Virgin America will begin service to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in December, challenging American Airlines at its hometown hub with service from Los Angeles and San Francisco. To a lesser extent, it also will face United Airlines on the routes. The San Francisco-based low-cost carrier says its twice-daily flights on Airbus A320 family aircraft will begin Dec. 1 from Los Angeles International Airport and Dec. 6 from San Francisco International Airport. In making DFW the 12th ...

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