Dallas Love Field

Dallas Love Field Your neighborhood airport! The City of Dallas owns and operates Dallas Love Field, one of the finest general-purpose airports in the world. The airfield is located seven miles northwest of the downtown central business district and is managed by the City's Department of Aviation.
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Dallas Love Field provides the best that can be offered in a convenient, efficient airport, serving both commercial airline and corporate user needs. Located in the heart of Dallas, Cedar Springs at Mockingbird, the airfield is 20 minutes from the Downtown Convention Center, West End, Infomart, and the Dallas Market Center.

Mission: It is the mission of the Department of Aviation to create innovative Airport experiences by promoting safety and comfort, valuing our employees, developing our facilities, recognizing our unique role in the Dallas community and contributing a positive economic impact.

Operating as usual

It's time to get rowdy, proud and loud Dallas Mavericks fans! Next time you're in Garage C, stop by the second floor for...
12/23/2020

It's time to get rowdy, proud and loud Dallas Mavericks fans! Next time you're in Garage C, stop by the second floor for a look at our Maverick spirit.

Merry Christmas from our very own Santa, Mr. Jim Jenkins! He's been growing his epic beard all year to make the perfect ...
12/23/2020

Merry Christmas from our very own Santa, Mr. Jim Jenkins! He's been growing his epic beard all year to make the perfect Santa - he's even had little travelers drop of their Christmas lists to him!

Mr. Jim is one of DAL's Love Helpers, a group of volunteers who assist travelers in the terminal. Be sure to give him a wave if you're traveling over the next few days.

Garage A will close at 12 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 26, for cleaning. Those still parked in the garage at that time will be a...
12/22/2020

Garage A will close at 12 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 26, for cleaning. Those still parked in the garage at that time will be able to enter and get their vehicle.

“Easy and convenient! That’s what comes to mind when I park in the Dallas Love Field garage and walk just a few minutes ...
12/21/2020

“Easy and convenient! That’s what comes to mind when I park in the Dallas Love Field garage and walk just a few minutes to check in for my flight. I can drive my family in my own car and not worry about who’s ridden before me in a cab or rideshare vehicle.” – Juliette

Be like Juliette. Be #LOVEready.

ICYMI: Dallas Love Field has earned accreditation in the ISSA - The Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association Global Biori...
12/21/2020

ICYMI: Dallas Love Field has earned accreditation in the ISSA - The Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association Global Biorisk Advisory Council STAR Facility Program for its cleaning protocols, disinfection techniques and work practices in place to combat biohazards and infectious diseases.

Read more: https://bit.ly/2KdXlDy

“Love Field is super convenient. And when I drive myself, I don’t have to worry about the safety of my family in a rides...
12/20/2020

“Love Field is super convenient. And when I drive myself, I don’t have to worry about the safety of my family in a rideshare.” – Joan

Be like Joan. Be #LOVEready.

Stay safe when traveling, feel free to use one of our many hand sanitizer stations throughout the terminal. If you notic...
12/20/2020

Stay safe when traveling, feel free to use one of our many hand sanitizer stations throughout the terminal.

If you notice any issues with hand sanitizer stations, please give our Airport Operations Center a call at (214) 670-LOVE (5683).

12/19/2020
Water Refill Station

Don't forget, we've got water refill stations located throughout the terminal.

Travel in style while traveling safely. Mask up while in the airport! 📸: @kayliipayne
12/19/2020

Travel in style while traveling safely. Mask up while in the airport!

📸: @kayliipayne

“I’ve done a lot of airline flying in my 75 years, and Love Field is the most convenient and accessible airport I’ve eve...
12/18/2020

“I’ve done a lot of airline flying in my 75 years, and Love Field is the most convenient and accessible airport I’ve ever flown out of.” – Bruce

Be like Bruce. Be #LOVEready.

As travel picks up before the holidays, be sure to practice social distancing in the airport. Look for the red dots for ...
12/18/2020

As travel picks up before the holidays, be sure to practice social distancing in the airport. Look for the red dots for a reminder of proper spacing.

Not only are we celebrating Wright Brother’s Day – marking their monumental first flight – we’re celebrating the end of ...
12/17/2020

Not only are we celebrating Wright Brother’s Day – marking their monumental first flight – we’re celebrating the end of our Virtual Love Field 5K + 103-mile challenge!

