DFW International Airport will offer new flights to Dublin, Ireland and Munich, Germany, in 2019.
Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport will offer nonstop flights to Dublin, Ireland and Munich, Germany, starting June 6, 2019. The flights will be offered through American Airlines. This will be the airport's first nonstop service to Ireland, and its third daily nonstop flight to Germany.
"These new flights will advance DFW Airport's mission to bring more international passenger and cargo service to the Dallas Fort Worth region," DFW Airport CEO Sean Donohue said in a statement. "DFW anticipates tremendous growth in the year ahead, and with nonstop service to Dublin and Munich we're offering two great new destinations, more travel choices, business connections and opportunities for tourism."
From Europe, customers can connect at DFW to more than 90 domestic destinations in the Midwest and the western United States and more than 30 business and leisure markets throughout Canada and Latin America, according to a news release.
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