Seeking to Avert Another Holiday Parking Disaster, Love Field Adds 1,000 Spaces
To be completely full five minutes before you get there.
City of Dallas
If you're flying out of the newly Wright Amendment-unencumbered Love Field this week and haven't yet found a parking space, you can breathe a shallow sigh of relief. The airport will have 1,150 more spaces for Christmas than it did for Thanksgiving.
Almost half of those spaces (500) are valet spots in a newly city-leased lot close to the airport. Employee parking has been cleared out of garages A and B to create 400 parking berths and The Parking Spot, a private lot, will have 250 more spots than it did on Thanksgiving.
Additionally, while it may not be a train line running to the terminal, DART and the airport are teaming up on a free shuttle between the Green Line's Inwood Station and the airport. The "Love Link" will run from 5:30 a.m. to 1 a.m. every day.
With both local airports expecting record crowds over the holiday season, the 1,100+ spots might not be enough -- Love Field officials have announced plans to add about 4,000 parking spaces as quickly as possible -- so airport officials still advise that travelers get to the airport early and find alternative transportation, if possible.
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