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Aberdeen, South Dakota

SB10001424052702304066504576343420557189888.html accessdate 31 May 2011 newspaper Wall Street Journal date 31 May 2011 *July 17, 1992: A Piper PA-28R-201T Arrow III (Piper Cherokee), registration number ''N6959C'', bound for Love Field from New Iberia, Louisiana, broke up in the thunderstorm near Tool, Texas, killing its pilot and sole occupant.

Transportation Safety Board accessdate 2010-04-23 *October 25, 1999: In the '''1999 South Dakota Learjet crash''', a Learjet 35 (Learjet 35 36) private jet suffered an apparent loss of cabin pressure after departing Orlando, Florida bound for Love Field; the jet then drifted off course, running out of fuel

flight from Love Field; the pilot executed a hard landing on nearby Midway Road under autorotation (Autorotation (helicopter)), substantially damaging the aircraft and injuring 1 passenger. The power loss was attributed to improper installation of critical engine parts.


Prescott, Arizona

89 The city has a municipal airport, Ernest A. Love Field, The two main thoroughfares in and around Prescott are Arizona

to the member of the Arizona Corporation Commission of the same name. In 2006 SR 303L was renamed the Bob Stump Memorial Highway (Arizona State Route 303). http: www.azdot.gov Highways Valley_Freeways Loop_303 North PDF SR303L_DESIGN_CONCEPT_REPORT_Appendices.pdf - PRC KPRC Ernest A. Love Field Prescott, Arizona, United States - url http: www.time.com time magazine article 0,9171,916848,00.html accessdate 2011-02-03 Embry

Winslow . With all the layoffs in 2009 and store closures, Bashas' employees total approximately 8,500. birth_place Fremont (Fremont, Ohio), Ohio death_place Prescott (Prescott, Arizona), Arizona nationality American '''Prescott Municipal Airport, Ernest A. Love Field''' www.FlyPrescott.com is a city-owned public-use airport located seven nautical miles (8&


Dallas

, located on the lake's eastern shore. White Rock Creek feeds into White Rock Lake, and then exits on to the Trinity River southeast of downtown Dallas. Trails along White Rock Creek are part of the extensive Dallas County Trails System. Bachman Lake, just northwest of Love Field Airport (Dallas Love Field), is a smaller lake also popularly used for recreation. Northeast of the city is Lake Ray Hubbard, a vast Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas


Albuquerque International Sunport

accessdate April 14, 2012 Carlsbad (Cavern City Air Terminal) E Southwest Airlines Baltimore (Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport), Chicago-Midway (Chicago Midway International Airport), Dallas-Love (Dallas Love Field), Denver (Denver International Airport), Houston-Hobby (William P. Hobby Airport), Kansas City (Kansas City International Airport), Las Vegas (McCarran International Airport), Los Angeles

- 3 Denver, CO Denver International (DEN) (Denver International Airport) align "right" 198,000 - 4 Dallas, TX Dallas Love Field (DAL) (Dallas Love Field) align "right" 195,000 - 5 Las Vegas, NV McCarran International (LAS) (McCarran International Airport) align "right" 159,000 - 6 Los Angeles, CA Los Angeles International (LAX) (Los Angeles International Airport) align "right" 154,000 - 7

flights a day. It has notably large operations in certain airports. Airports with large Southwest operations include Albuquerque (ABQ (Albuquerque International Sunport)), Atlanta (ATL (Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport )), Austin (AUS (Austin-Bergstrom International Airport)), Baltimore (BWI (Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport)), Chicago (MDW (Chicago Midway Airport)), Dallas (DAL (Dallas Love Field)), Denver ( Denver International Airport


Frisco, Texas

'''Frisco''' is a city located in Collin (Collin County, Texas) and Denton (Denton County, Texas) counties in Texas. It is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, and is located approximately 25 minutes from both Dallas Love Field and Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. With major highways north-south and east-west, the city is well-positioned on the path of growth in the Dallas area. As of December 1, 2014, the city had a population estimated at 144,640


Austin, Texas

2004. *December 31, 1985: The cabin of a Douglas DC-3, registration number ''N711Y'', filled with dense smoke after the flight crew attempted to turn on a cabin heater while en route to Love Field from Guntersville, Alabama; the pilot initiated an emergency landing in a field near De Kalb, Texas, but the aircraft struck trees and utility poles, suffering severe damage and bursting into flames. The pilot and co-pilot escaped with serious injuries, but all 7 passengers were killed

KILLED IN CRASH - Dallas-bound DC-3 goes down in Texas work The Dallas Morning News date 1986-01-01 *January 3, 1986: The right-hand engine mount of a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-2H4 (Boeing 737), registration number ''N86SW'', broke while the airliner was flying over southern Oklahoma enroute from Love Field to Austin, Texas, causing the engine to hang from the wing at a steep angle; the flight crew shut down the engine and returned to Love Field, landing

publisher National Transportation Safety Board accessdate 2009-07-15 *December 5, 1987: After suffering an engine fire en route from Love Field to New York City, the flight crew of a Hawker Siddeley HS.125 (British Aerospace BAe 125) business jet, registration number ''N400PH'', touched down short of the runway while attempting an emergency landing at Blue Grass Airport in Lexington, Kentucky. The jet crossed a highway and struck an automobile, utility poles, and 2


Federal Aviation Administration

worldwide cargo airlines Kalitta Air and National Airlines (National Airlines (5M)) are based at Willow Run Airport. Background In the early 1960s, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) determined that Love Field in Dallas and Greater Southwest International Airport in Fort Worth, Texas were unsuitable for expected future air traffic demands, and the FAA refused to provide continued federal funding for the municipal airports. The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB

;ref name "nyt651024" As traffic boomed at Dallas-Love Field it slumped at Fort Worth with most carriers attempting to pull out by 1968. Fort Worth lost all airline traffic in 1969. As soon as Dallas-Fort Worth International opened, the FAA closed the runways at Greater Southwest as a safety precaution to avoid accidents. stat4-data 45 2% footnotes Source: FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) ref name


Dayton, Ohio

Dayton , Ohio. Officially, "Air Force One" is an air traffic control call sign for any U.S. Air Force aircraft carrying the President, though it has informally been extended to the aircraft maintained for that purpose (including SAM 26000). Love Field (Dallas Love Field), Dallas (Dallas, Texas), Texas Sarah T. Hughes Judge, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas - Alejandra During the '' Fear


Mexico City

Field for a routine stopover. The airliner struck a parked airplane, a hangar, and a flight school before crashing into a business across from the airport, Dmoz:Regional North America Mexico States Federal District Commons:Category:Mexico City Wikipedia:Mexico City

D was expanded by an additional 9 gates. That year, US Airways began service to Costa Rica (San José, Costa Rica), Mexico City, and St. Kitts. Lufthansa also returned to the airport at this time providing service to Munich. On November 29, 1949, American Airlines Flight 157, a Douglas DC-6 en route from New York City (New York City, New York) to Mexico City with 46 passengers and crew, slid off Runway 36 after the flight crew lost control on final approach to Love


Zagreb

headquarters Zagreb, Croatia youth_wing Youth Club of the Croatian Party of Rights * January 12 – '''Braniff Flight 38''', a Boeing 727, is hijacked after takeoff from William P. Hobby Airport; all 94 passengers are allowed to deplane after landing at Dallas Love Field; the crew escapes 6 hours later; the hijacker is arrested with no casualties to the 101 people on board. * January 26 – JAT Yugoslav '''Flight 367 (JAT Flight 367)''', a Douglas


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