Spirit Airlines’ rapid expansion of service at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is opening markets that Southwest Airlines could serve nonstop from nearby Dallas Love Field when federal restrictions on service there are lifted in October 2014, an Aviation Week analysis shows. But Barry Biffle, Spirit’s chief marketing officer, says he is not concerned. “You’re talking two years from now, and it’s a big market,” Biffle says. “We’re only putting in enough service to soak ...


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