Airlines that fly in and out of Love Field Airport include Southwest Airlines, SeaPort Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines and Virgin America Airlines. Love Field Airport serves approximately 7 million passengers per year.
Love Field serves both commercial and corporate airlines and is managed by Dallas's Department of Aviation. The airport is fully equipped with aeronautical lighting, airport marking and air navigation radio to ensure the safety of all aircraft. Other features of the airport include a crosswind runway, surveillance radar services, a windshear warning system and 24-hour air traffic control.
Love Field also has seven full-service fixed base operators that provide services such as fuel, maintenance, charters and hangar rentals. Full-service fixed base operators are in charge of executive needs by providing amenities such as meeting rooms, car rentals, limousine services and restaurants.
Taxpayers do not fund Love Field, and the airport supports itself through user fees and charges. As of July 2015, Love Field is going through the Love Field Modernization Program, which involves the construction of 20 gates with a new centralized concourse, redesigned lobby, expanded baggage claim area and new ticketing wing. The Love Field Modernization Program is intended to double the amount of airport concessions available to passengers.