My Favorite Quotes
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 Joe Lopano - “The trade between Asia and the United States is very, very strong.”
 Joe Lopano - “We are happy to welcome Spirit to DFW International Airport. Spirit will add to an already impressive grouping of airlines to offer a great service at an affordable price. I can't wait and I know the public will be looking forward to the new service that is on its way.”
 Joe Lopano - “DFW stands ready with 22 available gates and 22 million in incentives. And yet they chose to walk past it and go to a congested, expensive hub that's controlled by United and Frontier.”
 Joe Lopano - “If you can compete against a dog that big, you can compete with any dog. All of the excuses they've given in the past just don't hold water.”
 Joe Lopano - “Just one month from now DFW will finally have Air France Cargo. We have been working to get Air France to come to DFW for years. The time is right, the market is primed and we look forward to having key new service to Europe.”
 Joe Lopano - “DFW works extremely hard every day to bring new business opportunities to North Texas and to have our cargo customers call us the 'best in the world' is quite gratifying. Cargo helps propel the North Texas economy, bringing in new jobs with the addition of new cargo service, new products on every flight and new opportunity for local and international businesses.”
 Joe Lopano - “In addition, Trammell Crow just yesterday opened International Air Cargo Centre Phase III and Logistic Centers 1, 2, and 3 on the west side of our airfield with direct access to a taxiway. This new capacity helps DFW market the Airport to potential airlines, with the knowledge that they can grow their business in the same facility without having to make huge financial infrastructure investments. That really lowers the risk associated with starting new business.”
 Joe Lopano - “Not only does Air France provide a great opportunity for DFW to increase its service to Europe, it also opens up the airline's huge network, providing increased trade opportunities to Europe, Africa and the Middle East. New service like that of Air France and China Cargo allow companies reliant on foreign goods to bring their product to market faster, cheaper and ultimately provides the customer with greater choices.”