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Overview - Love Field

Love Field (IATA: DAL; ICAO: KDAL) serves the city of Dallas.

Service to the city is provided through Inwood/Love Field Station, located off-site.

External Services

External services to Dallas are provided through Light Rail.

Light Rail

Inwood/Love Field Station

Inwood/Love Field Station. Source: Wikimedia (June 14, 2011, Mbrstooge)/CC BY-SA 3.0

DART Light Rail serves the airport through Inwood/Love Field Station on the Green Line and Orange Line, located southwest of the airport. This station was opened on December 6, 2010. Multiple services operate through this station, including the Green and Orange Lines. As of December 2023, 6 trains operate an hour to the city center on weekdays off peak, with 3 trains per hour on each of the two lines.

Connector Services

Love Field has no connector service.

Braniff Jetrail Fastpark System

The Braniff Jetrail Fastpark System was a 2.6 km (loop) suspended monorail people mover service that connected the concourse gates with the parking lot and baggage claim. This service began in April 18, 1970, and ended in September 1, 1974 when Braniff International Airways moved to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Services ran in a closed loop.

The service used custom rolling stock and was one of, if not the first fully automated suspended monorail lines in the world. Each car was 3.7m long. The system was fully elevated and entirely grade separated.

The service was owned and operated by Braniff International Airways.

Internal Services

Love Field has no internal service.

References & Helpful Links

Airport Website (English)

DART Website (English)

External Citations

Last Updated: Dec 10, 2023