It was a lot of steps and strides, but we made it. Be sure to tag us and Love Field 5K in your race selfies!

Be sure to arrive 90 minutes prior to your flight to ensure plenty of time to check-in and get through security.
12/17/2020

Be sure to arrive 90 minutes prior to your flight to ensure plenty of time to check-in and get through security.

12/16/2020
DAL Rewind

Time for a DAL Rewind with City of Dallas - City Hall! Go back and learn about how Love Field got its start.

Our team performs round-the-clock cleaning and sanitizing to ensure passengers remain safe. We're #LOVEready for your ho...
12/15/2020

Our team performs round-the-clock cleaning and sanitizing to ensure passengers remain safe. We're #LOVEready for your holiday travels.

The health of all travelers is important to us. Check your stats at the American Heart Association - Texas Blood Pressur...
12/12/2020

The health of all travelers is important to us. Check your stats at the American Heart Association - Texas Blood Pressure Kiosk, located near the TSA Security Checkpoint. Thanks to Paragon Healthcare, Inc. for making this possible.

Dallas Love Field remains a safe travel option this holiday season - given we all follow simple safety measures like wea...
12/12/2020

Dallas Love Field remains a safe travel option this holiday season - given we all follow simple safety measures like wearing a mask, washing hands frequently and maintaining social distance.

12/11/2020
Tree Lighting 2020

We may not be able to gather for our annual Tree Lighting Ceremony, but we can still spread the holiday spirit while apart. From all of us here at Love Field, happy holidays!

Wishing your family peace and light this holiday season!
12/10/2020

Wishing your family peace and light this holiday season!

It only works if you use it. Please wear your mask at all time when traveling with us. Help us slow the spread of COVID-...
12/09/2020

It only works if you use it. Please wear your mask at all time when traveling with us. Help us slow the spread of COVID-19.

12/08/2020
Spirit of Flight by Charles Umlauf

UMLAUF Sculpture Garden & Museum reveals the process and history behind DAL's Spirit of Flight sculpture. Thank you docent Tom Haider for sharing such great information with us!

Travel safely and conveniently by dropping your car off with DAL's valet before your next flight!
12/08/2020

Travel safely and conveniently by dropping your car off with DAL's valet before your next flight!

The taste of Italy has arrived at DAL - Maggiano's opened today in the terminal! The menu features baked pastas, grab & ...
12/07/2020

The taste of Italy has arrived at DAL - Maggiano's opened today in the terminal! The menu features baked pastas, grab & go sandwiches and filling salads.

The restaurant will be open from 11a.m. -5 p.m., with extended hours near Christmas.

We're celebrating 100 years of WRR 101, Texas' first radio station! Learn about the station's start as a fire and police...
12/02/2020

We're celebrating 100 years of WRR 101, Texas' first radio station!

Learn about the station's start as a fire and police dispatch network by visiting the exhibit, on display now in the terminal.

Dallas Municipal Archives | City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture

Dallas Executive Airport
12/02/2020

Dallas Executive Airport

The Dallas 99s (a division of the South Central Section of the Ninety-Nines, an international organization of licensed women pilots from 44 countries) recently completed a project at Dallas Executive Airport. On October 25th , 2020, the Ninety-Nines completed the over 80’ compass rose on the new, Taxiway C Run-Up Apron.

Visit ninety-nines.org to learn more about the rich history of Ninety-Nines airmarking endeavors.

Did you know that nearly half of American adults have high blood pressure?Take just 5 minutes for your health by using o...
12/01/2020

Did you know that nearly half of American adults have high blood pressure?

Take just 5 minutes for your health by using our new American Heart Association - TexasBlood Pressure Kiosk, brought to you through the generosity of Paragon Healthcare, Inc.

Read more at https://bit.ly/37mHzOI.

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Dallas Love Field!
11/26/2020

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Dallas Love Field!

Forget your headphones? Tech on the Go has fun options for the whole family!
11/25/2020

Forget your headphones? Tech on the Go has fun options for the whole family!

We've provided nearly 450,000 masks to travelers throughout the pandemic! If you are traveling this holiday season, reme...
11/24/2020

We've provided nearly 450,000 masks to travelers throughout the pandemic!

If you are traveling this holiday season, remember to wear your mask properly throughout your travel journey. Your safety is our concern, so help us keep the airport #LOVEready for all.

