By Staff

DALLAS-FORT WORTH, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – DFW Airport officials announced on November 8 that they no longer accepting prepaid parking bookings from November 19 through November 27 in anticipation of high Thanksgiving traffic.

Officials stated that some limited spaces would be available on a first-come first-serve basis, but encouraged customers to take precautions due to the high traffic volume.

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Travelers are advised to arrive early enough to find a space or even navigate to another garage if necessary.

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Airport officials are also encouraging customers to take rail services into the airport.

“For those who do not already have a prepaid booking, also consider alternatives, like parking at a DART, TEXRail, or TRE station and riding the rail into the terminals,” DFW officials said on November 8.

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The airport is expecting heavy car traffic and limited parking to continue throughout the Holiday season, but has not announced any other changes so far. Staff