Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport [DTW] — Ultimate Terminal Guide

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport

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Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) is Michigan’s busiest airport and is a major point for east to west U.S. flight connections.

DTW is the third biggest hub for Delta Air Lines in terms of passenger numbers, and is a hub for SkyTeam, with airline members Delta, Aeromexico, and Air France based in McNamara Terminal.

Quick Information

Airport: Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW)
Terminals: 2 terminals — North Terminal and McNamara Terminal
Airport Address: 11050 Rogell Dr. #602, Detroit, MI 48242
Distance from downtown Detroit: Approximately 22 miles (35 km)
Phone Number: 734-247-7678
Destinations Served: 140+ non-stop destinations
Number of Daily Flights: 1,100
Flight Information: Departures and arrival information can be viewed here

DTW Terminal Map

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport map. Image Credit:

Airlines Operating From DTW

North Terminal

  • Air Canada
  • Alaska Airlines
  • American Airlines
  • Frontier Airlines
  • JetBlue
  • Lufthansa
  • Royal Jordanian Airlines
  • Southwest Airlines
  • Spirit Airlines
  • United Airlines

McNamara Terminal

  • Aeromexico
  • Air France
  • Delta Air Lines

DTW Airport Terminals

DTW operates flights from 2 passenger terminals – McNamara Terminal and the North Terminal. These are located at either end of the airport and are not connected to one another.

John Dingell Drive runs between the 2 terminals for connections by car or bus, and the airport itself is accessible from I-94 and I-275.

North Terminal

North Terminal at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport
North Terminal at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport. Image Credit:

As the name suggests, the North Terminal is situated at the north end of the airport and is the smaller of the 2 terminals, consisting of Concourse D only.

Flights for non-SkyTeam airlines operate from 29 gates, numbered D1-D6, D8-D12, D14-D21, and D24-D32.

Ticketing and departures are situated on the upper level and arrivals and transportation services on the lower level. The Lufthansa lounges are located in the North Terminal, along with a Freedom Center for the military.

Passengers can access the Big Blue Deck parking garage via the bridge from the upper level, along with other ground transportation services.

McNamara Terminal

McNamara Terminal at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport
McNamara Terminal at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport. Image Credit:

McNamara is the larger of the 2 terminals, consisting of 3 concourses – A, B, and C – where SkyTeam airlines Aeromexico, Delta, and Air France operate from. The terminal is at the southern end of the airport with parking just outside and roadways to John Dingell Drive for inter-terminal connections or onward travel.

Outside the secure area, McNamara Terminal has a central link area with a few shops, cafes, and restaurants, the ticketing lobby on level 3, and the Westin Hotel on the lower level.

General passengers can choose between 2 security checkpoints (1 on level 2 and 1 on level 3) to pass through into Concourse A. Hotel guests have access to a security checkpoint exclusively for passengers staying at the Westin Hotel.

Concourse A

Concourse A is a mile-long concourse with 62 gates numbered A2-A12, A15, A17-A21, A23-A25, A27-A31, A33-A36, A38, A40, A43, A45-47, A49-A51, A53-A57, A59-A61, and A63-A78. Passengers can walk between gates via the moving walkways or can ride the Express Tram.

The Express Tram is elevated inside the concourse, providing views of the departure gates and terminal facilities during the journey. 3 stations are situated along the concourse for easy access to the departure gates:

  • Terminal Station: centrally located for access to gates A29-A55
  • South Station: access to gates A1-A28
  • North Station: access to gates A56-A78

Concourse A has a good selection of shops and restaurants, as well as 3 Delta Sky Clubs, located near gates A18, A38, and A68.

Concourse B

Concourse B is a joint concourse with Concourse C and consists of 17 gates numbered B1-B8, B10-B12, B15, B16, and B18-B21. To reach Concourse B, passengers need to walk through a tunnel between gates A38 and A40 in Concourse A.

Concourse B is to the left and has shops, restaurants, and a children’s play area at the far end.

Concourse C

Concourse C is accessible through the same tunnel used to reach Concourse B. Concourse C consists of 23 gates numbered C1, C2, C4-C12, C14-C16, C18-C25, and C27, with gates C1, C2, and C4-C7 located on a lower level.

The concourse has shops and restaurants, as well as a Delta Sky Club near gate C2.

Inter-Terminal Transport

Terminal Shuttle Bus

Terminal shuttle buses are the only way you can travel between the 2 terminals, operating outside of the secure area. Shuttles depart approximately every 10 minutes from outside of the ground transportation areas, stopping at both terminals and the Westin Hotel.

