Flights from Dallas Love Field (DAL) to Laredo International (LRD)

We compare hundreds of flights from Dallas Love Field to Laredo International from a range of airlines and travel agents to get you the best deals. Find cheap flights along this route.
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      Travel information for Dallas Love Field to Laredo International

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      Dallas Love Field to Laredo Internationalonly 399 miles
      Here are some alternative departure airports for Dallas Love Field
      • Only 0 miles separate Dallas Love Field from Fort Worth (FTW)
      • Only 7.4 miles separate Dallas Love Field from Dallas (DFW)
      • Only 88.5 miles separate Dallas Love Field from Waco (ACT)

        Facts and figures about flying from Dallas Love Field to Laredo International

      • When flying from Dallas Love Field to Laredo International, George Bush Intercontinental is the most common place passengers connect in
      • Every week SkyWest Airlines has 101 flights from Dallas Love Field to Laredo International
      • The Embraer ERJ 135/ERJ 140/ERJ 145 is the smallest aircraft operating flights between Dallas Love Field and Laredo International
      • If you’re flying between Dallas Love Field and Laredo International, keep in mind about 4% of flights along this route are diverted
      • The average delay time for flights between Dallas Love Field and Laredo International is 57 mins
      • For flights between Dallas Love Field and Laredo International, the typical cancellation rate is 2.3 percent
      • The majority of flights between Dallas Love Field and Laredo International are completed by a Canadair CRJ 700