DALLAS - As airlines struggled with soaring fuel prices last year, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport capitalized on the energy boom, earning $28 million in royalties on gas production on its 18,092-acre property.

Now that energy prices have fallen to recessionary levels, DFW is losing some of its energy cushion amid falling airline traffic.

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