Cheap Flights from San Antonio International to Dallas
Flight information San Antonio International to Dallas
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Average flight time, total distance 247 miles
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Dallas Fort Worth International and Dallas Love Field
The glamorous allure of Dallas beckons. Leave behind the lazy riverside afternoons of San Antonio for a weekend. It’s a quick flight: the 300 miles between the cities disappear in just an hour’s in-flight time.
The busiest San Antonio to Dallas route is operated by American Airlines, which offers 100 direct flights between the San Antonio International Airport(SAT) and Dallas/Fr. Worth Airport(DFW) every week. Southwest, flying from SAT to Dallas Love Field (DAL), has 80 weekly non-stop flights from which to choose.
Making your way to San Antonio International
Flying out of San Antonio International Airport is usually a simple and pleasant experience. The airport is small, well managed, and easy to get around. It is made up of two terminals, A and B, which are connected under the same roof. If you’ve got any questions, you can rely on the friendly help of one of the airport’s “Ambassadors,” cowboy-hat-wearing advice-slinging volunteers. You can enjoy free WiFi throughout the airport, and if you’ve got an animal along with you, there are two animal relief areas.
SAT is about 8 miles north of downtown San Antonio with plenty of parking at the airport. You can also use the GO Airport Shuttle, which departs from various downtown hotels, and costs $20.25 per passenger one way. The average taxi fare for the same trip is about $30. It’s also possible to catch the VIA Line 5 bus, which runs between downtown and Terminal B. Fare is $1.20 and exact change is required. This service operates between 5am and 10pm, every half hour during business hours, and every hour at other times.
Arriving in Dallas
Dallas looms large in the country’s imagination. Fictionalized, it was the setting for the cultural phenomenon which shared its name, the television show which led the country (and the world) to imagine Dallas as an epicenter of wealth and drama. In real life, it played a heart-rending role as the backdrop to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Decades after both of these events, it remains something of an icon.
The city’s strong history has made Dallas an important destination for history lovers. The Kennedy Memorials and The Sixth Floor Museum stand tribute to the solemn events of JFK’s death. On the lighter side, Dallas is full of tributes to American Capitalism, such as Neiman Marcus’s gorgeous flagship store. Shopping is something of a city pastime, so bring an extra suitcase.
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