You Can Watch Planes Land At This Underrated Observation Area In Dallas – Fort Worth

For plane enthusiasts in the Metroplex, there simply is no better area to watch aircraft as they take off and land at Dallas – Fort Worth International Airport than at Founders’ Plaza. The plaza was dedicated in 1995 as a tribute to founders who together made the airport a major economic stimulus with an international presence. The airport opened in 1974 and today ranks 4th in the world in terms of operations and 11th with passenger traffic. Here’s why a visit here for a spectacular view of the airfields should be on your short list:

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Have you visited this one-of-a-kind spot to watch the planes take off and land? Even if you aren’t an airplane buff, it’s pretty cool to watch the system work – even if you just spread out a little picnic blanket to watch the action overhead!