11/22/2020
Delta Airlines 2020

Happy Aviation History Month! Today we're featuring Delta Air Lines, the oldest of all the airlines that fly from Love Field.

Delta got its start as Huff Daland Dusters in Macon, Ga. as a commercial agriculture flying company. They later expanded to international mail and passenger routes before becoming the airline we know today.

In Flight, by artist Paul Marioni, uses 100% recycled glass and spans a 10ft x 84ft corridor. The artwork depicts four s...
11/19/2020

In Flight, by artist Paul Marioni, uses 100% recycled glass and spans a 10ft x 84ft corridor. The artwork depicts four species of birds native to Texas.

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History of Dallas Love Field

Dallas Love Field was commissioned on October 19, 1917, as a training base for the U.S. Army Air Service during World War I. The airport is named for Army Lieutenant Moss Lee Love, who perished during flight training. Lt. Love had no connection to Dallas, but it was the norm at the time to honor Army aviators who perished in flight.

After World War I, Love Field continued as a military air base until the City of Dallas purchased it in 1927, clearing the way for civilian use. Its first paved runways were completed in 1932 and commercial air service grew throughout the 1930s.

The airport played an extensive role for the military once again during the World War II years of the early 1940s and then saw expansive growth as a passenger airport during the post-war boom. By 1965, the airport had new terminals and its second parallel runway.

In 1964, the FAA mandated the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth come to an agreement to build a major airport to serve the entire DFW Metroplex. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport’s opening in 1974 came on the heels of Love Field’s busiest year to date in 1973 and was meant to effectively end passenger service at Love Field.

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Wanted to say thank you from the bottom of my heart to two employees at DAL today. We lost my son's blanket in the terminal and didn't realize until 5 hours later. When I returned to the airport to look for it these 2 guys spent 30 minutes looking for it and found it. They went above and beyond and so grateful to them!! Thank you!!!
Yesterday my wife and I came to Love Field to catch our return flight home to Atlanta. We were absolutely set back by the rudeness and overbearing attitude of TSA. Mind you now I said we're from Atlanta so we're used to rude people, especially TSA at Hartsfield International. We were completely caught off guard by it as everyone we had met in Texas was friendly and courteous. The attitude and treatment we received at Love Field was something we would have expected in Atlanta. While we had time to ask for a supervisor to air out our complaint, I opted not to as I'm not confident that we'd have gotten more than lip service. Oh well.
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RUMOR: Is it true you removed a statue of Texas ranger?
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So we took down the statue of the Texas Ranger because it was deemed "offensive" and replaced it with a rainbow pride monument. This is absolutely staggering. There is no middle ground left in the country. You could have replaced it with anything but instead went straight for the virtue signaling in order to placate rowdy masses. Congratulations.
Why doesn't Love Field, on their Facebook and Twitter page, post more about the history of Love Field? Maybe even post more about what is going on with the private FBOs? Include lots of pics? Maybe have a historical post, like, "In this day in Love Field history? "
It is pathetic that you kowtow to mob mentality so easily. I hope I never have to step foot in your garbage airport. I also hope law enforcement remember this if your airport is ever in need of them.
but by all means let's take down the statue..... Meet Texas Ranger Captain Frank Hamer, 1884-1955. Hamer lived an incredible life and is one of the most famous Texas Rangers ever. Frank Hamer was one of the handful of men who killed Bonnie and Clyde in 1934. What may be less known about Capt. Hamer is the work he did to stop violence against African Americans in Texas. Hamer is credited with saving 15 people from lynch mobs during his career. He also stood with other Rangers in the stairwell of the courthouse in Sherman in 1930 holding back a lynch mob, personally wounding two of the mob leaders, before the courthouse was set on fire. In reporting the removal of the iconic Texas Ranger statue at Love Field in Dallas this week, the Dallas media deceitfully report that Texas Rangers “drove away” from the riot in Sherman in 1930. That is a lie, and the kind of reporting that makes so many people distrust the media. Frank Hamer was not, nor were any of the Texas Rangers, perfect - like Lincoln, Washington, King, or any of us - but the knee jerk removal of that statue was wrong.
I will never step foot in this terminal until the Texas Rangers statue is put back in its proper place.
PUT TEXAS RANGER BACK UP... You will not stay in business this way! LOVE FIELD PHONE NUMBER| (214) 670 - LOVE