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ROUTES Feb 27, 2024 Delta Air Lines Adds Flights From Austin and Dallas/Fort Worth to Detroit for Total Solar Eclipse Delta Air Lines will offer special flights for astronomy enthusiasts interested in seeing the total solar eclipse on April 8. Delta will offer two flights that will follow the path of totality, traced on the Earth's surface by the moon's shadow. The flights will go from Austin (AUS) and Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) to the airline's Detroit (DTW) hub on April 8. Read More →
ROUTES Feb 02, 2024 American Airlines Announces Three New Destinations From Dallas/Fort Worth, Including Brisbane American Airlines has announced three new international routes from its largest hub: Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). The airline will now serve destinations in Australia, Brazil, and Mexico that are especially popular during peak travel periods. The new nonstop routes will connect passengers in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex to Brisbane (BNE), Rio de Janeiro (GIG), and Veracruz (VER). American will also reinstate a previously existing service between DFW and Kona, Hawaii (KOA). Read More →
NEWS Jan 11, 2024 American Airlines Flight Diverts After Passenger Punches Flight Attendant, Assaults Police Officers On January 3, an unruly passenger forced an American Airlines flight from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) to Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) in Montana to divert to Amarillo, Texas. The flight crew declared a Level 2 threat after reports that a man physically attacked a flight attendant. This incident forced American Airlines flight 1497 (AA 1497), which operates daily using a Boeing 737-800 aircraft, to land at Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport (AMA) at 2:20 p.m. local time. Read More →
ROUTES Jan 06, 2024 Air India to Dallas/Fort Worth? New U.S. Services in 2024 International Expansion Many people have been requesting nonstop service from Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) to India for several years. These years of waiting appear to have finally paid off. Recently leaked information suggests Air India intends to initiate service to DFW and six other international destinations this year. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Dec 04, 2023 New Data Suggests that Flying from Large Airports May Not Always be the Best Idea You may have noticed today that large airports aren't always the only option when flying into a major city. Indeed, secondary airports have seen a major rise over the last 20 years, and in this article we'll look at the pros and cons of flying out of these airports. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Nov 12, 2023 A Tribute to the Texas Raiders One Year Later The "Texas Raiders" B-17, owned by the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) started it's life as a Boeing PB-1 AWACS Registered as 44-83872 this PB-1W was among the last 20 B-17s built by Douglas under license with Boeing. It came off the production line in Long Beach, California on July 12, 1945 and entered service with VX-4, located at NAS Patuxent River in the United States Navy nine days later on July 21. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Oct 29, 2023 The Haunted Crash Site of Delta Air Lines Flight 191 On August 2, 1985, a Lockheed L-1011 Tristar operated by Delta Air Lines crashed short of runway 17L (now 17C) at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. The cause? Mother nature herself. The flight was a scheduled service from Fort Lauderdale to Los Angeles with a stop in Dallas. What was seemingly a normal flight would turn deadly in seconds. Read More →
ROUTES Sep 20, 2023 Flights to Aspen, Yosemite, and Alaska: Delta Air Lines Adds More Services to the Western U.S. It is always early enough to start planning your summer vacation. Even though the summer just ended, you can determine your summer 2024 travel plans with the help of Delta Air Lines. The airline announced several new routes to multiple U.S. destinations from its hubs. Read More →
NEWS Sep 12, 2023 American Airlines Fined $4.1 million in Breach of USDOT Rules Major US-based carrier American Airlines has been fined 4.1 million US Dollars by the United States Department of Transportation. Read More →
NEWS Jun 17, 2023 WNBA's Phoenix Mercury to Fly Charter Flights After Incident at DFW The Phoenix Mercury from the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) ran into some issues while waiting to board an American Airlines flight from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) to Indianapolis International Airport (IND) on June 10. The team was traveling to Indiana to play against the Indiana Fever on June 11, which the Mercury won 85-82. Read More →