Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) is an international airport in Romulus, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit, and is Michigan’s busiest airport. DTW is located about 20 miles southwest of downtown Detroit, MI and is a gateway into the Detroit area. There are two Detroit airports, DTW is the largest and the other is Detroit City Airport which serves smaller planes and helicopters. The Detroit, Michigan airport serves over 30 million passengers each year and is one of the world’s largest air transportation hubs.
Metro airport is the second largest hub for Delta Airlines, the largest air carrier in the world. With over 15 airlines, Detroit Metro offers service to more than 160 non-stop destinations around the world.
Detroit Metro has 6 jet runways, 3 terminals for passengers, and 145 gates. The McNamara World Gateway Terminal has domestic and international gates and provides Delta’s primary service to Asia and Europe as well as tourism in Detroit. The Smith Terminal is the other primary terminal used by passengers. The McNamara Terminal has an underground tunnel which takes passengers from one part of the terminal to the next. It can be a welcome change of scenery as you ride the moving walkway and listen to music and watch the colorful lights flowing on the walls of the tunnel.
Metro Airport in Detroit also has a number of restaurants and other amenities within the airport. If you need a place to stay during your layover or are in Detroit for an extended period of time there are plenty of hotels within close proximity to the airport. The airport also has onsite parking, shuttle services, car rental agencies, and public transportation options available.
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