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Dallas/Fort Worth’s central location means that it’s easy to get to any number of other major business cities including Los Angeles New York London Toronto Chicago and Mexico City.  One of the world’s busiest airports Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport serves more than 65 million passengers every year – and that kind of service and accessibility is a big draw for the companies that relocate here each year.

Dallas Love Field the hub of Southwest Airlines also handles considerable regional traffic – and future traffic is estimated at more than 12.3 million passengers annually by 2020. It’s known as a business traveler’s airport because of its convenient location just 20 minutes from downtown the Infomart (which hosts many business conventions and events) the Dallas Market Center and downtown hotels.

And because it’s a smaller airport it’s much less hassle to get in and out of quickly. With more than 125 daily direct flights on Southwest Airlines throughout Texas the southwestern region of the U.S. and many east coast cities (plus a commuter hub for Continental and Delta Airlines for those going to Houston and Memphis) it’s the top choice for many business travelers.