City officials don't yet have the number of takeoffs and landings they want at Dallas Executive Airport, but they've got plenty of land and money.
City Hall could soon offer up both as part of Burchfield & Partners' planned $15.9 million development along the west side of the airport's expanding runway. The proposal comes with the promise of more than 25 new jobs and the relocation of more than 40 jobs from Love Field.
The plans call for a 70,000-square foot hanger and maintenance-and-operations center and 20,000 square feet of offices. Mark Duebner, the city's aviation director, said the development is "a catalyst project" that eventually "will drive traffic" to the airport.