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All about: Detroit Wayne County Airport

Detroit Wayne County Airport serves the Michigan area. It's one of the United States' busiest airports with more than 30 million passengers per year. Travelers using the Detroit airport enjoy a range of services to keep them busy during layovers. It also provides them access to a number of airlines. Learn more about the parking and services offered by the Detroit airport -code DTW.

Terminal information and directions

McNamara Terminal and the North Terminal These terminals handle flights for the airport. North Terminal is the busier of the two handling flights with Air Canada, Air Tran, American, Continental, Frontier, Lufthansa, Royal Jordanian, Southwest, Spirit, United and US Airways. McNamara terminal houses Air France, Delta and KLM. John Dingell Drive Both terminals sit off John Dingell Drive and have their own parking garages. Reach John Dingell Drive by taking the I-94 to exit 198 and follow airport signs. You can also reach the terminals by taking the 275 to exit 15, heading east on Eureka Road and turning left on John Dingell Drive.

Airport parking

North Terminal parking The Big Blue Deck is across from the North Terminal. Rates in the long-term level are $2 for the first 30 minutes, $5 for up to an hour, $6 for up to 90 minutes, $7 for up to 2 hours or $10 per day. Short term rates are $3 for the first 30 minutes, $5 for up to 60 minutes, $6 for the first 90 minutes, $7 for 2 hours and $3 per hour after that with a maximum of $25 per day. There are also two lots (yellow and green) with free shuttle service that charge flat rates of $8 or $10 per day. (July 2011) McNamara Terminal parking McNamara also has long and short-term parking. Long-term rates are $3 for the first 30 minutes, $5 for up to an hour, $6 for up to 90 minutes, $7 for up to 2 hours and $3 additional for every hour beyond that with a maximum of $20 per day. The short-term parking costs the same but charges a maximum of $25 per day. (July 2011) Valet Parking If you prefer to let someone else deal with parking, valet service is available for $12 for up to 2 hours, $4 for each additional hour or $33 per day.

Airport services

Both terminals offer a range of services. As of July 2011, McNamara houses 32 stores and 37 restaurants and North Terminal has 11 stores and 17 restaurants. Both locations have multiple ATMs, foreign currency exchange, shoeshines, telephones and vending machines.

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