Security and Customs at DTW

DTW has a total of 4 security checkpoints:

McNamara Terminal: 

  • Ticketing lobby, level 3
  • Level 2 bridge between the terminal and parking garage
  • Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport Hotel

North Terminal:

  • Ticketing lobby, level 2

Security wait times are available on the airport’s home page, but they are not specific to an individual checkpoint, only by the terminal. The airport does not disclose opening hours for its security checkpoints.

TSA PreCheck

There are dedicated TSA PreCheck lanes at DTW security checkpoints, and eligible passengers can utilize this service for expedited security clearance. The Terminal North lanes are open 4:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. and the McNamara Terminal lanes, 4:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.

DTW has a TSA PreCheck Enrollment Center located in the domestic baggage claim area of the McNamara Terminal.

Global Entry

There are Global Entry kiosks at DTW for eligible passengers who have successfully enrolled.

If you have submitted your application and need to arrange an interview, DTW has a Global Entry Enrollment Center in the North Terminal, open 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday-Wednesday and Friday, and 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. on Thursday.

Enrollment on Arrival is also available, so if you are conditionally approved, you can complete your interview on arrival at:

  • McNamara Terminal: booth 16, 9:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
  • North Terminal: booth 1, 10:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Hot Tip: For more information on Global Entry, here is a list of the most frequently asked questions about Global Entry along with our expert answers to help. 


There are dedicated CLEAR Security Program lanes at the McNamara checkpoints (excluding the Westin Hotel checkpoint). These are open daily 4:30 a.m. – 8:45 p.m. (north checkpoint) and 4:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. (south checkpoint).

DTW Airport Lounges

DTW has 8 lounges with only 1 available for passengers to purchase a day pass. The others are exclusively for premium cabin passengers or military personnel and their dependents.

LoungeLocationOpening Hours*Day Pass Fee Per Person**
Delta Sky ClubMcNamara Terminal, Concourse C, above Gate C2Mon. – Fri.: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Saturday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Sunday: 5:30 a.m. – 10 p.m.
McNamara Terminal, near gate A18Mon. – Fri.: 5:30 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Saturday: 7 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Sunday: 1:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.
McNamara Terminal, near gate A38Mon. – Fri.: 5 a.m. – 10 p.m.N/A
McNamara Terminal, near gate A68Mon. – Fri.: 5:30 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Saturday: 7 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Sunday: 1:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Freedom Center
(military lounge)
North Terminal, near gate D17Daily: 6 a.m. – 12 a.m.N/A
McNamara Terminal, Concourse A, near gate A43Daily: 6 a.m. – 12 a.m.
Lufthansa Business LoungeNorth Terminal, near gate D6Mon. – Sat.: 5 a.m. – 7.30 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. – 7.30 p.m.
from $31
Lufthansa Senator LoungeNorth Terminal, near gate D6Mon. – Sat.: 5 a.m. – 7.30 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. – 7.30 p.m.

*Hours are subject to change without notice. Lounge access may be restricted at times due to capacity.
**Day Pass for any passenger. Lounges marked as N/A only allow entry for eligible passengers in their premium cabins, frequent flyer programs, participating credit card programs, or military. 

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Priority Pass Access

Priority Pass holders can use their membership to access:

  • Lufthansa Business Lounge: Open daily Mon. – Sat.: 5 a.m. – 7.30 p.m. and Sunday: 11 a.m. – 7.30 p.m, located in the North Terminal, near gate D6

Find out more about Priority Pass memberships as well as the best credit cards for Priority Pass access.

Airport Dining and Drinks at DTW

DTW has 78 restaurants, cafes, and food stations. Before security, the options are minimal at both terminals, but once through security, the choice is extensive throughout all concourses.

See the range of restaurants available and their locations on the airport website.

DTW Airport Wi-Fi and Charging Stations

Free Wi-Fi is available throughout both terminals at DTW and can be accessed by selecting “Detroit Airport Wi-Fi” from the available connections. For Wi-Fi support, passengers can call 800-826-4646.

Charging Stations: Many gates provide power charging stations, but not all.

Hot Tip: Although DTW has free Wi-Fi, not every airport does. Here are the best mobile Wi-Fi hotspots, so you’re never disconnected!

DTW Airport Lost and Found

DTW does not have a central lost and found office, so you will need to follow-up with the applicable department, depending on where you misplaced the item.

  • For lost items at any of the security checkpoints, contact TSA Lost & Found at 734-942-3126.
  • For items lost on an aircraft or in the gate area, contact the relevant airline.
  • For items lost anywhere else on airport property, submit a claim to the WCAA Police.

