Traveler’s Guide to Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport
Owned and operated by Wayne County, Michigan, Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is Michigan's busiest airport. The airport serves as a hub for Spirit Airlines and Delta Airlines; it is also the largest air transportation in the world. Located 20 miles southwest of downtown Detroit, some of the major airlines serving the airport are Air France, Air Canada Express, Delta Airlines and many more.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport Transfers
The airport offers all major car rental companies that offer services to and from the airport, the major companies are Alamo, Avis, Hertz, National and Thrifty.
A bus stop is located close to the terminals and the buses stop on the outer roadway near the ground transportation offices at the North Terminal.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport Amenities
The airport offers Wi-Fi service throughout the terminal complex so that you can stay connected with the outer world while waiting for your flight.
The airport has something for everyone, from local brands like Henry Ford, and Motown Music stores, to national brands such as Brooks Brothers, Erwin Pearl and the PGA Tour Shop, they have it all.
The airport also offers fast food and grab-and-go items and even fresh sushi and Asian cuisine.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport Parking
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport has one of the largest parking structures in the world; it has more than 19,000 on-airport parking spaces and has two covered parking garages and has a very fast and easy way of parking.