The fare-table lists round-trip flights from Atlanta to Dallas. The fares are based on a recent trend (date, time mentioned). The fares are non-warranted and subject to change. The fare comprises base fare, fuel surcharges, airline/airports, and our service fee. Details available with Terms and Conditions
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Airport in Atlanta
Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Atlanta is home to the world’s busiest airport – Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (IATA: ATL, ICAO: KATL, FAA LID: ATL). According to the Airports Council International Report 103 902 992 passengers deplaned and enplaned in 2017.
Also, known popularly as Atlanta Airport, ATL is 7 miles (11 km) south of downtown Atlanta, Georgia. The airport has 192 gates: 152 domestic and 40 international. ATL covers 4,700 acres (1,902 ha) of land and has five parallel runways.
Airports in Dallas
The airport (IATA: DFW, ICAO: KDFW), is approximately halfway between the major cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, DFW. It is the largest hub for American Airlines. The airport ranks as the fourth busiest airport in the world by aircraft movements and the twelfth busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic in 2017. The airport handles nearly 900 daily flights.
Dallas Love Field Airport
Located 6 miles (10 km) northwest of downtown Dallas, Texas, Dallas Love Field (IATA: DAL, ICAO: KDAL) is a city-owned public airport. It served as the primary airport of the city until the opening of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) opened in 1974.
Nonstop Flights from Atlanta to Dallas
Looking for the quickest way to reach Dallas from Atlanta? Check carriers operating nonstop flights from Atlanta to Dallas.
| Flight || Airlines |
| Flights from ATL to DFW || |
| Flight from ATL to DAL || |
More airline options emerge with one-stop flights to Dallas. You may find leading passenger carriers like Virgin Atlantic, Delta Air Lines, Korean Air and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines joining the list.
International carriers partner with their alliances on a code-share basis to operate the flight. Opting for a connecting flight to Dallas from Atlanta? You may you’re your layover at Tampa – TPA or Fort Lauderdale – FLL. Check your layover time before confirming your airline ticket.
| Flight || Flight Distance || Flight Time |
| Flight from ATL to DFW || 946 miles/1522 km || 2 hours 02 minutes |
| Flight from ATL to DAL || 906 miles/1458 km || 2 hours, 19 minutes | Note: The flight time and distance might differ from airlines to airlines based on speed of their airplanes and the route they take. Moreover, the time refers to the time spent in air. It does not include take-off and landing timings. Mind the layover time while booking your ticket with a connecting flight and also the time difference. DFW is one hour behind Atlanta.
How to Book Cheap Flights from Atlanta to Dallas?
Though Cheapfaremart has got an intelligent flight booking engine to help you search for the best economy, premium economy, business class, and first class flight deals, applying some flight booking practices based on a real-life experience you can save big on your booking.
1. Search airfare as a single passenger
Against a flight search query comprising multiple passengers, airlines always show the fare which is the highest of the number of seats required. For example, if your flight search was for 4 passengers, and the cost of available seats is $80, $70, $70 and $90 respectively, the airline will show the fares of all 4 seats as flat $90, not the aggregate of the four seats. When you search for one passenger, you will be shown $70. Add rest of the passengers to the reservation form and save big on your air tickets.
2. Flying with a redeye flight could be a money saver
Everyone loves sleeping. It could be an opportunity for you to save money on your plane ticket purchases. Booking your flight ticket with a flight that departs late night or in the early morning can help you save more. Such a flight is usually referred to as a redeye flight
3. Look for a mid-weekday flight
On a midweek day like Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays, you are likely to find the cost of a plane ticket to Dallas from Atlanta available at a cheaper rate than that on weekends. The reason is obvious. Weekends draw in a lot of traffic from nearby cities.
Winter, from November to February, is the cheapest season to visit Dallas. However, the lower limit of the temperature hits as low as the mid-30s. Keeping this in mind, you should schedule your Dallas holiday either in the autumn or spring. Summer is the most popular time.
5. Fly with a budget airline
From ATL to DFW or ATL to DAL – no matter what flight route you choose, you have a low-cost airline to go for on each. Spirit Airlines rule the ATL to DFW and Southwest the other one. With flight booking window opening as early as 331 days ahead of the flight departure, you have plenty of time to secure your plane ticket to Dallas.