Flights to Dallas

How to find cheap flights to Dallas

Although there are no direct flights to Texas, finding cheap flights to Dallas is an easy task with If you are flexible with your dates, search “whole month.” We will show you an overview of the selected month so that you can see on which day you can find the best deals to Dallas.

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Dallas Airport

Cheap flights to Dallas from Tel Aviv arrive at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), one of the busiest airports in the world. DFW Airport has five terminals, with the sixth in the plannings. International flights depart from Terminal C, check your terminal if you have a connecting flight via another US airport.

Take the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) from the airport to the city; a two-hour pass costs $2.50. It departs from Terminal A, and you can take the Terminal Link Shuttle from your terminal. If you rent a car, compare prices on Skyscanner Car Rental.

When to go to Dallas?

If you like the hot weather, this is the destination for you. From June to September the temperatures are well above 30. October and November are more pleasant, 20-26 degrees and the city is much less crowded. March and April have the same temperatures, but hotel prices can be higher due to the Cowboys football season. We have a solution for that too, use Skyscanner Hotels to compare hotels prices on Skyscanner Hotels. Your best chance to fetch cheap flights to Dallas is between December and February when the temperatures are around 14-16 degrees.

What to see and do in Dallas?

Cheap flights to Dallas will take you to the city where the Wild West meets cosmopolitan. When you come to Texas’ second city, you can forget about cowboys and pick-up trucks. Here it’s all about life’s upscale pleasures.

Everything's bigger in Texas and Dallas is no exception. Here you can find more shopping malls per capita than any other US city, and they are huge. There’s an excellent range of restaurants and dozens of impressive art galleries and museums for all tastes.

Clear at least one day if not more for the Six Flags amusement park. You can indulge in good old-fashioned fun at the state fair and visit the rodeo.

This information is correct as of November 2017

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