Cheap Flights from Dallas to Detroit
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- Wed, Oct 23DFWDTWTue, Oct 29DTWDFWSpirit AirlinesDirectfrom $113
- Sat, Oct 26DFWDTWTue, Oct 29DTWDFWSpirit AirlinesDirectfrom $113
- Thu, Nov 14DFWDTWMon, Nov 18DTWDFWSpirit AirlinesDirectfrom $113
Flight information Dallas to Detroit
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Average flight time, total distance 994 miles
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Detroit Wayne County and Detroit City
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Fly from Dallas to Detroit
Detroit is a mid-sized city that’s the largest in Michigan and on the border between the United States and Canada. This capital of the automotive industry experienced a decline in the latter half of the 20th century but has recently sprung back with a renaissance of urban development. A dramatic drop in population led to vacant buildings and reduced city services, but residents have counteracted this with a thriving urban gardening scene and renovations of historic buildings. One of the most noted improvements are the all-LED street lights, of which Detroit is the largest city in the United States to have.
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Facilities at Dallas and Detroit
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is one of the busiest in the world and is quite expansive, being larger than the island of Manhattan. Terminals A through E are connected by the Skylink Train and each host a variety of shopping and dining options.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is a large airport situated in the suburbs that serves destinations throughout the globe. Concourses A, B and C are housed in the McNamara Terminal, and Concourse D is contained in the North Terminal. A shuttle connects the two terminals, both of which have plenty of dining and vending machine options. McNamara Terminal has features such as a connected hotel and choreographed musical Light Tunnel, and North Terminal has a pet relief center for those traveling with animals.
Travel from Detroit Metropolitan Airport
Bus routes 125 and 280 operated by the Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation, or SMART, can take you from the airport into the metro area of Detroit. There are also plenty of shuttles that can take you not only to hotels, but also to rental car company locations and even to locations in southern Ontario. By car and taxi you can connect to I-94 and I-275.
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Hints and Tips for Detroit
This diverse cultural center of the Midwest offers much to see and do for visitors. Music buffs will already know that this city is the birthplace of a number of musical forms such as Motown and techno music, and also is the home for many well-known hip hop, punk and garage rock performers. Drop by a low-key local show, or check out the Detroit Electronic Music Festival in late May.
There are many other festivals occurring throughout the year. The Thanksgiving Parade is one of the largest in the country and dates from 1924. Detroit’s version of Mardi Gras is called Paczki Day and is dedicated to the eponymous jelly-filled donuts that hail from the city’s large Polish-American population. The Detroit Hair Wars is a fashion-forward event that pays tribute to the rich hair culture nurtured by the city’s African-American population, where visitors can be amazed by elaborate hairpieces that defy imagination.
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