I avoid DFW like the plague. Never been there, DAL yes.
A pretty dumb statement to say if you’ve never been there. You have no legitimate reason to avoid it like a plague.
DFW doesn't seem to handle weather issues all that well. And SkyTrain or no, it looks like a sprawled out mess to me. But thank you for inferring my illegitimate dumbness.
While DFW may be spread out, it is very easy to navigate and change terminals. Not so sure about Sprawled Out Mess - have you ever been to and have to change terminals at ORD, JFK, SFO, MIA, MSP, STL, SEA, EWR, IAH, BOS, LAS? I would put those in a sprawled out mess that are very hard to navigate before DFW. Most of the airports I listed started with 1 terminal, then they built another that was completely different in size, shape and dimension from the original. When the 2nd terminal was done, they built a 3rd that was completely different from the 1st and 2nd. At least DFW was built with a Master Plan on how Terminals would be placed and they all follow the basics of the master plan. Yes the International Terminal is more of a box C shape than the other terminal curved C Shapes, but the idea is there. From Satellite Views, you can see where they currently have parking lots and the master plan is for future terminals that are the C Shape. If they continue to go the direction with C shape Terminals or scrap it for linear terminals is yet to be seen. Yes the International Terminal is more of a box C shape than the other terminal curved C Shapes, but the idea is there. All I am saying is try the airport before you decide to ever use it.
I fly all the time and prefer smaller airports and direct flights. If I have to change planes and I am on AA I want DFW. If I am flying Delta I go to ATL. If I am on United, Denver it is. Southwest.... Well you chances of changing planes in a new city are pretty good and if time is not a factor, I am taking that change of aircraft in a city I have not been to in a while. Adventure of seeing something new is the best part of Southwest.
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