Dallas Love Field is quickly becoming a battleground for low airfares and the consumer is winning.
An American Airlines jet with 183 passengers aboard returned to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport after flames were seen in one of the Boeing 757′s two engines.
This winter was the worst for fliers in the 20 years that the government has been collecting data, the Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.
After weeks of lobbying, Virgin America says it’s feeling the “Love.” On Monday afternoon, the City of Dallas announced that it is allowing Virgin America to use two gates up for grabs at Love Field Airport.
On Monday, the City of Dallas awarded the two disputed gates at Love Field to Virgin America Airlines.
The battle for two gates at Dallas Love Field could finally end on Wednesday. Three airlines are hoping to score those gates, and the Dallas City Council is set to discuss the issue.
Virgin America founder Sir Richard Branson knows how to attract attention. On Monday night, Branson returns to North Texas to hold a rally in Dallas to build support for the airline’s move to Love Field Airport.
American Airlines says it will launch daily, direct flights from Bismarck to Chicago and Dallas.
Virgin America on Friday announced new routes out of Dallas Love Field. But a consultant will tell city leaders on Monday that Southwest Airlines should actually get those gates.
Taking his cue from a watercannon spraying a Virgin America Airbus A320, CEO David Cush said, “We like to make a little bit of a splash.”
Virgin Airlines has announced plans to fly to several destinations departing from the Dallas Love Field Airport, in a plan to takeover the two gates currently used by American Airlines.
Virgin America announced flights from Dallas Love Field on Friday morning. The carrier will begin flying to four cities. The new routes start in October and tickets are now on sale.