The Love Field Pilots Association (LFPA) was formed in 1980 to provide a voice for Business Aviation at a time when the continued operation of Dallas Love Field was in jeopardy. Joining with Southwest Airlines, LFPA presented the interests of the Aviation Community to the City of Dallas and helped secure the survival of Dallas Love Field.
Since that time LFPA has continued to represent the interests of business aviation operators in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Area in all areas of aviation activities. By developing and maintaining working relationships with the Federal Aviation Administration's Air Traffic Control entities (ARTCC, TRACON & Local Tower Controllers), U.S. Customs, The Transportation Safety Administration (TSA), Love Field Operations (City of Dallas) and the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), the LFPA has been able to keep its membership involved and informed regarding local and national issues affecting daily flight operations.
By having regular meetings sponsored by companies providing products and services to the Business Aviation Industry, LFPA provides the opportunity for the membership to stay informed about current developments.
The LFPA Scholarship/Charity Fund was established to provide monetary aid to worthy individuals working on Aviation Degrees and donations to Charity Organizations that directly affect needy individuals and organizations in the vicinity of Dallas Love Field.