Dallas Love Field Airport
Mandatory furloughs of air traffic controllers are affecting more than just passengers at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Love Field.
Travelers heading out this weekend to start the holidays face some cancellations and flight delays as conditions improve following a Midwest blizzard.
If you’re traveling in or out of Dallas Love Field Airport this holiday season, pay close attention to the signs. The terminal entrances are different, and the parking situation has changed.
With the East Coast battered by what was Hurricane Sandy, some of the nation’s biggest and busiest airports have been shuttered—with the ripple effects being felt across the globe.
A union representing about 8,500 ground workers at Southwest Airlines and the airline itself are asking federal mediators to break a standoff in contract talks.
Southwest Airlines Co. is raising fares on short routes by $10 per round trip, and other airlines are expected to match the increase.
Southwest Airlines officials say they are working to refund erroneous charges billed to customers Friday.
Three restaurants at Dallas Love Field will be permanently closed to make way for construction on a new lobby.
As it stands, loosened Wright Amendment laws have made life easier for Southwest Airlines passengers who fly in and out of Love Field Airport. Now the airline has their eye on the expiration of the amendment and an increase in business.
A new record set at Dallas Love Field Airport has the facility’s Federal Security Director concerned. Director Amy Williams said in April alone agents have found six handguns in carryon bags, at TSA checkpoints.