Notable leaders and everyday admirers gathered in Fort Worth Monday afternoon to say goodbye to a Texas legend.
James “Jim” Wright Jr., the former U.S. Congressman and Speaker of the House from 1987 through 1989, died Wednesday morning the age of 92.
Representing the 12th Congressional District from 1955 through 1989, Wright was at the center of several major Dallas/Fort Worth undertakings, including the Wright Amendment.
Southwest Airlines Co. has reached a deal to gain more gates at Love Field and expand nonstop service.
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.
As DFW experiences record-breaking business growth, new opportunities to grow in real estate also benefit.
History will be made on Monday morning, when the first non-restricted Southwest Airlines flight takes off from Dallas-Love Field Airport in conjunction with the expiration of the Wright Amendment.
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.
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.
In just 28 days passengers can fly non-stop at Love Field Airport.
Southwest Airlines officials broke champagne bottles over a newly painted plane as the carrier showed off its brand new look at a company event held on Monday morning.