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Dallas, Texas, USA: Overview

Dallas is a city in the U.S. state of Texas. it is the ninth most-populous city in the U.S. and third in Texas after Houston and San Antonio. This is an inland metropolitan area with no access to the sea.

Fort Worth is a nearby area of Dallas. Both progressed on the development path simultaneously due the inception of major railroad lines through the area allowing access to cotton, cattle and later oil in North and East Texas.

Dallas has a humid subtropical climate (Köppen climate classification: Cfa)

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Airport in Dallas-Fort Worth

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

Airport Code: DFW

Location: The airport is located at halfway distance between Dallas and Fort Worth.

Hub for:  American Airlines

Focus city for: Spirit Airlines and Sun Country Airlines

Popularity: DFW is the largest hub of American Airline, and second largest airline hub in the world after Delta’s ATL.

Top Attractions in Dallas

1. Dallas World Aquarium

The Dallas World Aquarium combines two worlds – zoo and aquarium. The zoo is located on the upper level, while the aquarium sits in the lower level. Besides housing endangered animal species like electric eels, caecilians, tamarins, poison dart frogs, Orinoco crocodiles, and vampire bats, it serves as an artificial reproduction of the Orinoco Rainforest.

The lower level is the new address of global aquatic diversity. The exhibits include gigantic water tank featuring water life of Japan, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, British Columbia, the Bahamas, Fiji, Palau, Southern Australia, Lord Howe Island, and the Solomon Islands. Meet fish, sea anemones, coral, jellyfish, and other sea animals from around the world. Visitors enjoy feeding and talking to the creatures. There are different time slots when you can connect with them.

2. Klyde Warren Park

Klyde Warren Park is a 5.2-acre (2.1 ha) public park in Downtown Dallas, Texas. The park is characterized by its green space over the Woodall Rodgers Freeway or Spur 366. It provides connectivity to the city’s flourishing Arts District from other neighborhoods. The park also serves as a grand venue for cultural events and experiences and attracts tourists, both locals and visitors. Leave your kid for an incredibly fun-filled experience at the Children’s Park. The place has a lot of amusements everywhere – a storytelling tree, a multi-dimensional playground, a caterpillar fountain, a merry-go-round and lots of playthings and climbing activities.

3. Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Visit this natural history and science museum to explore the diversity of life on the planet. It has 10 permanent exhibit halls and 14 temporary exhibit halls. Permanent exhibit halls are as follows: Moody Family Children’s Museum, Sports, Discovering Life, Being Human, Texas Instruments Engineering and Innovation, The Rees-Jones Foundation Dynamic Earth, Lyda Hill Gems and Minerals, Tom Hunt Energy, T. Boone Pickens Life Then and Now, Expanding Universe, Rose Hall of Birds. If you are visiting Dallas with kids, let them enjoy Dallas Skyline Climber, allows kids to traverse a miniature Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge and Sports Run is a 55-foot interactive video exhibit where participants will be able to race Felix Jones.

4. Cavanaugh Flight Museum

The Cavanaugh Flight Museum is a non-profit aviation museum in Addison, Texas focused on promoting aviation studies and to perpetuating America’s aviation heritage. For families visiting Chicago with kids, this is a must-see and experience place. The museum restores, operates, maintains and displays historically-significant, vintage aircraft.

The highlight of the collection includes various military purpose aircraft, armor and vehicles used during World War I, World War II, Korean War and 1950s, Vietnam War and 1960s, along with civilian aircraft like Travel Air 4000 and Pitts Special that will leave you in a state of awe. You can make your kid’s birthday celebration special being at the museum. A reservation is required. Museum Hours: 9-5 Monday through Saturday; 11-5 on Sunday.

Enjoy rides on P-51 Mustang, Helicopter, O-2A Skymaster (a civil utility aircraft used for forwarding air control (FAC) and psychological operations (PSYOPS) by the US military between 1967 and 2010).

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. Which airline has the highest number of flights to Dallas?

A. American Airlines. Ranking of airlines by passenger traffic share according to the Department of Transportation (DOT) is provided below.

  • American (68.31)
  • Mesa (7.80)
  • Envoy Air (7.79%)
  • Spirit (4.52%)
  • Delta (3.31%)
  • Other (8.26%)

Q2. Can I find a nonstop flight to Dallas?

A. Yes. Top 10 US cities or airports with nonstop flights to Dallas are listed below

  • Los Angeles (CA), LAX
  • Chicago (IL), ORD
  • Atlanta (GA), ATL
  • New York (NY), JFK
  • Las Vegas (NV), LAS
  • Denver (CO), DEN
  • Phoenix (AZ), PHX
  • Orlando (FL), MCO
  • Miami (FL), MIA
  • Seattle (WA), SEA

Q2. How far is Dallas?

A. Flight distance and flight time between Dallas Fort Worth and a few popular US cities are as follows:

Flights to Dallas

Flight Distance

Flight Time

Time Difference


3,784 miles/6090 km

7 hours DFW is 5 hours



3,042 miles/4896 km

5 hours 51 minutes

DFW is 5 hours ahead


1,235 miles/1987 km

2 hours 33 minutes

DFW is 2 hours ahead


641 miles/1031 km

1 hour 28 minutes

DFW is 1 hour ahead


802 miles/1290 km

1 hour 56 minutes

No difference


1,391 miles/2239 km

3 hours 16 minutes

DFW is 1 hour behind

Q3. Which airline has the cheapest ticket to Dallas?

A. Spirit Airlines is the best carrier to get a ticket in budget. However, with multiple carriers serving Dallas, you have options to compare fares and amenities and find the cheapest flight. Make a wise comparison by keeping baggage policy, airfare rules, and other airline terms before confirming your reservation.

Q4. When is the best time to book the cheapest flight to Dallas?

A. Observing the fare trends, here is one important conclusion: booking your flight ticket too early, say, five to six months ahead of the departure flight is not going to help you do exceptional savings. On some routes, we have seen the fare remains almost constant. So how early you should book your airline ticket to Dallas. Well, booking your ticket eight to twelve weeks ahead of the departure date, may help you get a below average fare. Don’t wait for the last-minute.

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