DFW AIRPORT (CBSDFW.COM) – DFW Airport announced changes Thursday to keep homeless people from spending the night in the airport’s terminals.
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In a statement, DFW Airport said, “From now on authorized users, including ticketed passengers, people meeting or assisting customers and employees are allowed at terminals and other airport facilities.”
➡️ Announcing changes to our airport access policy. pic.twitter.com/WEfR3zvPi6
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The airport said it’s not equipped to serve as a shelter, but will work with community partners to relocate the homeless.
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