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Cheap flights to Dallas, TX

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Arriving On Flights to Dallas

The majority of Dallas tourists get cheap airfare to the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. This airport is positioned between Dallas and Fort Worth, making it a convenient starting point for your vacation. Dallas is also served by the smaller Love Field Airport, so you may be able to find cheap airfare to this destination as well. Once your Dallas flights have landed, you can use a Shared Ride shuttle service to take you to your hotel, or get a rental car at the airport. Rental companies such as Dollar, Hertz, and Thrifty all operate here.

Getting Around Dallas

Once your flights to Dallas have touched down, you will need a way to get around this vibrant city. The easiest way to explore Dallas is by car. You can also use the Dallas Area Rapid Transit system of public buses and trains. The DART Light Rail network takes tourists to a range of popular destinations such as downtown Plano, The John F. Kennedy Memorial, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. Taxi services are also available to tourists, so contact Dallas Taxi or Dallas Yellow Cab to book one of their cars.

Attractions in Dallas

Tourists on Dallas flights will enjoy visiting the Sixth Floor Museum, located downtown. For magnificent displays of modern sculpture, try the Nasher Sculpture Center. Thrill-seekers will experience a memorable day out at Zero Gravity Thrill Rides Amusement Park, which features five exciting rides. Families who have purchased airfare to Dallas will take pleasure in a trip to Sandy Lake Amusement Park, which offers rides, games and picnic areas. Dallas World Aquarium in downtown Dallas and Dallas Zoo in south Dallas are both perfect for nature lovers.

Shopping, Dining and Nightlife in Dallas

Two of the largest shopping malls in Dallas are the NorthPark Center and the Galleria Dallas. Both are home to over 200 stores, including Macy’s and Nordstrom. For those who find large shopping malls overwhelming, the Six Flags Mall and Richardson Square Mall, home to only a small number of stores, will be much more accommodating. For evening entertainment, tourists on flights to Dallas may wish to explore the Lizard Lounge or Candleroom. Candleroom is known for its urban flavor and is particularly popular with young adults. For sumptuous Mexican cuisine, try Monica’s Aca y Alla Restaurant, or try Abacas Restaurant for fine dining.

Several popular airlines fly into Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, including

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Flight stats for Dallas, TX - did you know?
  • Dallas is 15 mi from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (Dallas, TX).
  • Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (Dallas, TX)
    • Right now, 73 airlines operate out of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
    • Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport offers nonstop flights to 203 cities.
    • Every week, at least 22,099 domestic flights and 2,345 international flights depart from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
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