American Airlines has renewed daily service between Hollywood Burbank Airport and Dallas Fort Worth International Airport starting this week.

The twice daily flights began Tuesday with a morning flight leaving Burbank at 8 a.m. and an afternoon flight leaving at 12:35. Return flights from Dallas will be at 10:30 a.m. and 6:51 p.m.

The airline, based in Fort Worth, had previously served the Dallas area from the San Fernando Valley’s only commercial airport until February 2012. The new service continues American’s investment in the airport as a convenient option for passengers traveling to and from the greater Los Angeles market.

Hollywood Burbank Airport Executive Director Frank Miller said that Dallas has grown to be American’s largest hub with more than 800 daily flights to 200 destinations in 30 countries.

“People from around the country and world can fly through (Dallas Forth Worth), then nonstop to Burbank, renowned as the media capital of the world and entryway to the Los Angeles basin,” Miller said in a statement.