Actually, the Legend Executive Terminal has been renamed the Love Field Executive Terminal and all exterior signage has been removed. It is still owned by Love Field Terminal Partners and the gates are part of the DAL
Master Plan that was revised 2 years ago. Under the plan, the number of gates at the airport is capped at something like 55 or so. Anyway, because of the revised master plan, the old Braniff terminal and the TI
gates were demolished. Too bad to. But the only occupant of the old Legend space is a limo company, they occupy the old res center. I went by a few weeks ago and the ticket counter sign is still up in the main terminal. It looks just like the day we shut down.
Also, I doubt Legend would have made it past 9/11. Even if they had made it to that point, I doubt the cash reserves would have been adequate enough to restart the airline days after the FAA shut the system down. But, the loads were extremely high during the last 3 weeks of operation. In fact, the Thanksgiving weekend in 2000, brought the first oversold flight for Legend. People were amazed that Legend was competitively priced. Legend catered to the business traveler obviously. Many times I sold a one-way ticket to LAX
for $1200.00. And the traveler always commented on how he/she liked not being stuck in a middle seat in coach on the evil empire for the same amount of money.
Did you know that Legend was one of the first airlines to have LiveTV certified for aircraft? As I recall, we beat JetBlue by weeks. Of course, they held off to perfect the system. We went ahead and offered the service from day one, but ran into numerous technical problems. Also, Legend was one of the first airlines to be certified under the CSET standards introduced by the FAA in the 90's.