Delta Air Lines will begin service this fall between its Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta hub and Dallas Love Field, using 50-seat aircraft to get around federal restrictions that prevent Love Field-based Southwest Airlines from offering nonstop service on the route. For now, restrictions under the federal law commonly referred to as the Wright Amendment restrict the states to which an airline operating from Love Field can provide nonstop service on aircraft configured with more than 56 seats. ...


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