Cheap Flights from Austin-Bergstrom to Dallas
Flight information Austin-Bergstrom to Dallas
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Average flight time, total distance 188 miles
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Dallas Fort Worth International and Dallas Love Field
Dallas, the second largest city in Texas, is home to more shopping centers per capita than any other city in the USA. If you’re flying from Austin, it will only take about an hour in the air to make the 200-mile journey to Dallas.
Since it’s only a short trip, it makes sense to take a direct flight. American Airlines offers 100 weekly non-stop flights from Austin to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW.) You can also fly non-stop with Southwest Airlinesbetween Austin and Dallas Love Field (DAL). Southwest has 66 flights on this route every week.
Making your way to Austin-Bergstrom
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is only about five miles away from the city center, so it’s usually an easy trip. You can expect a 30-minute drive, depending on traffic. Once you get there, you can choose from many different options for parking. The economy lot costs $7 a day, and there’s a free shuttle to the passenger terminal. Public transport to AUS is also quite convenient. There’s a MetroAirport bus service which runs every 30 minutes between downtown and Austin-Bergstrom. It’s a 20- to 30-minute trip, depending on your point of origin, and there is plenty of dedicated space for luggage. A one-way ticket costs $1.75.
Small, easy to navigate, and dedicated to passenger comfort, Austin’s airport is a favorite with travelers. You get 90 consecutive minutes of free WiFi, and the airport boasts a healthy variety of bars and restaurants, with a strong focus on local food and drink. Austin takes its reputation as the country’s live music capital pretty seriously: during the week live bands play on the various stages around the airport as a part of the “Music in the Air” program.
Arriving in Dallas
This giant of a city is legendary, with a special place in the American psyche. On the frivolous side, the iconic night time soap that shared its name cemented Dallas in our imaginations as a place of success, excess, and intrigue. The heartbreaking events of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination earned the city a solemn place in the nation’s history.
Those in search of an upscale experience have picked the right destination. All that oil money is still around, and the city’s exclusive restaurants, nightclubs and shopping malls make it easy to spoil yourself silly. Art and history buffs will find its excellent museums to be a not-to-be-missed experience. From a historical perspective, The Kennedy Memorial and The Sixth Floor Museum offer a unique look at the events of that fateful day.
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