Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport located between the major cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, United States. The airport is the ninth busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic.

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Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport located between the major cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, United States. The airport is the ninth busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic.


3200 E Airfield Dr, DFW Airport, TX 75261, United States


+1 972-973-3112


Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport has modern-style five terminals that provide all the facilities to passengers. Terminals offer the highest standard service to travelers. Staff within the terminal centers are very helpful, active and the process is fast and efficient. The inside of the terminal area is clean and offers an open and bright surrounding for travelers to relax after a long journey.

Prayer Facilities

Prayer room and mosque facilities are available at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport for Muslim ladies and gentlemen.

Halal Food

More than enough food courts are available at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Passengers have several options such as restaurants, cafes and fast-food outlets. No sufficient information on Halal friendly, alcohol free food at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. However Muslim diners better to inquire about Halal status of food before dine always or either can taste vegetarian food!     


Transport is not a problem at all here. Varieties of transport options are available at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport for affordable prices, and which are also fast. Travelers can easily get into buses or pick-up a car or taxi which can be taken from the area. Taxis are a popular - and also cheap - method of transport.


There are plenty of duty-free shops at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport to buy goods. Passengers may purchase the best perfumes and cosmetics, chocolates, bags, fashion items, sweets, eyeglasses, sun glasses and soft toys. There are varieties of shops including superstores, gift and crafts shops as well as clothing shops.


Almost all the facilities that are required by passengers are available within the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport including banking facilities, internet access, public telephones, cafés, restaurants, duty-free outlets, pharmacy, first aid service, dentist, conference rooms, multi-purpose meeting and event centre, wheelchair service, staff assistance, ATMs, luggage facility and post office. 

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  • Getting Married? - Who To Contact For Nikah services

