Cheap Flights from Dallas Love Field to San Antonio International in 2019

Flight information Dallas Love Field to San Antonio International

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Average flight time, total distance 247 miles

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Southwest Airlines

San Antonio International

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Fly From Dallas Love Field to San Antonio International Airport

If you live in Dallas and want to explore another city in Texas, book flights from Dallas Love Field (DAL) to San Antonio International Airport (SAT). San Antonio is home to a lively nightlife scene as well as many attractions and museums that can shed light onto how the American West was shaped. Southwest Airlines flies nonstop from Dallas Love Field (DAL) to San Antonio International Airport (SAT). These flights take about one hour. Other airlines, like United, can get you from Dallas Love Field (DAL) to San Antonio International Airport (SAT) with a layover.

Facilities at San Antonio International Airport

Delta and Mesa Airlines are some of the carriers that operate flights from Dallas Love Field (DAL) to San Antonio International Airport (SAT). When you land, you'll be in either Terminal A or B. Terminal B houses American Airlines, and many other carriers fly into Terminal A. Gates, shops, restaurants and baggage claim are all located under the same roof, so you can walk to wherever you need to go. Taxis will be waiting for you, and cab fare to the downtown area should cost between $25 and $30. You could also take a VIA Metropolitan Transit streetcar or a shared shuttle bus to your hotel.

Things to Do Near San Antonio International Airport

The River Walk is located in Downtown and consists of an extended network of walkways that travel along the San Antonio River. On either side of the water are restaurants, shops, hotels and clubs that remain busy well into the night. From the River Walk, you can get to the San Antonio Museum of Art, the HemisFair Park and the Arneson River Theater. An afternoon spent at The Alamo, also located Downtown, can give you a greater appreciation for frontier life. The Alamo and its neighboring Alamo Gardens are open to the public. A trip to the Buckhorn Museum and the Texas Ranger Museum should also be on any history buff's to-do list. Other hotels in San Antonio are concentrated around the SeaWorld and Six Flags amusement parks.

Hints and Tips for San Antonio International Airport

The city comes alive during Fiesta San Antonio, a city-wide party held every April. Street fairs, musical performances and parades are held, bringing community members and visitors together. You'll also find big crowds on the River Walk during Independence Day, Easter and Memorial Day. The city loves its basketball team, the Spurs, which plays at the AT&T Center on the eastern side of town.

Because the region was once a part of Mexico, the local cuisine features many Mexican staples like slowly roasted pork and chicken, fresh vegetables and tasty rice dishes. A couple can enjoy a meal for under $35 at many restaurants. Some establishments feature live music in the evenings, and the songs often have an upbeat Latin rhythm.

San Antonio has warm weather all year long. In the summer, highs soar to 95 degrees Fahrenheit. In the winter, temperatures drop to a mild 62 degrees Fahrenheit.

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