Cheap Flights from San Diego to Dallas
Flight information San Diego to Dallas
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average flight time from San Diego to Dallas, total distance 1176 miles
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Dallas Fort Worth International and Dallas Love Field
Flying from sunny San Diego to the big skies of Dallas? Your flight route from the West Coast to the north of the Lone Star State connects two interesting and diverse cities. In Dallas, you’ll find a fantastic mixture of vibrant art scenes, cool jazz, and the spicy flavors of Tex-Mex cuisine to tempt all your palates. Have a look at the tips below before you book your flight to make sure you know all your options, so your journey is stress free.
Flight Route Options
All direct flight routes from San Diego to Dallas connect to Dallas Fort Worth airport (DFW), although flights with connections are also available if you wish to fly into Dallas Love Field. Direct flights last around 3 hours, and are carried by American, Spirit, Alaska, and Southwest Airlines.
Getting to San Diego Airport
If you’re driving to San Diego Airport, there are plenty of options for short-term and long-term parking, as well as curbside drop-off and valet parking. Public transportation is also available thanks to Amtrak Intercity and Coaster, which can bring you in from as far as L.A. If you want to soak in some last drops of sunshine before you board your flight, the city even provides a shared-use path so pedestrians and cyclists can make their way to the airport from locations throughout Little Italy, Downtown San Diego, Liberty Station and Point Loma. This scenic route takes you past the San Diego Bay and Spanish Landing Park, and if you’re biking, the airport even provides bike racks and lockers to keep your wheels safe for your return.
Arriving in Dallas
From Dallas Fort Worth, you can catch the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) train or the Trinity Railway Express (TRE) to make your way
to the bright lights of downtown Dallas. Tickets are reasonable, and available from kiosks in the airport, or on your phone or mobile device thanks to the GoPass app. The airport also offers convenient parking options, along with curbside pick-up, should you have a party coming to meet you. Taxis are also available, and if you want to explore Dallas on your own terms, why not check out what rental cars are available to you with Skyscanner’s handy car rental searcher.
Dallas, in the Central Time Zone, is two hours ahead of San Diego, so you’ll lose two hours in flight.
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