    What Is The Meaning of Nikkah? Picture Credit -   Nikkah is the Islamic marriage ceremony that occurs between a Muslim man and Muslim woman, combining their lives as partners going forward. It is a personal contract as well as a social announcement of such a contract. Getting married is said to “complete half of somebody's deen” and is an act that is strongly encouraged by Qur'an and Sunnah. "And one of His signs is that He has created for you, spouses from amongst yourselves so that you might take comfort in them and He has placed between you, love and mercy. In this, there is surely evidence (of the truth) for the people who carefully think." - [Al-Qur'an: Surah 30, Verse 21] The Prophet Muhammed (saw) said: “Marriage is my Sunnah. Whosoever keeps away from it is not from me.” - [Sahih-Al-Bukhari]   Steps to Getting Married in Islam   The stages of a Muslim Nikah ceremony are as follows:   1. Consideration Picture Credit - This is the first step of a Muslim wedding. Usually, the elders in the family will seek a suitable partner for their children through friends, family, or marriage consultants. The proposal for marriage is then sent to either the bride or the groom's parents. Alternatively, a young man may approach the father or guardian (wali) of the woman he wishes to marry and ask for her hand.   “A woman may be married for 4 reasons: for her property, her family status, her beauty and her piousness in religion, blessed are those that marry her because of her deen (piousness).” - [Sahih-al-Bukhari & Sahih-al-Muslim]   Note: There is no intermingling of two non-mahrams or “dating” allowed before getting married. The bride and the groom are however allowed to meet and talk in a controlled setting with a mahram (father/brother/guardian) present.   2. Consent Picture Credit - The sought out party will then accept the proposal after receiving consent from the man/woman who is to get married. This is a very important step as there is no moving forward if there is no consent. Any conditions/ terms of marriage must be agreed upon before moving further as well (e.g. moving to another country after marriage, etc.)   Khansa bint Khidam Al-Ansariya narrated that her father gave her in marriage when she was a matron and she disliked that marriage. So she went to Allah's Apostle and he declared that marriage invalid. - [Sahih-al-Bukhari]   3. Nikah Picture Credit -   Then comes Nikah, which is the actual ceremony of marriage. There are few things that are involved in the Nikah being valid. They are:   - Mahr: The groom must present the bride with “mahr”, a marriage gift or dower. It may be in the form of money, jewellery, or other things of value, or even a simple act. There is no specified amount or description for mahr, it depends on different people and their cultures. Mahr may be paid upfront, promised at a later date, or a combination of both.   “And give the women (on marriage) their dowry as a free gift; but if they, of their own good pleasure, remit any part of it to you, take it and enjoy it with right good cheer.” - [Qur'an 4:4]   Sahl bin Sad (rali) narrated that the Prophet (saw) said to a man, "Marry, even with (a Mahr equal to) an iron ring." - [Sahih-al-Bukhari]   - Ijab-o-Qubool: Then comes “Ijab” expressing the willingness to get married and “qubool” acceptance of the offer. Qubool is usually granted by the wali on behalf of the bride. A written contract (Aqd-Nikah) is then signed by the bride, groom, and two witnesses of sane mind (two males, or one male and two females). The wali must also be present, otherwise, the marriage is invalid.   - Khutbah: The Imam (or any other knowledgeable Muslim) will then address the people gathered at the Nikah ceremony and the bride and groom with a sermon, most often about Islamic marriages and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (saw).   4. Waleema Picture Credit -   Once the Nikah is over, a wedding banquet called the “walima” is held by the groom. One of the main purposes of a walima is to let the community know that a marriage has taken place between two people, this is important as secret marriages are discouraged and a marriage is only said to be valid if it is made known.   The other purpose of a waleema is to celebrate with friends, family and loved ones. It is also very important that the poor people of the community are invited to the banquet along with everyone else. It is better when the ceremony isn't extravagant or wasteful, as the Prophet (saw) has said:   “The most blessed nikah is the one with the least expenses.” - [Al-Bayhaqi]   He (saw) also said: “The worst food is that of a wedding banquet (walima) to which only the rich are invited whilst the poor are not invited. And he who refuses an invitation (to a banquet) disobeys Allah and His Messenger (saw).” - [Sahih-al-Bukhari]   Narrated by Anas: “The Prophet did not give a better wedding banquet on the occasion of marrying any of his wives than the one he gave on marrying Zainab, and that banquet was with (consisted of) one sheep.” - [Sahih-al-Bukhari]   Where to Find Nikah Services Picture Credit -   There are many agencies around the world that provide Nikah services. Think of them as a matchmaking platform, only that these Muslim wedding services are completely Halal. Some of them exist purely offline, but most are taking their platforms online to keep up with the modern world. Of course, the process will depend on the particular country and the particular agency (even though the process of Nikah is well defined and exact, the process of finding a partner is not).   There are many places that offer Nikah services that do not include the process of finding a match but do guide you through everything else, i.e. registration, overseeing of the ceremony, etc. If you are unsure of where to go for Nikah services in your country, your closest mosque would be the best bet. Even if they themselves do not provide such services, they will be able to direct you to those who do.   Here are some places where you can find Nikah services and other useful information in a few countries around the world:   Singapore   Sultan Mosque (65) 6293 4405 / 6293 4043   Masjid Al-Islah 6312 5174   Online:   Registration of Muslim Marriages (ROMM) – Singapore Government   Nakkahwin - Malay Muslim Marriage Portal   WannaGetMarried – Chinese, Indian, and Western Marriage Portal   Malaysia   Masjid Wilayah 03-6201 8791/8767/8780   Online:   SingleMuslim   Find Your Muslim Partner   Indonesia   Masjid Agung Sunda Kelapa (Jakarta) +62 21 31934261   Istiqlal Mosque (Jakarta) +62 21 3811708   Sri Lanka   Wekanda Jumma Masjid (Colombo) 011 2320355   Online:   Sri Lanka Nikah Service   Nikah Lanka   India   Kathija Nikah Muslim Matrimony Services (Chennai) +91 9941697533 / 9941697956   Marriage Solutions (Delhi) 9868219296   Nikah Qubool (Bangalore) +(91)-80-23536177   Nikah Matrimonial Service (Mumbai) +(91)-22-23742687   Humsafar Marriage Bureau (Kolkata) +91 97484 33019   Hyderabad Nikah (Hyderabad) +91 1800 121 4787   Online:   Nikah In Kerala   Nikahnamah – Muslim Matrimonial   Rishta Matrimonial   Register Marriage   Taqwa Marriage   United Kingdom   Al-Ihsan Marriage Service (London) +44 20 7650 3026   Swansea Mosque and Islamic Community Center (Wales)   London Central Mosque (London) +44 20 7724 3363   Birmingham Central Mosque (Birmingham) +44 121 440 5355   Epsom and Ewell Islamic Society (EEIS) (Surrey) 01372 210 828   Leeds Grand Mosque (Leeds) 01132468789   Online:   Nikah Services   The United States of America   Frisco Masjid, Inc. (Dallas) (469) 252-4532   EPIC Islamic Center (Texas) 214 7443 786   Jamaat Ibad-ar-Rahman (North Carolina) (919) 683-5593   New York Qazi Office (New York) (718) 864-4803   Islamic Institute of Boston (Boston) 617-365-7427   IMAN Center (Washington) (206) 202-IMAN (4626)   Taqwa Islamic Center (California) (510) 894-4684   Canada   Masjid Bilal – Muslim Society of Cumberland (Ontario) (613) 841-0786   Winnipeg Central Mosque (Manitoba) (204) 783-6797   Australia   Auburn Gallipoli Mosque (New South Wales) +61 2 9646 5972   Hisham Obeid (Perth) 041 888 1321   Islamic Society of South Australia (Adelaide)   Mustafa Arja - Authorised Islamic and Civil Marriage Celebrant (Sydney) 0405 664 402   Worldwide– Online   Worldwide Islamic Marriage Bureau   Muslim Matrimonials   Muslim Nikah Services   Nikah Explorer   Way To Nikah  ...

