The trial, which was previously scheduled to start in May, has been pushed to the fall, according to an order from U.S. District Judge Ed Kinkeade.
The issue stems from a public statement Southwest Chief Operating Officer Mike Van de Ven made last February.
Depending who you ask, the Love Field Letters are either “inappropriate and legally inadequate” or directed Dallas “to make reasonable efforts to accommodate competition at the airport.” Evan Hoopfer of the Dallas Business Journal has the story.
The Lemmon Avenue Terminal at Dallas Love Field Airport was demolished in 2009. Ten years later, two sides embroiled in a lawsuit are still debating whether or not the terminal had any value. The two sides — Love Terminal Partners and Virginia Aerospace, and the U.S. government — are gearing up for a potential showdown in the U.S. Supreme Court.
A union that represents American Airlines fleet service employees is suing the Fort Worth-based carrier because of what it deems are unnecessary drug tests.
American Airlines has filed a lawsuit against a travel company with a similar name alleging trademark infringement and a “flagrant and willful violation” of a previous settlement between the two parties, according to court documents filed last week.