Specialties Detroit Metropolitan Airport (airport code DTW) serves more than 32 million passengers a year. It has two terminals, the North Terminal and the McNamara Terminal. The airport is 20 miles (32 km) southwest of downtown Detroit. Although there is no rail service from the airport, there are plenty of rental cars, taxis, shuttles and buses available to points throughout the region including the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, only 25 miles (43 km) away. The airport operates continuous, free shuttle service connecting the two terminals. As a major hub for Delta Air Lines and the SkyTeam Alliance, DTW serves as the primary U.S. gateway for Delta flights to Asia. Together, 11 airlines provide more than 600 flights per day from DTW to destinations on four continents. The 400-room, AAA four-diamond Westin Detroit Metro Airport hotel is connected directly to the airport at the McNamara Terminal and, as part of a pilot program with TSA, allow registered guests to pass through security to enjo History Established in 1929 Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) first opened in 1929, and by 1968 grew to become the primary airport for all of Southeast Michigan. With the merger of Republic Airlines and Northwest Airlines in 1986, DTW became a global hub — a position further cemented following the 2010 merger of Northwest and Delta Air Lines. The airport has grown considerably over the years and has served as one of the leaders in U.S. airport technology and service. View a complete history of DTW at the airport’s website. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport Also Recommends The Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport 2501 Worldgateway Place Detroit, MI 48242 Category: Hotels “The Westin Detroit Metro Airport is directly-connected to the McNamara Terminal and one of the nicest in all of Southeast Michigan!”

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