Additional Airport Information

Information Services

Both terminals have airport volunteer stations where customer service personnel can assist. These are located in the central area of the McNamara Terminal and in the arrivals hall of the North Terminal.

Both terminals also have digital information directories for terminal information.

Children’s Play Areas

Children’s play areas can be found in both terminals, consisting of some small play structures.

  • McNamara Terminal: between gates B20 and B21 and near gates C6, A8, and A18
  • North Terminal: near gate D16

Hot Tip: DTW ranks as number 6 on the top kid-friendly U.S. airports, not just for its children’s play areas, but also as the airport has some kid-friendly attractions, such as a 39-foot wide water feature and 700-foot LED-lit tunnel that makes traveling between concourses an exciting experience!

Baby Facilities

DTW has 8 dedicated nursing rooms throughout the airport that require code entry (details to call for a code are outside of each nursing room).

  • McNamara Terminal: near gates A15, A25, A53, A63, and C2
  • North Terminal: across from gates D8, D15, and D24

Traveling With a Pet

Unfortunately, DTW doesn’t rank as one of the top pet-friendly U.S. airports; however, it does have numerous relief areas when traveling with your pet. These can be found at the following locations:

  • McNamara Terminal: 1 pre-security outside of the international arrivals area and 1 inside the secure area adjacent to gate A34
  • North Terminal: 1 at each end of the departures level curb (outside of security) and 1 inside the secure area across from gate D16

Duty Free

DTW has 2 duty free shops, 1 located in the North Terminal near gate D8, and the other in McNamara Terminal in the central link area shopping parade.

Smoking Areas

Smoking is only permitted outside of the terminal building in the designated smoking areas.


There is a religious reflection room within both terminals, located near D17 in the North Terminal and in the central link area of McNamara Terminal.


ATMs can be found throughout both terminals.

  • McNamara Terminal: near gatesA8, A20, A28, A34, A50, A56, A64, and A72
  • North Terminal: near gates D17 and D26, ticketing lobby, and arrivals hall

Luggage Storage

There are no luggage storage facilities at DTW.

Important DTW Phone Numbers

General Inquiries: 734-247-7678

Lost and Found (TSA): 734-942-3126

Paging — North Terminal: 734-247-1000

Wi-Fi Support: 800-826-4646

Parking: 800-642-1978

Travel To and From DTW

Transport Options


SMART: DTW is served frequently by 2 SMART bus routes connecting passengers to the Detroit area:

  • Bus route 125 departs from both terminals through to Congress and St. Antoine in Downtown Detroit
  • Bus route 280 departs from the North Terminal only through to Inkster and Ifo Garden City Hospital
  • Fast bus route 261 departs from both terminals with fewer stops through to Downtown Detroit

AirRide: Bus services depart from both terminals at DTW through to Ann Arbor.

SMART and AirRide services operate from the ground transportation center at the North Terminal and from the north end of the departures level at McNamara Terminal.

Courtesy Shuttles

Courtesy shuttles for the rental car agency, on and off-airport parking garages, or hotels operate from the ground transportation center of both terminals.

Taxis and Luxury Sedans

You can pick up a taxi from both terminals at DTW. From the North Terminal, they depart from the upper level of the ground transportation center, and from McNamara Terminal, taxis depart from the middle of the ground transportation center on level 4.

Ride Services

DTW has designated pick up areas for ride services, which are signposted once passengers leave the arrivals area. At the North Terminal, this designated area is located on level 1 of the parking garage and on level 4 of the parking garage at McNamara Terminal.

Directions by Car to DTW

Arriving From Downtown Detroit

From Downtown Detroit, take I-75 South and take exit 48 for I-96 towards Lansing. Merge onto I-96 West and then take exit 190A to merge onto I-94 West towards Chicago. Continue on I-94 until exit 198 towards Metro Airport. Merge onto Merriman Road for access to the airport.

Arriving From Ann Arbor

Take South State Street and merge onto I-94 East until exit 198. Merge onto Merriman Road for access to the airport.

Arriving From Toledo

Take I-28 and merge onto I-75 North to exit 20 for I-275 North. Continue on I-275 North until exit 15 for Eureka Road and then John D. Dingell Drive for access to the airport. 

DTW Airport Parking Information

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport Parking
Parking at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport. Image Credit:

Official Airport Parking

DTW provides short-term parking with the quickest access to the terminals along with more cost-effective long-term parking options. The McNamara and Big Blue Deck parking garages are located outside of the terminals, and the Green Lots are located a short distance from the North Terminal.

