About Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (airport code: DTW), usually called Detroit Metro Airport, Metro Airport locally, or DTW, is a major international airport in the United States covering 7,072-acres. Located in Romulus, Michigan. It is Michigan's busiest airport and one of the world's largest air transportation hubs.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport Facts
- Construction was completed in 1929, and the first official landing took place on February 22, 1930.
- The airport was renamed Detroit-Wayne Major Airport in 1947.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport Top Domestic Destinations
- (ATL) Atlanta, AirTran, Deltad
- (MCO) Orlando, AirTran, Delta, Southwest, Spirit
- (ORD) Chicago O'Hare, American, Delta, Spirit, United
- (LGA) New York La Guardia, American, Delta, Spirit
- (LAS) Las Vegas, Delta, Spiritd
- (MSP) Minneapolis, Delta
- (PHX) Phoenix, Delta, Southwest, US Airways
- (DEN) Denver, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, United
- (LAX) Los Angeles, Delta, Spirit
- (FLL) Fort Lauderdale, Delta, Spirit