By Emily Davis
The Dallas Fort Worth International Airport received a Letter of Intent from the Federal Aviation Administration on July 27, committing to a maximum of $180 million in Airport Improvement Program grant funding for two new end-around taxiway systems.
End-around taxiways allow arriving aircrafts to taxi around the airport’s seven active runways, rather than wait to cross the runways as they do now. The taxiways enhance safety because they prevent runway crossings, reducing the risk of possible incursions, a DFW airport press release said. End-around taxiways increase runway efficiency and reduce overall taxi times for arriving aircraft, according to the release.
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