  • What Facilities do USA's Busiest Airports Offer Muslims?

    The Unites States has long been a popular travel destination, being home to world-renowned attractions. With visitors coming from all around the globe, it is therefore no surprise that the county houses some of the best and busiest airports in the world. Here’s a look at the top 5 of the United States’ busiest airports and what airport facilities for Muslims are available at airports in USA. . Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport First on our list is the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Not only is this airport the busiest in the United States, it also happens to be the busiest in the world. Located in Atlanta Georgia, the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport saw over 96 million passengers in 2014. The airport has 151 domestic gates, and 28 international ones. It therefore caters to the needs and wants of all passengers. Muslim travelers will be pleased to know that there are prayer facilities at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Muslim passengers can therefore offer their prayers at the interfaith chapel, which also holds Jumu’ah prayers every Friday. Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport . Los Angeles International Airport Los Angeles International Airport, or LAX saw over 70 million passengers in 2014. Serving the Greater Los Angeles Area and as a hub for major airlines like American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, and Virgin America, LAX is the United States’ second busiest airport. It connects 87 domestic and 69 international destinations, and houses 9 passenger terminals. Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Los Angeles International Airport . Chicago O'Hare International Airport Serving 153 domestic and 57 international destinations, Chicago O'Hare International Airport is the busiest airport in the world by number of yearly takeoffs and landings, and was once the busiest airport in the United States. Today, with a whopping 70,015,746 passengers in 2014, it takes the third spot in our line-up of the busiest airports in the USA. Airport facilities for Muslims at O'Hare International Airport include an interfaith chapel, with ablution facilities. Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Chicago O'Hare International Airport . Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is the primary airport that serves the Dallas–Fort Worth area, and is the fourth busiest in the country. It services 55 international and 147 domestic destinations, and is the largest hub for American Airlines. Muslim travelers in need of prayer facilities at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport can visit the airport’s interfaith chapel. Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport . John F. Kennedy International Airport New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport or JFK International Airport, offering direct flights to destinations all across the globe, is the fifth busiest airport in the Unites States. Handling over 53 million passengers in 2014, JFK offers a variety of services and facilities for Muslims, including an interfaith chapel, which can be found in Terminal 3 for passengers who require prayer facilities at John F. Kennedy International Airport. There is also one known Halal restaurant at John F. Kennedy International Airport. Eat & Go Istanbul in Terminal 1 is believed to serve Halal food. Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to John F. Kennedy International Airport  . Other airports that deserve a mention in this list include Denver International Airport; which is the sixth busiest airport in the United States, San Francisco International Airport, Charlotte Douglas International Airport, McCarran International Airport and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, which came in seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth places respectively.  ....

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