Cheap Flights from Washington to Dallas
Flight information Washington to Dallas
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The flight route from Washington to Dallas is a popular one, with a variety of airports, airline companies, and flight times from which travelers can choose. It makes sense to compare cheap flights from Washington to Dallas using Skyscanner's search tools that let you find the cheapest days to travel during any given month. You can also set up price alerts on our site to stay aware of when airfares on your desired route fluctuate either up or down.
Airlines With Direct Flights From Washington To Dallas
You can find cheap, non-stop flights from Washington to Dallas on the following airlines:
- Alaska Airlines
- Virgin America
- American Airlines
Each of these airlines offers non-stop flights to Dallas from Washington. American and Southwest Airlines offer the most number of daily, direct flights from Washington to Dallas.
Departure Terminals For Washington To Dallas Flights
Most of the non-stop flights from Washington to Dallas originate at either Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) or Washington Ronald Reagan Airport (DCA). United Airlines, however, departs from Washington Dulles Airport (IAD) for this route, and American Airlines also has some flights leaving from IAD.
Baltimore Washington International: For flights leaving BWI, travelers arrive at the airport via either bus, rail, car, taxi, Uber, Lyft, or rideshare shuttles. There are daily, express, and long-term parking options at BWI, with courtesy shuttle buses to take you from parking garages to your airline entrance every 5-10 minutes. Depending upon your airline company, flights depart from either Concourse B, C, or D on this route. Passengers can relax prior to their flight at one of the Be Relax concessions offering spa services, such as massages, facials, in addition to hair, skin, and nail offerings.
Washington Ronald Reagan Airport (DCA): Travel to DCA airport via car, rideshare services, taxi, or public transit via Metrorail on the Blue and Yellow Lines. Ensure a parking spot at DCA, especially during peak travel times, by reserving a space ahead of time online. This airport has scheduled events to keep passengers entertained as they await their flight. Enjoy live music and singing at different locations throughout the airport. The Metro Station is conveniently located on Concourse Level 2 of the airport.
Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD): Fewer flights from Washington to Dallas leave from IAD airport. American Airlines and United Airlines flights on this route depart from Concourses B and D, respectively. There are a number of parking options at IAD, including hourly, daily, economy, and valet parking.
Flight Arrival Terminals at Dallas
Southwest, Virgin America, and Southwest Airlines have non-stop flights from Washington to Dallas that arrive at Dallas Love Field (DAL). Ground transportation at DAL includes taxis on the terminal's lower level, prearranged private car services, public transportation via Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), and numerous rental car agency services available via shuttles located on the terminal's lower level in the Rental Car Shuttle area.
For American, Spirit, and United Airlines flights landing at Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW), passengers will find the Rental Car Center near the airport's south entrance. Simply follow the Rental Car signs on the terminal's lower level and board the Rental Car shuttle bus that runs 24 hours a day, leaving every 5 minutes for the 10-minute ride to the center. You can also take the DART public transit from DFW by purchasing a pass at the DFW Airport Station kiosks or via your smartphone device using the GoPass App. There are many restaurant and shopping options at DFW.
Washington to Dallas: What To Expect
Be prepared for warmer climate when you arrive in Dallas, TX from Washington, DC. During August, temperatures in Dallas can average a high of between 90 and 100 degrees as compared to Washington's temperatures of approximately 85 degrees Fahrenheit. If you travel this route during the winter months, you may be moving from 25-degree temperatures to a city that experiences winter lows of about 42 degrees or higher. It tends to rain more in Dallas during May and October, so bring your umbrella when flying these times of the year.
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