As with many of my other updates, DFW is one of the earlier terminals I drew, and was not as high quality as I wanted it to be. I’ve now redrawn it completely from scratch, and also captured some minor terminal construction that had taken place since my original drawing in 2015.
Paul’s maps, charts, and other travel statistics for the entire decade of the 2010s.
This past week, I took a trip to Tokyo via Dallas/Fort Worth. Since I just completed my Tokyo–Narita terminal silhouette yesterday, I used it to create a size comparison of the two large airports I visited on my trip.
Since Altus doesn’t have its own airport, I have to drive a ways no matter where I fly. I decided to try flying into Amarillo for one of my trips.
SPS was the origin of my lowest altitude “flight” – the flight was cancelled, so the airline booked us a taxi van to DFW instead.
An airport terminal silhouette for Dallas/Fort Worth.
Little Rock is not a bad airport to get stuck at for a few hours, as I found out returning from my first trip through it.
Orlando is one of my most visited airports, but something about it just doesn’t click with me.
The vast majority of my travel is within the United States, so Frankfurt remains the sole international airport in my flight log to date.
DFW is one of the first airports I became especially familiar with, and it’s now one of my favorite layover airports.