Questions about travel through Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (IATA: DTW) serving Metro Detroit, Michigan, USA as well as the Windsor, Ontario area in Canada. DTW is a major hub for Delta Air Lines and a key SkyTeam gateway.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (IATA: DTW), also known as Detroit Metro Airport, is a major airport serving detroit, michigan usa. Located in the suburb of Romulus, approximately 22 mi (35km) southwest of downtown Detroit, the airport has a large catchment area, encompassing eastern Michigan, northwestern Ohio, and southwestern Ontario.
DTW is a major hub of delta-airlines and a key skyteam gateway. Delta and other SkyTeam airlines, as well as virgin-atlantic, operate out of the McNamara Terminal, encompassing concourses A, B, and C. All other airlines operate out of the North Terminal, comprising concourse D. A free shuttle runs between the two terminals outside security, so transferring passengers must re-clear security to take their next connection.
The airport is most easily accessed by road, located just off of Interstate 94. There is no public transit into Detroit; SMART Bus 125 stops at the Ground Transportation Center in the McNamara Terminal, but only goes as far as River Rouge. For those headed for the University of Michigan or other points in Washtenaw County, the Ann Arbor airRide offers a direct bus service to Ann Arbor, also from the McNamara Terminal's Ground Transportation Center.