If your planning a meeting or a family vacation, flying to Detroit is a great way to get here quickly and easily. Detroit Metro Airport (DTW) is a Delta hub that is a 90-minute flight — or less — away from 60 percent of the country’s population. All major domestic airlines, five low-cost carriers and several international carriers offer service from the airport.
Detroit Metro Airport was ranked No. 3 Best Airport for Shopping by 10Best and USA TODAY’S Readers’ Choice.
DETROIT METRO AIRPORT QUICK STATS
Annual Passengers: More Than 34 Million
Average Daily Takeoffs/landings: More Than 1,055
Average Daily Flight Departures: Nearly 530
Average Daily Seat Departures: 58,000
Non-stop Flights from 111 U.S. Cities and 16 Countries
Korea (South Korea)
Major Airlines Serving DTW
Delta Air Lines**
WOW Air (service beginning April 28, 2018)
Source: Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, metroairport.com
** Indicates nonstop international destinations
Detroit Metro Airport has two main terminals, McNamara and North. Both will offer your incoming and outgoing meeting attendees tons of customer conveniences and amenities. More than 100 shops and restaurants provide a wide variety, ranging from fast and convenient to more upscale. Extra-wide moving walkways, shuttles between terminals, two indoor, 200-passenger trams that transport guests within the McNamara Terminal and an on-site luxury Westin hotel round out the airport’s many services.
Detroit Metro Airport won a 2016 TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Favorites Award for U.S. Airports.