DFW Airport reopens Terminal E Satellite

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    Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport has reopened its Terminal E Satellite building with departures from Spirit Airlines, marking the first passenger service at the facility since 2005. The Terminal E Satellite underwent a modernization as part of DFW’s $1.9 billion Terminal Renewal and Improvement Program (TRIP), and it will house domestic airlines as renovation work gets underway on the main sections of Terminal E in the coming months. The Terminal E Satellite reopened with seven usable gates, and will ultimately have a full complement of nine gates.

    Spirit Airlines has temporarily moved its departures to the satellite starting today, and Spirit passengers are being advised to allow an extra five minutes to arrive at their gate. Next May, US Airways will join Spirit in the satellite as renovation work begins on the southernmost section of Terminal E.

    Read More: http://irvingblog.dallasnews.com/2012/10/dfw-airport-reopens-terminal-e-satellite.html/

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