The Green Lots have no height restrictions, so vehicles exceeding 7 feet can use these parking lots instead of the covered garages. Courtesy shuttle buses transport passengers to and from the Green Lots with pick-up and drop-off from the ground transportation center.

Parking Fees

McNamara Short-Term Parking and Big Blue Deck Short-Term Parking (North Terminal)McNamara Long-Term ParkingBig Blue Deck Long-Term Parking (North Terminal)
0-0.5 hour: $40-0.5 hour: $40-0.5 hour: $4
0.5-1 hour: $60.5-1 hour: $60.5-1 hour: $6
1-1.5 hours: $71-1.5 hours: $71-1.5 hours: $7
1.5-2 hours: $81.5-2 hours: $81.5-2 hours: $8
2-3 hours: $122-3 hours: $122-3 hours: $12
3-4 hours: $163-4 hours: $163-24 hours: $16
4-5 hours: $204-5 hours: $20
5-6 hours: $245-6 hours: $24
6-7 hours: $286-24 hours: $26
7-8 hours: $32
8-9 hours: $36
9-24 hours: $38
24 hours max: $38

Green Lots 1 and 2 Parking Fees

24 hour daily: $14

Hot Tip: Airport parking lots have QR codes to scan to remember where you’ve parked and for directions to/from the terminals.

Pick-Up or Drop-Off Parking

DTW has 2 cell phone waiting lots — 1 located near the North Terminal and 1 located near McNamara Terminal. Family and friends collecting passengers can remain in their vehicles for free within these lots until they are called for pick-up outside of the terminal.

Passengers can be dropped off curbside outside of the terminals, or by parking inside the short-term parking lots.

Off-Site and Hotel Parking

DTW has reasonably priced daily parking compared to other major U.S. airports; however, off-site parking lots can offer even cheaper rates. Using a third-party booking site such as, passengers can book parking from $11 per day.

These off-site parking options operate their own shuttle services to/from the airport, so although they are located further away, they still offer a convenient alternative to official airport parking.

Parking for Passengers With Disabilities

Parking for disabled passengers is available in all parking garages and uncovered lots. High mobility vehicles (not exceeding 8-feet-2-inches) can be accommodated in designated areas of the Big Blue Deck and McNamara parking garages. Vehicles exceeding this will need to utilize the Green Lots.

Parking Contact Number

General parking inquiries: 800-642-1978

Car Rental at DTW Airport

Car rental services are available in the northeast corner of the airport along Lucas Drive, and passengers can ride a courtesy shuttle bus to/from the car rental center from the ground transportation centers outside of both terminals.

Passengers can call ahead to book a car using one of the available phones in the baggage claim hall.

Executive Car Rental is located off-airport property: 734-413-8300

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DTW Airport Hotels

Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport
Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport. Image Credit: Marriott

The Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport is on-airport property — located at McNamara Terminal — and has its own security checkpoint for passengers to use.

Other hotels start at 1.9 miles from the airport and range from 2-4 stars. Many of these hotels provide courtesy shuttle services to/from the airport, and passengers can arrange parking at some hotels for the duration of their trip.

DTW Airport Hotels — Sorted by Distance

HotelAddress and Phone NumberStar RatingDistance From the Airport (Miles)
Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport2501 Worldgateway Pl., Romulus, MI 48242


4McNamara Terminal
Delta Hotels by Marriott Detroit Metro Airport31500 Wick Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


Comfort Inn Metro Airport Romulus31800 Wick Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


Wyndham Garden Detroit Metro Airport9191 Wickham Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


Quality Inn & Suites Detroit Metro Airport9555 Middlebelt Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


Four Points by Sheraton Detroit Metro Airport8800 Wickham Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


Baymont by Wyndham Detroit Airport/Romulus9000 Wickham Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


Travelodge by Wyndham Romulus Detroit Airport9095 Wickham Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


Wingate by Wyndham Detroit Metro Airport9501 Middlebelt Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


Embassy Suites Detroit Metro Airport8600 Wickham Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


Detroit Metro Airport Marriott30559 Flynn Dr., Romulus, MI 48174


Extended Stay America – Detroit – Metropolitan Airport30325 Flynn Dr., Romulus, MI 48174


Clarion Hotel Detroit Metro Airport8600 Merriman Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


Howard Johnson by Wyndham Romulus Detroit Metro Airport31119 Flynn Dr., Romulus, MI 48174


Courtyard Detroit Metro Airport Romulus30653 Flynn Dr., Romulus, MI 48174


Holiday Inn Hotel Detroit Metro Airport8400 Merriman Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


SpringHill Suites by Marriott Detroit8280 Merriman Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


La Quinta by Wyndham Detroit Metro Airport30847 Flynn Dr., Romulus, MI 48174


Magnuson Hotel Detroit Airport8230 Merriman Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


