Old Dec 22, 10, 8:42 am
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jpmcdonough
 
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Richardson, TX
Programs: LT AAdvantage Gold
Posts: 522
Good advice re the parking.

We are infrequent travelers these days, and use the Park and Fly lot on 635 at Royal. They're okay if you live east of the airport. If you can expense parking at the terminal, that would be better.

I would make a point of learning how to use the automatic notification features of your airline. DFW does have some weather exposure during t-storm season, and the possibility of fog in the winter. And of course, if it's icy, the whole city goes straight into the ditch.

And if you come in from the north end, allowing extra time for that construction project (the largest construction project currently under way in the US) is a must.
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