Southwest and Virgin America begin flights to several new destinations from Dallas Love Field

Associated Press

Southwest Airlines and Virgin America began long-haul flying from Dallas Love Field on Monday, as soon as a federal law restricting such flights expired. The new destinations:

— Southwest: Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Orlando and Washington. Starting Nov. 2, Southwest will add Atlanta; Fort Lauderdale and Tampa, Florida; Orange County and San Diego, California; Nashville; New York's LaGuardia Airport and Phoenix; and on Jan. 6, San Francisco and Oakland, California.

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— Virgin Atlantic: Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington. On Oct. 28, it will start flights to New York's LaGuardia Airport.

— Delta has been flying to Atlanta using smaller planes that were allowed under the federal limits at Love Field. Delta's flight could end Jan. 6.

— United's regional arm, United Express, flies to Houston.