Live•Play•Grow•D.FW – Guess who’s coming to our great D.FW….read on!

Luxury at its BEST!  I’m ready for this..are  you?


Millions of passengers around the globe have enjoyed the one-of-a-kind flying experience offered by the Airbus A380, the world’s-largest passenger aircraft. D-FW residents planning to jet-set to Australia or the Middle East will soon have the opportunity to experience the A380’s extraordinary onboard amenities. Qantas Airways begins service on the A380 from D/FW International Airport starting September 29 and Emirates Airlines begins service October 1.

Passenger comfort has always been an important differentiator for the airline industry — especially on long-range routes. The A380’s unique double-deck arrangement improves the passenger experience with the widest and most spacious seating in all classes of service, and it offers open spaces such as business centers and bar/social areas.

Pre-defined lighting scenarios use colors, brightness levels and dynamic transitions to provide a pleasant and refined cabin atmosphere in all phases of flight. Lighting can also be used to minimize jet lag by simulating sunrise or sunset.

At LOPEZ Group, Ebby Halliday, we’re proud that D/FW Airport continues to be the premiere international gateway in the U.S., offering travelers an extensive route network all over the world, with nonstop service to approximately 60 international destinations. In 2014 year alone, D/FW has added flights to Bogota, Colombia, Roatan, Honduras, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Edmonton, Canada, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, and Doha, Qatar.

Not bad for an airport that opened 40 years ago with the word “Regional” in its name!



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