Cheap Flights from Houston to Dallas in 2019
Flight information Houston to Dallas
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Average flight time, total distance 231 miles
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A short, 42-minute trip southeast will take you from the sprawling metropolis of Dallas, one of the largest urban areas in the country and a growing economic hub, to Houston, Texas’ most populated city. The total distance between these major tourist zones of the south is 231 miles. Gate to gate elapsed times average 55 minutes, so allot an hour for your total departure/arrival on flights from Dallas to Houston.
While they both are classified under the same subtropical climate category, it should be mentioned that Houston lies close to the Gulf of Mexico, and is thus more susceptible to the humid marine air masses that move in from the coast. Dallas is prone to these as well, but typically has drier air.
There are two airfields in Dallas that passengers can depart from, these being Dallas Love Field and Dallas/Fort Worth International. The latter is the larger and more frequented airport. Three airliners offer Dallas to Houston flights, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and United Airlines.
Heading out of Dallas
Dallas/Fort Worth International is the central flight hub for American Airlines, which houses its headquarters nearby. The land area of the airport is a staggering 30 square miles, making it the second largest in the country; it has its own zip code! It is also the third busiest in the world as far as total aircraft movements are concerned.
The airport can be accessed from the south on State Highway 183, or by 114 and Interstate 635 from the north. There are a grand total of 5 terminals and 165 passenger gates at the facility, but it has the potential to accommodate to up to 13 and 260 respectively.
Parents will find many family-friendly activities in the airport, including a McDonald’s play area by Gate D33 and DFW Children’s Play area near gate D10. Dallas/Fort Worth International also spent millions on a comprehensive Public Art Program. Passengers can observe a wide selection of pieces created by domestic and foreign artists.
Having fun in Houston
Home of the NASA Space Center, Space City has long been a major tourist destination. Houston is full of great museums, among these including The Houston Museum of Natural Science, Museum of Fine Arts, and The Menil Collection.
Hermann Park is the city’s original public park, and it is outfitted with multiple running trails and picnic areas. To stay cool on those hot summer days, visitors should pay a visit to the Water Wall. As for sports, the Astrodome, of course, attracts millions of tourists every year!
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