Detroit Metro Airport (DTW)
Airport Information

(Detroit, Michigan - MI, USA)

The 20th busiest airport ever built, Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) lies 20 miles / 32 km southwest of downtown Detroit and close to Romulus and Taylor. Today, passenger figures at Detroit's Metro Airport have never been higher and in just a 12-month period have exceeded 36 million, with continued growth expected.

Detroit Metro offers passengers a good choice of ground transport, linking the Dearborn Rail Station and also the city's historical Cultural Center Historic District, where many museums and art galleries are clustered. Regular airport buses are operated by SMART (Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation), which stop along the nearby outer roadway, close to the Smith Terminal.

Airport taxis and luxury sedans offer a convenient way to reach downtown Detroit and its many districts, These include the lively Eastern Market, the ethnic area of Greektown, the sprawling New Center and its many shiny skyscrapers, and the cultural Theater District, which is home to a high concentration of entertainment venues. Nearby Detroit Metro Airport, popular destinations include Ann Arbor, Livonia, Sterling Heights and Lake Erie.

About Detroit Tourism

A grand city with many top-notch attractions worth exploring, Detroit stands within the state of Michigan and is famous for its Motown music and car industry. Often known as the 'Motor City', Detroit's biggest attractions include the Henry Ford Car Museum, where many classic vehicles are displayed in all their glory.

Those flying into Detroit Metro Airport (DTW) will soon discover that the waterfront skyline is one of a modern city, dominated by a number of distinctive buildings. The gleaming Renaissance Center stands out as one of the most recognisable structures and is home to a huge shopping center, boasting impressive panoramic city vistas. Other notable attractions include the New Detroit Science Center, Comerica Park, the African American History Museum, and the Detroit Institute of Arts, where more than 60,000 art works are housed.

Hart Plaza is where much of the action is in the city and many local celebrations take place here. Detroit Metro Airport (DTW) can become extremely busy during the Labor Day Weekend in September, when thousands of people arrive to enjoy the live music at the Detroit International Jazz Festival, which is based around the Hart Plaza and completely free of charge.

Contact Detroit Metro Airport (DTW):
Address: Detroit, Michigan, MI, 48242, USA
Airport Code: DTW
Tel: +1 734 942 3550
Fax: not available
Email: not available
Detroit Airport DTW

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