TRUE REINVENTION

The Braniff Centre at Love Field is a multi-use facility featuring 200,000 square feet of high quality hangar space accompanied by retail, restaurant, offices, auto-dealer showroom, entertainment venues and hospitality facilities. Set to open in Summer 2019, the Braniff Centre will make the Dallas Love Field east-side location off Lemmon Avenue a destination for surrounding neighborhoods and Dallas’ sophisticated travelers. A six-year dream for local automobile dealer, Randall Reed, the Braniff Centre is a welcomed upgrade to the existing 26 acre, DalFort Aerospace location originally known as the Braniff Airlines Operations and Maintenance Base. In addition to Mr. Reed’s plans to relocate his Park Cities Lincoln dealership to the site, TAC Air has partnered with local entities Blue Star Land, LP a Jones Family company, Lincoln Property Company and the Texas Historic Commssion to preserve the history of the location, expand the business opportunities of the local community and bring an advanced aviation facility to the heart of Dallas – at Love Field. The FBO (fixed base operation) of TAC Air – DAL will feature amenities such as controlled access to the private hangars and executive terminal, concierge services comprising catering from local celebrity chefs, auto detailing, local event/venue reservations, auto-to-aircraft valet, and secured personal access to all retail facilities located at the Braniff Centre. This $100 million master plan expansion and redevelopment is made possible with the commitment of the City of Dallas. As Dallas Love Field is reborn through ongoing development projects, the Braniff Centre restoration and expansion will help restore a portion of the airfield to the early ‘spirit of aviation and the modern jet-setter’ lifestyle as defined by Braniff International Airways in the late 1950’s. Keeping the original cutting edge building design of William Pereira and Charles Luckman that embodied the spirit of flight in the inverted butterfly roof architecture, The Gravity Company and Burns & McDonnell have designed the restoration to meet guidelines and preservation requirements of the Texas Historic Commission and keep this building an aviation landmark of Dallas.


TRUE REINVENTION

The Braniff Centre at Love Field is a multi-use facility featuring 200,000 square feet of high quality hangar space accompanied by retail, restaurant, offices, auto-dealer showroom, entertainment venues and hospitality facilities. Set to open in Summer 2019, the Braniff Centre will make the Dallas Love Field east-side location off Lemmon Avenue a destination for surrounding neighborhoods and Dallas’ sophisticated travelers.

A six-year dream for local automobile dealer, Randall Reed, the Braniff Centre is a welcomed upgrade to the existing 26 acre, DalFort Aerospace location originally known as the Braniff Airlines Operations and Maintenance Base. In addition to Mr. Reed’s plans to relocate his Park Cities Lincoln dealership to the site, TAC Air has partnered with local entities Blue Star Land, LP a Jones Family company, Lincoln Property Company and the Texas Historic Commssion to preserve the history of the location, expand the business opportunities of the local community and bring an advanced aviation facility to the heart of Dallas – at Love Field.

The FBO (fixed base operation) of TAC Air – DAL will feature amenities such as controlled access to the private hangars and executive terminal, concierge services comprising catering from local celebrity chefs, auto detailing, local event/venue reservations, auto-to-aircraft valet, and secured personal access to all retail facilities located at the Braniff Centre.

This $100 million master plan expansion and redevelopment is made possible with the commitment of the City of Dallas. As Dallas Love Field is reborn through ongoing development projects, the Braniff Centre restoration and expansion will help restore a portion of the airfield to the early ‘spirit of aviation and the modern jet-setter’ lifestyle as defined by Braniff International Airways in the late 1950’s. Keeping the original cutting edge building design of William Pereira and Charles Luckman that embodied the spirit of flight in the inverted butterfly roof architecture, The Gravity Company and Burns & McDonnell have designed the restoration to meet guidelines and preservation requirements of the Texas Historic Commission and keep this building an aviation landmark of Dallas.

TRUEREINVENTION

The Braniff Centre at Love Field is a multi-use facility featuring 200,000 square feet of high quality hangar space accompanied by retail, restaurant, offices, auto-dealer showroom, entertainment venues and hospitality facilities. Set to open in Summer 2019, the Braniff Centre will make the Dallas Love Field east-side location off Lemmon Avenue a destination for surrounding neighborhoods and Dallas’ sophisticated travelers.

A six-year dream for local automobile dealer, Randall Reed, the Braniff Centre is a welcomed upgrade to the existing 26 acre, DalFort Aerospace location originally known as the Braniff Airlines Operations and Maintenance Base. In addition to Mr. Reed’s plans to relocate his Park Cities Lincoln dealership to the site, TAC Air has partnered with local entities Blue Star Land, LP a Jones Family company, Lincoln Property Company and the Texas Historic Commssion to preserve the history of the location, expand the business opportunities of the local community and bring an advanced aviation facility to the heart of Dallas – at Love Field.

The FBO (fixed base operation) of TAC Air – DAL will feature amenities such as controlled access to the private hangars and executive terminal, concierge services comprising catering from local celebrity chefs, auto detailing, local event/venue reservations, auto-to-aircraft valet, and secured personal access to all retail facilities located at the Braniff Centre.

This $100 million master plan expansion and redevelopment is made possible with the commitment of the City of Dallas. As Dallas Love Field is reborn through ongoing development projects, the Braniff Centre restoration and expansion will help restore a portion of the airfield to the early ‘spirit of aviation and the modern jet-setter’ lifestyle as defined by Braniff International Airways in the late 1950’s. Keeping the original cutting edge building design of William Pereira and Charles Luckman that embodied the spirit of flight in the inverted butterfly roof architecture, The Gravity Company and Burns & McDonnell have designed the restoration to meet guidelines and preservation requirements of the Texas Historic Commission and keep this building an aviation landmark of Dallas.