Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport now has the most domestic destinations out of any airport in the United States, surpassing Chicago O’Hare!
(Image by David Woo/Dallas Morning News)
After American Airlines launched nonstop service from Dallas/Fort Worth to St. Thomas (STT) on December 21, 2019, DFW Airport now has one more domestic destination than Chicago O’Hare making it the airport with the most domestic destinations.
Airports With The Most Domestic Destinations:
- Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW): 193
- Chicago O’Hare (ORD): 192
- Denver (DEN): 189
- Atlanta (ATL): 171
Including international flights, Dallas/Fort Worth received 25 new nonstop destinations in 2019:
|SBP||San Luis Obispo, California|
|SKB||St Kitts and Nevis|
|STS||Santa Rosa, California|
|SAP||San Pedro Sula, Honduras|
|SDQ||Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic|
|SGU||St. George, Utah|
|STT||Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands|
Future Destinations 2020:
|HHH||Hilton Head Island, South Carolina|
|TLV||Tel Aviv, Israel|
|AKL||Auckland, New Zealand|
(Image by Andy’s Travel Blog)
A majority of this growth comes from American Airlines/American Eagle, which currently has an 85% market share at DFW.
In terms of total destinations including international ones, DFW has around 260 while Chicago O’Hare has 270. Though, with the addition of Tel Aviv and Auckland so far, I wouldn’t be surprised to see DFW catch up.
Huge congrats to DFW!