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DFW International Airport plans to spend over $25 million to install specialized glass that will control heat and glare. By using dynamic glass technology, temperatures could be decreased by as much as 20 degrees compared to regular windows.
Code 3 Emergency Partners has opened a freestanding emergency room and 24-hour urgent care center at DFW International Airport. The 8,125-square-foot facility is the country's first fully functioning, licensed ER located on airport property.
DFW International Airport has announced it will add a new extended-stay hotel in Southgate Plaza. The hotel will be part of the Hyatt chain and have approximately 125 rooms. Construction should start in early 2019 with the hotel opening in 2020.
Alex and Marina Shumaiev love to take cruises. But they found many pain points in the industry that were screaming for innovation. That’s the genesis for CruiseBe, a one-stop platform that aggregates trip itineraries, travel blogs, & maps of cruise ships.
A Dallas brewery will say "bonjour" to beer drinkers this year when its products hit store shelves in France. Noble Rey Brewing Co. has expanded production overseas after connecting with French beverage retailer Neodif, the brewery announced Monday
Based on passenger surveys conducted by industry group Airports Council International, DFW International Airport won the top spot for best passenger experience of any large airport in North America for 2016 and is on track to improve its scores for 2017.
The U.S.'s largest duty-free store is now open at DFW International Airport. The two-story store is located in Terminal D between Gates D22 and D23. All the high-end retailers can be found there, from Armani and Estee Lauder to Johnny Walker.
Nearly 4 million international travelers went through Dallas Fort Worth International Airport last year, ranking it ninth among U.S. airports for total international passengers in 2016. At DFW, 37 international flights have been added in the past 5 years.
A whole world of cuisines lies behind the label “Mediterranean.” Dallas has dozens of Mediterranean grills and buffets, all subtly or markedly different from one another, because the term is frequently used to describe many different regions' cooking.
Many Korean companies, including Samsung, Hyundai and LG, have brought their offices and facilities to Dallas for their North American businesses. With its business-friendly climate and high quality of life, Dallas continues to attract global companies.
Taiyo America Inc. has opened an office in Dallas at Carillon Towers, the first step in the company’s plans to expand technical support and new business development into such areas as electric vehicles, robotics, virtual reality, and AI.
Quick Shop, on Coit Road in Far North Dallas, is no ordinary convenience store. It’s a South African shop, with an array of snacks, desserts, cured meats and frozen foods from South Africa, Kenya & other Commonwealth nations, including the United Kingdom.
Interested in visiting Iceland? Then get ready, as Icelandair service is coming to DFW International Airport. Service to Reykjavík starts next May, with four flights per week. Icelandair will be the 17th international carrier to serve the airport.
Ultra-low cost carrier Wow Air plans to launch its purple-planed flights from DFW International Airport to Europe and other destinations in May 2018. The Reykjavik, Iceland-based airline will offer flights from DFW to Keflavik International Airport.
Six high school students from Sendai, Japan, recently spent a week exploring the Dallas area. They checked out Toyota's new headquarters in Plano, Dallas City Hall, Globe Life Park, and the Sixth Floor Museum, to name a few of their stops.
"Business Insider" has published its list of “The Most High-Tech Cities in the World,” a compilation of 25 cities that are doing the best at using technology and creating opportunities for the development of new ones. Dallas-Fort Worth came in at No. 11.
Australia, Canada, South Korea, Italy, Japan, China and Qatar. Those are just some of the countries that have been added to DFW International Airport's global destinations lineup as the airport has bulked up its offerings over the past several years.
Dallas' Reel FX Creative Studios, the animation and film studio based in Deep Ellum, and whose work includes both commercial projects as well as films such as the award-winning The Book of Life, is opening a satellite office in Montreal.
Topgolf has inked a deal to enter its fourth foreign country, with plans to open multiple units in Canada. The Dallas-based entertainment company announced Wednesday a partnership with Cineplex, a Toronto-based entertainment and media business.
Visitors to the Perot Museum this week are among the first people in the world to lay eyes on a mineral that has a "cult-like following in the mineral collecting community," according to a press release by the museum of nature and science.
Fans of proto-pop art, pumpkins, and — perhaps most importantly — Instagrammable art are going to love what the Dallas Museum of Art is bringing this fall. One of Yayoi Kusama’s iconic “Infinity Mirror” rooms will be making its North Texas debut Oct. 1.
Dessert shop BingBox Snow Cream Co. is opening a Dallas location in September. The shop will have snow desserts, soft serve ice cream and fun drinks. BingBox Snow Cream Co. specializes in Korean bingsu, or a finely shaved ice that they call snow cream.
People around the world know Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper as the father of aerobics. But there’s another side to him: Ken Cooper, businessman. Yes, he’s still a physician first. But being a good businessman has been his great enabler.
The mayors of Dallas and Fort Worth will lead a trade mission to Toronto and Montreal June 11-16 to promote business opportunities, economic development and tourism and to reinforce the message that the region remains committed to free trade.
Peridot Coffee, located on Royal Lane in the Komart complex, is serving a game-changing "green tea flat" that combines coffee and tea. They serve a variety of other drinks - bubble teas, espresso, iced coffee drizzled with caramel - and more.
With a major Mexican art exhibition arriving at the Dallas Museum of Art, the museum has launched "Yo Soy DMA" to increase connections with the city's Latino community.
The Airport Service Quality Awards named Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport as the best large airport in North America for 2017. The survey covers 34 aspects of the travel experience, including food & beverage, cleanliness and technology.