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NEWS Nov 10, 2022 Frontier to Launch Crew Base and New Routes from Dallas-Fort Worth Frontier is launching a new crew base at Dallas Forth Worth. The base will allow the airline to launch five new routes and bring in upwards of 80 million dollars in economic growth for the region. Read More →
NEWS Aug 20, 2022 JSX Eyes New Service Between Dallas and Orange County Next month, United States-based carrier JSX will launch a route between Dallas and Orange County, California, to add to its network. Currently, JSX serves both destinations from other US cities; the pair will now receive a daily route using private terminals at each airport. JSX will begin service on September 29th from its Dallas Love Field (DAL) base to John Wayne Airport (SNA) in Orange County, California. Read More →
NEWS Aug 11, 2022 Air India to Reportedly Lease Six Boeing 777s Air India is planning to lease six Boeing 777 aircraft in order to provide a more streamlined passenger experience, while potentially growing its North American network. This comes after videos posted on Twitter showing the interiors of some of Air India's Boeing 777s in an extremely run-down condition. Read More →
NEWS Jul 04, 2022 Wright Amendment Blues: Delta Wins Right to Stay at Dallas Love Field After Legal Battle This article is written on the recent Dallas City Council ruling that Delta will be able to operate out of Dallas Love Field for the next six years. The article also provides insight into the history of why this ruling is significant. Read More →
Mar 31, 2022 Qantas Adds Second Flight to Australia from Dallas-Fort Worth Qantas is returning to long-haul flights with a bang by announcing new service from Dallas-Fort Worth to Melbourne beginning in December 2022. The new ultra long-haul flight will make it easier for passengers outside of the U.S. West Coast to get to Australia's second largest city. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Feb 26, 2022 Southwest Airlines Considers DFW for Future Growth Low-cost carrier Southwest Airlines has a history of avoiding busier hub airports. Despite this, ever since the mid-2000s, the carrier has begun adding some of America’s busiest airports to their network. Comments from one of Southwest’s former executives revealed there could be more of these additions in the future, more specifically in their hometown of Dallas. Read More →
NEWS Feb 18, 2022 Iberia Airlines Announces Flights to Washington, Dallas, and San Francisco In this article, I analyze Spanish Flag Carrier Iberia's route expansion in the United States. Iberia has announced that it will launch a service between Madrid, Spain's capital, and Dallas/ Fort Worth. Iberia has also stated that they will resume services to Washington, D.C., and San Francisco from Madrid. Read More →
ROUTES Feb 09, 2022 American Airlines Continues to Delay Dallas-Tel Aviv Flights American Airlines has pushed back (again) one of its most exciting new routes: DFW to TLV. The route is now scheduled to start in June, almost three years to the day that the route was announced. Read More →
ROUTES Jan 21, 2022 Frontier Airlines Goes Head-to-Head with Southwest In a recent announcement, ultra-low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines revealed their plans to start flights to Chicago’s Midway Airport and Houston’s Hobby Airport in spring 2022. While citing lower operating costs as a massive benefit for the carrier, Frontier will be challenging rival Southwest Airlines on some of their most important turf. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Dec 26, 2021 The Wright Amendment: Wrong For Southwest With the Airline Deregulation Act being signed into law in 1978, many feared that Southwest’s new growth opportunities at Dallas Love Field Airport threatened the newly built Dallas/Fort Worth Airport’s dominance. The Wright Amendment, designed to restrict Love Field and Southwest’s growth, sparked an intense, decades-long debate that mixed business, government, and citizens around the cause to “Set Love Free”. Read More →