Hilton Garden Inn Detroit Metro Airport31800 Smith Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


Hampton Inn & Suites Detroit/Airport Romulus31700 Smith Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


Sheraton Detroit Metro Airport8000 Merriman Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


Holiday Inn Express Romulus / Detroit Airport7680 Merriman Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


Fairfield Inn & Suites Detroit Metro Airport Romulus7800 Merriman Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


Americas Best Value Inn Romulus/Detroit Airport7600 Merriman Rd., Romulus, MI 48174



Top 3 Hotel Stays Using Points

HotelAddress and Phone NumberStar RatingDistance From the Airport (Miles)Loyalty ProgramPoint Redemption Cost
Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport2501 Worldgateway Pl., Romulus, MI 48242


4McNamara TerminalMarriott Bonvoy30,000-40,000
Hilton Garden Inn Detroit Metro Airport31800 Smith Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


32.3Hilton Honors20,000-30,000
Holiday Inn Hotel Detroit Metro Airport8400 Merriman Rd., Romulus, MI 48174


32.2IHG Rewards25,000

Located conveniently within the McNamara Terminal, the Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport puts you nearby the Henry Ford Museum and downtown. The hotel offers a free shuttle between the airport’s external terminals, along with bypassing the long wait with direct access from the lobby to a private airport security line. Award nights at the hotel start at 30,000 for off-peak nights, 35,000 for standard nights, and 40,000 for peak nights.

The Hilton Garden Inn Detroit Aiport gives guests close proximity to the airport via a free shuttle, with the Henry Ford Museum, the University of Michigan, and downtown Detroit are all within a half-hour. The hotel features an indoor pool, fitness center, restaurant, and 24-hour snack shop. Hilton does not publish an award chart, but you can expect an award night at the hotel to cost somewhere between 20,000 and 30,000 points per night.

The Holiday Inn Detroit Metro Airport is located close to the airport, only 20 minutes from the heart of downtown, and close to attractions like the Henry Ford Museum, Greenfield Village, and Detroit Institute of the Arts. Amenities include an on-site restaurant, pool, and fitness center. Award nights at the hotel start at just 25,000 points per night.

Hot Tip: If you’re looking to top off your points to stay at any of these options, see our guides on the best ways to earn more IHGMarriott, or Hilton points.

Final Thoughts

DTW is a modern and easy to navigate airport. That said, the airport lacks a train line connecting the 2 terminals, so passengers must know which terminal their airline departs from. Terminal shuttle buses are frequent but are often not as convenient as hopping on a train.

The airport has some interesting features to keep waiting passengers entertained, including a huge water feature in the center of McNamara Terminal with water jets representing the lines of a flight map.

Passengers walking between Concourses A and B/C can also experience a colorful LED light display and music in the connecting tunnel.

Frequently asked questions

Why is Detroit Airport called DTW?

Detroit Airport is referred to as DTW as this is the official code used by airlines and air traffic controllers to identify a particular airport.

How long is Concourse A in Detroit?

Concourse A is 1 mile long consisting of 62 departure gates. Instead of walking the full length, passengers can ride the Express Tram from any of 3 stations along the length of the concourse.

What is the Detroit Airport address?

The address for Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is 11050 Rogell Dr. #602, Detroit, MI 48242.

Is Detroit Airport easy to navigate?

Detroit Airport is easy to navigate providing you know which terminal your airline departs from. The individual terminals have straightforward layouts and are well signposted for wayfinding.

What airlines are in McNamara Terminal?

The airlines that operate from McNamara Terminal are Aeromexico, Air France, and Delta Air Lines. These are occasionally subject to change, so it’s advisable to check the departures information on your day of travel.

Which terminal does Delta use at DTW?

Delta Air Lines operates out of McNamara Terminal at DTW from Concourses A, B, and C. The terminal also has 4 Delta Sky Clubs.

How far is Detroit Airport from Downtown Detroit?

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is approximately 22 miles (35 km) from Downtown Detroit, accessible from several bus services.

Does Uber pickup at DTW?

Uber does operate to/from DTW and has designated pick up areas that are signposted once passengers leave the arrivals area. At the North Terminal, this designated area is located on level 1 of the parking garage, and on level 4 of the parking garage at McNamara Terminal.

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  1. Larry Goddard April 1, 2021

    Is there a shuttle from McNamara Terminal concourse A to concourse B and C?


    • Hi Larry,

      Unfortunately, there is no shuttle between the Concourses in the McNamara terminal. There is a central tunnel that will take you from Concourse A to Concourse B/C and vice versa.


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