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What I found out about Dallas Love Field Airport

The crew that produces “Love Field Stories,” the reliable podcast of Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL), was type enough to encompass me as a visitor for two upcoming episodes.

The -parter delves into the precise records of the airport and highlights a number of the extraordinary artwork that may be noticed in and across the terminal.

The episodes might be stay-streamed on Tuesday, April 12, and on May 10 at 12:30 p.m. (Central) on Love Field’s Facebook and YouTube and will encompass images of most of the historical occasions and art work we speak.

The podcast also can be heard on Apple Podcast, Spotify, iHeartRadio, and Pandora.

To produce the podcast, DAL teamed me up with Bruce Bleakley, who is an aviation historian and co-creator of The Love Evolution: A Centennial Celebration of Love Field Airport and Its Art.

We known as it a communication. But truely, it’s me attending to pick out the mind of the airport’s historian. I requested Bleakley about how, in 1958, Dallas Love Field’s new terminal building got here to have the primary moving walkway at any airport within the world. And why there has been an ice-skating rink inside the terminal. And approximately the function that Dallas Love Filed played on that day in 1963 while President John F. Kennedy turned into assassinated in Dallas and Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in as president at the DAL tarmac.

In this -element podcast, we additionally study the tales at the back of a number of the high-quality art that passengers stroll over and walk by means of at DAL.

And I get Bleakley to inform us which city’s call is spelled incorrect within the airport’s first commissioned piece of art. A detail he didn’t even share in his e-book.

I hope you’ll music in!

Courtesy Frontiers of Flight Museum, Dallas

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