Eater Dallas.com

    Shinsei, the popular sushi restaurant from Tracy Rathbun and Lynae Fearing, will open its second outpost inside Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

    The Asian eatery will add to the dining options at DFW’s Terminal D.

  • Travelers run by Dunkin' Donuts in the newly remodeled Terminal E at DFW International Airport.
    24 Aug 2017
    Dallas Morning News

    After six years and more than 1.6 million hours of labor, renovations are finally complete on one of DFW International Airport’s oldest terminals.
    Airport officials unveiled the completed Terminal E on Wednesday, showing off an open and light-filled space that has been totally updated from the elevated ceilings down to the terrazzo floors.
    It brings to an end six years of carefully coordinated construction that renovated gates a few at a time, all while airlines continued operating flights.

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