North Texans Flock To Airport, Fly Home For ThanksgivingNorth Texans are flocking to the airport, catching flights to holiday destinations across the country. Combine the big crowds with a travel alert from the US State Department, and it’s a good idea to allow for plenty of time.
North Texas Couple Grateful To Be Home From ParisAnd the couple's family is relieved to see them safe.
Man Sentenced To 10 Months For Disrupting Dallas-To-Phoenix FlightThe flight was back in January.
Irving Traffic Switches & Closures Begin For SH 183 ProjectThe interim phase of the project begins Sunday night.
Plane Flips At McKinney National AirportThe pilot was not injured.
DFW Airport Launches New BrandDallas Fort Worth International Airport unveiled a new look on Thursday morning.
Airlines Carve US Into Markets Dominated By 1 Or 2 CarriersThe wave of consolidation that swept the U.S. airline industry has markedly reduced competition at many of the nation's major airports, and passengers appear to be paying the price in higher fares and fees, an Associated Press analysis has found.
Tropical Storm Bill Causing Travel, Flight Delays Across TexasTropical Storm Bill has made landfall in south Texas and flights from Love Field are being affected after weather forced Houston airports to cancel more than 100 flights so far today.
2 Busiest Texas Airports See 13 Breaches To Security FencesAn Associated Press investigation found that people breached perimeter security fences or gates at Texas' two largest airports 13 times over the past decade.
Suspect Shot After Attacking TSA Agents At New Orleans AirportA terminal at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport was evacuated Friday night after a man with a machete attacked TSA agents and was shot by a police officer.
Weather Causes More Than 1,000 DFW Flight CancellationsThe latest the figures are 1082 departing and arriving flights were canceled at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport Monday.
AirTran Makes Final Flight, Ending 21-Year RunAirTran Airways has ceased to exist in an industry that has reshaped itself into something that would not be easily recognized when the Dallas carrier took its first flight about two decades ago.
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