I'll assume you are talking about Terminal E.
As for Terminal E, while there have not yet been any firm agreements to move to those gates, I think DFW
is keeping their options open. The upcoming fight (probably in the next 8-10 months) over Wright and the opening of Love is forcing DFW
to keep all those gates open. By keeping them open, it gives DFW
the opportunity to say, "WN
is welcome at DFW
anytime -- we have plenty of open gates."
If, however, Love ends up getting opened and WN
doesn't move any flights over to DFW
, the rumor is that DFW
is trying to work out a deal to get all the airlines in Terminal B to move their operations to the spare gates in Terminal E and turn Terminal B (beyond just gate B14) into an RJ
hub for American Eagle.
There is more than enough room for all these airlines (HP-US, TZ
and US). UA
could move to the high E gates (around E31-E38) and use the old DL
CRC as its RCC. The terminal also has plenty of space for all these airlines, even with DL
staying in the low E gates, and even if they don't reconfigure the high E gates (which are now spaced farther apart to accomodate international arrivals). And, if they really needed extra gates, there's always the satellite.
As for Terminal B, it would be turned into a full-Eagle RJ
hub to consolidate all their flying from B and the A satellite. B currently has 31 gates. But, reconfigured for only RJs, it would probably hold 45-50, more than enough room for Eagle to expand and grow.