Repeal of the Wright Amendment, which limits air service from Dallas Love Field to cities in Texas and seven nearby states, would result in the loss of some 436 daily flights at Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport and a gain at Love Field of 251 daily flights, for a net loss to the Dallas metroplex of 185 daily flights, according to a study prepared for American Airlines by Eclat Consulting. "To the affected communities, the losses are qualitatively more damaging than the 'wins' are ...

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