Events

The Dallas Love Field Centennial Planning Committee is excited to host an array of events in honor of its 100 years of service. Events, which will begin in fall 2016, include:

  • Wed
    19
    Oct
    2016
    Sun
    31
    Dec
    2017
    Dallas Love Field Aiport - Corridor connecting main entrance to baggage claim

    To showcase the rich history of Dallas Love Field, the Love Field Art Program, in coordination with the Frontiers of Flight Museum and the Commemorative Air Force, will install a one-of-a-kind art exhibit beginning in fall 2016 and lasting through fall 2017. Glass displays near the airport’s baggage claim will be dedicated specifically to Centennial-themed artifacts, each covering 25-year periods. The exhibits will include photos, ticket stubs and other memorabilia collected over time, including items submitted by members of the community for the Centennial Celebration.

    Displayed in four sections throughout the year, each exhibit will highlight Dallas Love Field’s history. The final quarter will incorporate artwork from local students depicting what Dallas Love Field Airport means to them, and what they believe the future of the airport will look like.

    The opening phase of the exhibit includes the installation of two model warplanes hung from the airport’s ceiling. The Curtiss “Jenny” and the P-51 Red Tails replica warplanes will make for a spectacular exhibit commencement along with the first set of artifacts carefully curated by the Love Field Art Program, the Frontiers of Flight Museum and the Commemorative Air Force.

    The community is encouraged to participate by submitting artifacts they believe may help tell a portion of the extensive history of this beloved airport. Artifacts can be submitting by emailing loveartprogram@dallascityhall.com.

    View photos of this growing exhibit

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  • Sat
    24
    Jun
    2017
    10am-2pmFrontiers of Flight Museum

    Learn how Dallas Love Field serves as a transportation hub for 12 million people a year and experience the Frontiers of Flight Museum at the Dallas City of Learning Turn Up! event.

    Activities included:

    • FREE admission to the Frontiers of Flight Museum
    • Touring the new terminal at Dallas Love Field
    • Checking out the largest snow removal trucks at the Field Maintenance Building
    • Discovering other airport equipment and machines that keep the airport running
    • Learning more about the people who keep the airport and runways open
    • Checking out an operating Airport Rescue Fire-Fighter Truck (ARFF)
    • Experimenting with wind tubes
    • Viewing a living history performance of prominent people in aviation history
    • Exploring the Frontier Flyer plane and other open cockpits
    • Sampling food from the concessionares that serve airport passengers.

    During the event, kids and teens will be able to register for Dallas City of Learning and earn a digital badge for activities they participate in.

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  • Sat
    15
    Jul
    2017
    8am-12pmFrontiers of Flight Museum

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  • Fri
    04
    Aug
    2017
    All DayDallas Love Field Aiport - Terminal

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  • Fri
    01
    Sep
    2017
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  • Thu
    19
    Oct
    2017
    Dallas Love Field Aiport - Terminal

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  • Sat
    04
    Nov
    2017
    5pm-11pmFrontiers of Flight Museum

    What better way to top off the yearlong celebration than to hold a 1920s-themed gala equipped with endless entertainment. This November, this invite-only event will be the perfect time to kick back, relax and truly celebrate the accomplishments and evolution of Dallas Love Field over the last 100 years.

    The gala will take place at the Frontiers of Flight Museum, the perfect backdrop to reminisce on the airport’s history and celebrate with all those that continue to drive the evolution. Stay tuned for additional information.

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