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Battle Looms Between Two Dallas Airports

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Battle Looms Between Two Dallas Airports

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Battle Looms Between Two Dallas Airports

Battle Looms Between Two Dallas Airports

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Southwest Airlines is challenging a 1979 rule that limits the number of destinations its planes can fly to from Dallas' Love Field Airport. The law as written was intended to encourage flights out of Dallas-Fort Worth Airport, where American Airlines operates — without destination limits. Hear NPR's Wade Goodwyn.

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