Dallas Love Field
More than 85,000 fans packed into AT&T Stadium on Monday for the College Football Playoff national championship game. But now, many of those fans are returning home.
After saying goodbye to the Wright Amendment back in October of last year, Southwest Airlines is adding more flights in and out of Dallas Love Field.
Winter weather, including the threat of ice, is having an impact on Thursday travel plans. The ice has made some roadways dangerous, but it is also slowing down air travel.
Parts of Love Field Airport are on a “security hold” Saturday night after getting reports of a suspicious bag.
Saying Southwest Airlines is neglecting workers and its customers, baggage handlers are bringing attention to the company’s slide in on-time performance as they seek a new contract.
North Texas does not get dense fog very often, so many people were shocked to see that it rolled into the area on Tuesday morning.
Ebola patient, Nina Pham, arrived in Bethesda, Md. At 10 p.m. Thursday night.
Few people may realize Dallas Love Field is 97 years old this month.
The end of the Wright Amendment will allow long haul non-stop flights will take off from Dallas Love Field starting Monday.
Both the Dallas Police Department and Federal Aviation Administration are talking to the owner of a five-foot drone that crashed near Dallas Love Field.
Passengers on a Southwest Airlines jet had to use slides to evacuate after the pilot reported an odor in the cabin, declared an emergency and safely returned the to Austin.
Dallas Love Field on Monday is unveiling some more new changes, part of the airport’s plan to renovate and upgrade the facility by October.