MIAMI — Virgin America announced it will be expanding its Dallas Love Field operations on April 29, 2015.

The Burlingame, California-based carrier will be adding one additional daily flight each to its Los Angeles and San Francisco hubs as well as Washington Reagan National (DCA) in DC. The new flights will expand Virgin’s total Dallas schedule to sixteen roundtrips per day, as outlined below (new flights are in bold):

FROM TO DEP ARR FROM TO DEP ARR
DAL DCA 705 1035 DCA DAL 730 1000
DAL DCA 1130 1500 DCA DAL 1130 1400
DAL DCA 1430 1759 DCA DAL 1600 1830
DAL DCA 1800 2130 DCA DAL 1845 2115
DAL LAX 800 920 LAX DAL 710 1210
DAL LAX 1300 1420 LAX DAL 845 1345
DAL LAX 1700 1820 LAX DAL 1200 1700
DAL LAX 1915 2035 LAX DAL 1705 2205
DAL LGA 700 1100 LGA DAL 700 1010
DAL LGA 1045 1445 LGA DAL 1155 1505
DAL LGA 1325 1725 LGA DAL 1530 1840
DAL LGA 1640 2040 LGA DAL 1830 2140
DAL SFO 750 940 SFO DAL 720 1240
DAL SFO 1445 1635 SFO DAL 950 1510
DAL SFO 1800 1950 SFO DAL 1200 1720
DAL SFO 1925 2115 SFO DAL 1730 2250

The airline will begin service to Dallas Love on October 13 with service to its two California hubs and DCA. Four daily flights to and from New York LaGuardia will commence on October 28th. Chicago O’Hare is expected to be added to the schedule some time in 2015.

Virgin won the two gates at Dallas Love earlier this year, following a contentious competition. The coveted spaces were formerly owned by American, which was forced to divest them as part of a deal with regulators that in turn allowed it to merger with US Airways.