Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) will launch a major rehabilitation project May 24, closing part of its Runway 17-Center/35-Center (17C/35C) and beginning work on replacing the center third of the 13,400-ft. runway. DFW is replacing a section of the runway that measures 6,000 ft. by 50 ft., including the sub-base. The airport plans to keep part of the runway open for at least two months, which will allow the southern portion of the strip to be used during the day. Full ...

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