You can get airplane layouts for most scheduled commercial carriers online. You can get airport and runway layouts from sources like skyvector. The FAA US Chart Supplement gives the distance and cardinal direction the airport is from the center of its associated city.
As other posters have noted, the issue you will find is that aircraft try to always land into the headwind at the time. While crosswinds are acceptable to a point, tailwinds are avoided if possible. And, most runways can be used for takeoffs and landings from either end of the runway surface.
Just remember one thing about aircraft and airports. Getting an airplane onto a runway is a three step process. They are:
- Arrival to the area. This can be a simple decent from cruise or a charted arrival procedure.
- Approach to the airport. This can be a charted approach or an entry into a standard traffic pattern.
- Landing. This is a decent on final approach from the traffic pattern, circling approach or on the glideslope/glidepath of an instrument approach or VASI onto the runway surface.
All of these can be to or from different directions for the same flight. For example, an arrival from the East, to a Northbound approach, ending in circling the airport a half to 2 miles from the airport for a Southbound landing.
In the case of Dallas, the winds come predominantly from out of the South. So, aircraft will land from the North to the South. ATC will route all aircraft around the DFW airport to approach their landing airports from the North regardless of their origin or original heading. On the occasion that the wind is coming from out of the North (which is not as often as the South), ATC will reverse the flow of traffic to approach their landing airports from the South. I term it the “landing airport” because most of the airports in and under the DFW Class B airspace will take directions and follow the lead of KDFW, landing in the same direction to accommodate the very busy airspace (most, but not all of the time). Of course, the smaller and slower the aircraft, the tighter the route around the airport will be. Some routes (traffic patterns) will be less than a mile away from the runway of landing.