McKinney National Airport officials expect expansion at their facility to take off when the Wright Amendment expires at Dallas Love Field this fall.
Southwest Airlines says it will be offering four round-trip flights each day between Las Vegas and Dallas Love Field Airport starting this fall.
Southwest Airlines announced introductory fares of $99 or less on Monday to a number of destinations from Dallas Love Field Airport.
Southwest Airlines is counting down to the end of the Wright Amendment at Dallas Love Field. But some of the airport’s neighbors are worried about an increase in noise.
The battle for two available gates at Dallas Love Field will come to an end on Friday, and a source has told CBS 11 News that Virgin America is going to come out on top.
Virgin America has announced plans to expand its presence in the Metroplex by securing two gates at Dallas Love Field. Would you fly a Virgin America flight out of Dallas Love Field?
Virgin America has announced plans to expand its presence in Dallas-Fort Worth by securing two gates at Dallas’ Love Field Airport.
With the restrictive Wright Amendment expiring this fall, Southwest Airlines plans to start nonstop flights between Dallas and New York and 14 other cities.
Big changes are coming this summer to Southwest Airlines. Starting on July 1, the Dallas based carrier will be going international for the first time with flights to Aruba, The Bahamas and Jamaica.
On October 13, 2014, the Wright Amendment — a long standing law that has prevented airlines from offering non-stop service from Dallas to many American cities — will be grounded for good.
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.
Love Field security and Dallas Police are already discussing ways to continue to secure passengers in advance of the 2014 completion date of a new terminal.