They say everything's bigger in Texas, and Dallas does its best to prove that true with towering skyscrapers, immense stadiums and a larger-than-life entertainment scene that draws visitors from around the world. The city is home to the NFL's Dallas Cowboys and is also the site of Dealey Plaza and the 6th Floor Museum, which memorializes the events surrounding the assassination of JFK. Flights run daily from Atlanta to Dallas, letting you explore the rich history of this southern city with an attitude.
If you've booked a direct flight from Atlanta to Dallas, without any layovers, you can expect your flight to take about two hours and 15 minutes from departure to arrival.
The sky's the limit when it comes to finding an airline for your trip from Atlanta to Dallas. Major carriers include Delta, JetBlue, United, American and Spirit Airlines.
Flights from Atlanta to Dallas run daily, beginning as early as 6 a.m. EST. Depending upon your carrier, you can find multiple departure times throughout the week.
Dallas is served by two major airports: Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, on the west side of the city, and Dallas Love Field, nearer to the city center. Atlanta is home to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
You'll find the cheapest direct route from Atlanta to Dallas departing from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson and arriving at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. While flights from Atlanta to Dallas Love Field are available, they tend to be pricier and more sporadic.
While both Atlanta and Dallas are southern cities, Atlanta boasts a coastal vibe and Dallas is home to a cowboy mentality mixed in with upscale ideals when it comes to shopping and entertainment. Visit in the early fall, and you're in town at the right time to take part in the State Fair of Texas, celebrating all of the agriculture, arts and business that make the state proud. Shoppers can find their paradise among the high-end interior design shops that line the streets of Dallas' Design District. Grab an incredible dinner there, or head over to West Village for a unique food tour, featuring cultural offerings from a variety of restaurants. Dallas' weather is quite similar to that found in Atlanta, so you'll need a jacket in the late fall and winter and light clothing for travel in the spring and summer months.
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197 flight departures from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson to Dallas per day on average.
Early Morning (Midnight to 6am) - 3% of flight departures
Morning (6am - Noon) - 34% of flight departures
Afternoon (Noon - 6pm) - 39% of flight departures
Evening (6pm - Midnight) - 25% of flight departures
A nonstop flight takes up to 2 hours, covering a distance of 447 miles.