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Dallas Love Field
Dallas Love Field, named after First Lieutenant Moss Lee Love, began as an Army flying field, in 1917. In 1929, the first passenger service was provided by Delta Air Service. This northwest Dallas Air Field was used for flight training, during World War II, by the United States Army Air Forces. At the end of the War, an additional runway and terminal was added and commercial flights resumed. The airport remained the main airport for Dallas, until the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport opened in 1974.
Dallas Love Field has been the headquarters for Southwest Airlines since they began flight service in 1971. Due to Southwest Airlines' success offering short flights, additional commercial airlines began offering flights from Love Field. General aviation is fully supported at Love Field, with seven fixed base operators. General aviators have everything they need for flight service, including hangar rentals, aircraft maintenance, chartered flights, restaurants and car rentals. While in Dallas, consider Best Western hotels for your lodging needs.
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