Mandatory furloughs of air traffic controllers are affecting more than just passengers at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Love Field.
For travelers who frequent Dallas’ Love Field, the airport’s five year modernization project has, at times, felt like forever. Well, weary travelers: take heart. The end is in sight, and it looks good.
A series of automatic spending cuts set to take effect on March 1 could have a significant impact on Dallas-Fort Worth area airports.
Smoke and haze could be seen coming from Dallas’ Mockingbird Lane for most of Sunday afternoon.
Passengers and crew aboard a Southwest Airlines jet had to wear oxygen masks as the plane lost cabin pressure and safely landed in Dallas.
Members of the Tuskegee Airmen helped open a new exhibit dedicated to them at the Frontiers of Flight Museum at Love Field on Sunday.
Janice Fajobi is trying to get back to her home in Lafayette, Louisiana. With southern Louisiana under threat, it is not the best time to be traveling that way.
Southwest Airlines says it has begun filing refunds to customers who were accidentally billed multiple times for a single flight, after a half-price online ticket promotion backfired.
One of the most powerful senators in the country is taking action after watching a CBS 11 investigation.
Southwest Airlines Co. flight attendants are the latest group of workers to agree on how they will integrate their seniority with that of workers at AirTran Airways.
An electrical problem that overheated a computer is blamed for a small fire at the main Dallas Love Field tower that forced controllers to evacuate to a backup site.
Here’s what you missed Tuesday on the Jay Mcfarland show.