Motor City’s airport is a major hub for Delta Airlines, and one of the airline’s gateways to Asia and Europe. With the completion of the McNamara Terminal in 2002, Detroit Metropolitan has led the way among U.S. airports for efficient design. On international flights, passengers can disembark from two aircraft doors onto dual jetbridges, not just one. Domestic arrivals are streamed directly into the terminal, while international arrivals head downstairs to a Customs processing area that can handle as many as 3,200 people hourly. Speedy, friendly service is a DTW hallmark, say many Detroit Metro veterans.