Flights from Dallas (Dallas) to Redding (RDD)

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Dallas/Fort Worth International (DFW) to Redding (RDD)
 Depart 04 Mar 16
 Return 07 Mar 16

Flying with American Airlines

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      Travel information for Dallas to Redding

      Photo of California   California
      Lowest ticket price forDallas to Redding$414
      Average deal price forDallas to Redding$414
      Flight duration forDallas to Redding5 hrs 47 mins
      Distance from Dallas to Redding1510 miles

        Facts and figures about flying from Dallas to Redding

      • The largest aircraft operating flights from Dallas to Redding is the Boeing 747-400 (Domestic)
      • The Canadair CRJ 700 is the smallest aircraft operating flights between Dallas and Redding
      • The average delay between Dallas and Redding is 50 mins
      • Flights from Dallas to Redding are cancelled 1.2% of the time
      • Each week American Airlines Inc. operates 297 flights from Dallas to Redding
      • Passengers are most likely to connect via San Francisco International, when flying between Dallas and Redding
      • From Dallas to Redding, the most frequently used aircraft is a Boeing 737-800 (winglets)
      • Flights between Dallas and Redding are rarely subject to diversions