Dallas Love Field could prove to be a profitable market for Alaska Airlines if it keeps the gates Virgin America acquired at the facility after the Seattle-based carrier merges with San Francisco-based Virgin America. Moving to Love Field from Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) in 2014 was not a mistake, Virgin America CEO David Cush said at the Boyd International Aviation Forecast Summit in Olympic Valley, California. “If you look at the population center of the Dallas Metroplex, DFW is more ...

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