With close-in general aviation airports under siege or gone altogether—think Santa Monica (California), Meigs Field (Chicago), Flushing (New York), Tampa Exec (Florida), Cincinnati-Blue Ash, and the list, sadly, goes on and on—it’s worth noting when a municipality regards such a facility as worthy of investment and growth. So hats off to Big D. Dallas is home to Love Field, the bustling, city-owned facility 7 mi. north of the city center and serving airlines and business ...


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