DALLAS, Tex. -- A couple of Texas teams will be flying in style. The Texas Rangers’ and Dallas Stars’ new 757 charter aircraft was unveiled Tuesday at Love Field.
The new aircraft that replaces the old 727 the rangers flew in the past.
The rangers will continue to share it with the Dallas Stars hockey team.
The Rangers flew approximately 60,000 miles this season, with the majority of those coming home after night games.
The Boeing 757 has a completely reconfigured interior that can accommodate 71 total passengers in their own leather seats.