Beginning of main content
Trip Type
Flight 1
Flight 2
Flight 3
Flight 4
Flight 5

Search over 1,000,000 properties worldwide and 550 airlines worldwide

Search over a million flights, hotels, packages, and more

No Expedia cancellation fee to change or cancel almost any hotel reservation.


Cheap round-trip flights to Dallas

These prices were available within the past 7 days. Prices quoted are per person, return, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Why Book a Flight to Dallas?

Upscale and packing a huge cultural punch, Dallas is renowned around the world for the eponymous 1980s TV show and its all-conquering Cowboys football team. But there’s more to the city than meets the eye. The museums are excellent, and the huge Arts District is a real creative hub.


When is the Best Time to Book Flights to Dallas?

This is Texas, so expect sweltering summers and mild winters. It is usually best to avoid the high summer season in the city and enjoy a more comfortable trip without that scorching heat. Early spring is a good time to visit, with lower temperatures and better deals available on accommodation. There’s also a big choice of cheap flights to Dallas at this time.

As spring turns to summer that’s when the most of the city’s visitors start arriving so it’s a good idea to book early. If you want to avoid the crowds the rest of the year, then it might be best to give Christmas and Memorial Day weekend a miss.


How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Dallas?

You can find a huge selection of cheap flights to Dallas. On our search page, enter your preferred departure airports from the UK and select one or all of the Dallas airports as your destination. Choose your dates and number of travellers and you’ll be able to see a range of flights in order of price, duration, arrivals or departures by using the filters on the left side of the page.

If you can be flexible about your departure or arrival airports, use the ‘Nearby airports’ buttons under the search bars to broaden your flight search. You can also click the ‘Show flexible dates’ button above the results to see if it’s cheaper flying on different days.


What are the Main UK Departures to Dallas?

There are regular departures to Dallas from a choice of UK airports.

These include:


What are the Main Airports in Dallas?

There are two major international airports serving the city.

Dallas/Fort Worth is the largest, serving around 67 million passengers a year, making it one of the busiest airports in the world. It is located roughly half way between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, with good road, bus and road connections to onward destinations.

Dallas Love Field is the smaller of the two, but located conveniently just six miles northwest of the downtown area. The airport is connected to the DART public transport network, with the 524 bus route running regular services to and from the city. The Orange and Green light rail lines also connect to the airport.


Which Airlines Fly to Dallas?

Several major airlines offer affordable flights to Dallas from the UK, including;


How do You Get to and Around Dallas?

Once you have landed in either of the main international airports there are multiple options for getting to and around in Dallas.

The DART system has really improved the public transport network across the vast and sprawling city. The bus and light rail services expand outwards from the downtown area with single rides for less than a couple of dollars and day tickets for around three.

In the downtown area, the free McKinney Avenue Streetcar Service, also known as the M-line trolley, travels from the Arts District to the West Village.

If you want to visit any of the major shopping centres to the north of the city or in the outlying areas, then it might be best to rent a car. Rental agencies are available at both major airports and in the city centre. Cabs are harder to get than in some other US cities but will usually be available at most of the larger hotels.


What are the Must-sees in Dallas?

The Sixth Floor Museum is located in the Dallas County Administration Building and features a comprehensive exhibition on the presidency and assassination of JFK, believed to have been carried out from this very spot. It is a poignant reminder of one of the most shocking incidents of the 20th century.

Head to the Arts District, a huge complex of cultural attractions including the Dallas Museum of Art. Its collection ranges from the ancient to the contemporary. You can also find the Symphony Center and Winspear Opera House here, just a short walk north of the downtown area.


What are Tips for Travelling in Dallas?

Dallas runs on Central Standard Time with Daylight Savings Time applicable at certain times of the year. Visitors from the UK will not need a visa for stays of less than 90 days.

 

Flights to Dallas information

Destination Airport Dallas-Fort Worth Intl.
Destination Airport IATA Code DFW
Destination City Name Dallas

Reviews from verified customers

Aug 12, 2019

If only the cabin crew could be a bit friendlier. Everything else was great

Jun 29, 2019

Luggage lost for 24hours

May 31, 2019

Setting in business is fantastic with AA

May 22, 2019

Why charge an extra 45 pounds for a checked bag then after the holiday charge a further 59 dollars for the bag going home to the UK, what happens if you couldn't pay it

Mar 23, 2019

Overall a good and easy flight

Mar 14, 2019

Missed connecting flight due to very slow processing at DFW

Mar 13, 2019

Casual staff. Helpful.

Feb 6, 2019

My screen was not working so I was moved to a new seat. Staff we very helpful.

Jan 22, 2019

Really helpful and friendly staff helped me make my connecting flight

Dec 31, 2018

Great trip.... thank you