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Cheap Flights from Dallas to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson in 2019

Flight information Dallas to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$66

Non-stop airlines

5

Flights per week

209

Average flight time, total distance 725 miles

1h 50min

Most popular airline last month

Delta

Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson

1 airport

Explore Atlanta

Atlanta Hotels

W Atlanta Downtown

14
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Atlanta Marriott Marquis

15
BusinessNightlife

W Atlanta Midtown

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On a direct flight, it only takes about an hour and 15 minutes in the air to travel from Dallas, Texas to Atlanta, Georgia. There are 720 miles between the two cities, and if you plan to fly from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) to Atlanta Hartsfield (ATL), both American and Delta offer a range of nonstop flights on the route. They both have over 60 services to choose from each week. Spirit Airlines also offers daily direct flights from DFW to ATL. For those would prefer to depart from Dallas Love Field (DAL), Delta has about 30 direct flights from Dallas to Atlanta each week.  

 

Making your way to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Love Field

 

Dallas/Fort Worth is by far the biggest airport in the region. Going by traffic, it’s the third-busiest airport in the world. Given the massive size and crowds, it can be intimidating, but the smart layout and easy transports around the airport make it fairly easy to navigate.

 

There are 5 terminals, designated A through D, and they are all connected by a free Skylink train running every 2 minutes and the free Terminal Link vans, which run every 10 minutes. There’s free wifi available throughout the entire airport, too. You can get to DFW via public transport. The DART Light Rail and the Trinity Railway Express commuter rail line both connect to the airport.

 

Dallas Love Field, by contrast, is a small, peaceful airport with one terminal. It’s really easy to get around, as well. The airport is only 6 miles from downtown Dallas and it’s possible to travel to DAL by public transportation. The airport is served by the DART's Love Link 524 bus route, which connects to the DART Rail Green Line and Orange Line.

 

Traffic in Dallas can be intense at almost any time of day, no matter which airport you choose. If you’re taking your car you’ll want to budget at least an hour’s driving time.

 

Arriving in Atlanta

 

Atlanta is a lot smaller than Dallas, but it holds its own against the biggest cities in the south. With excellent venues for shopping, dining, entertainment and nightlife, you’ll never be short of something to do in Atlanta.

 

The kids will adore the Georgia Aquarium, which is the largest facility of its type in the world, and there are also two Six Flags Adventure Parks nearby.

 

If the weather in “Hotlanta” is bearable, we suggest going for a hike at beautiful Stone Mountain Park, which also has several rides and attractions for the whole family.

 

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