There aren’t many good places to grab some sleep, or just relax, in the bustle of a noisy airport. But now, there’s the new Minute Suites, which recently opened at DFW Airport.
American travelers aren’t cheap, according to a major survey by TripAdvisor, which says stateside citiznes are among the world’s top tippers.
Emergency crews in Fort Worth are still on the scene of an 18-wheeler crash along Interstate-35W, just south of Heritage Trace Parkway, in the northern part of the city.
A portion of U.S. Highway 75 in Dallas, between Northwest Highway and Knox Street, is set to be designated as the George W. Bush Expressway, pending the governor’s approval.
More Texas troopers will be on patrol over the Memorial Day weekend watching for speeders, drunken drivers and travelers who are not wearing seat belts.
American Airlines said Thursday that people carrying just a personal item that fits under the seat — no rolling suitcases — will be allowed to board before most other passengers.
U.S. airlines collected more than $6 billion in baggage and reservation change fees from passengers last year — the highest amount since the fees became common five years ago.
Construction continues along the LBJ Freeway in Dallas, and it could impact anyone planning to travel through the northern part of the city this weekend.
Anyone traveling in downtown Fort Worth needs to be ready for major traffic delays. Crews have shut down the West 7th Street bridge for construction work.
American Airlines said that traffic and a key revenue measure both declined in April. Passenger revenue for each mile flown by every seat on its planes fell 2.9 percent.
Twenty four thousand people applied to become the first flight attendants hired by American Airlines since 9/11.
A new way to get around town is officially breaking ground on Friday. DART’s new multi-million dollar streetcar line will link Union Station in downtown Dallas with the Oak Cliff area.