16 May 2014
Passengers at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport were recently able to dine on traditional Asian cuisine during the first of four cultural exhibitions leading up to the inaugural American Airlines flights from DFW to Shanghai and Hong Kong on June 11.
American´s new routes to Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG) and Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) will connect both passengers and cargo between Dallas/Fort Worth and two of the world´s most productive financial centers.
Each exhibition features a main attraction representing Chinese culture. The first exhibition highlighted traditional food from the region, including vegetarian and soup dumplings. The next three exhibitions are scheduled for May 22-23, May 29-30 and June 5-6 from 2-4 p.m. at Gate D22.
Upcoming attractions include performances by musicians, a calligraphy artist, a martial arts troop and actors dressed in traditional Chinese dresses also known as qípáo.
Celebrating its 40th Anniversary in 2014, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is the world´s fourth busiest, hosting 1,850 flights a day and serving 60 million customers a year. Its website is at www.dfwairport.com.