|Flying Time||2 h and 33 m||When flying from Chicago to Dallas, this can take around 2 h and 33 m in flying time, however this flight duration can vary due to other factors|
|Cheapest flight||$37||The best price for flights from Chicago to Dallas offered by eDreams, which have been found by our customers in the last 3 days|
|Departure Airport||O'hare International Airport||O'hare International Airport is where you'll take off from when flying from Chicago to Dallas|
|Arrival Airport||Dallas Ft Worth International||You'll land at Dallas Ft Worth International when flying from Chicago to Dallas|
Chicago, 'The Windy City' is the third most populous city in the US. Its biggest airport, O'Hare International Airport, is the 4th busiest in the world in terms of passenger volume. Chicagoland or Chicago Metropolitan Area is famed for its multi-ethnicity, strong food culture, fine arts and outstanding architecture. Flights from Chicago to Dallas take off from two main airports: O'Hare International Airport and Midway International Airport. O'Hare has four terminals, 186 gates and 215 concessions. Midway is smaller with only 43 gates, three concourses and 50 concessions. It is closer to the city center.
You have the option of using several types of transportation to get to O'Hare or Midway. The Blue Line of the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) goes directly into O'Hare with the airport station connecting Terminals 1, 2 and 3. Terminal 5 is accessed by free airport shuttle trains. Alternatively, you can take the Metra Rail, PACE Suburban Bus, shuttle, taxi, limousine service or regional bus. To get to Midway Airport, hop on the Orange Line of the CTA. The station is next to the terminal building and connected by a covered walkway. Other options include PACE, shuttle and cabs. A connection between the two airports can be made by taxi or by using the CTA.
Dallas is a remarkable city known for its architecture, art institutions and parks. If you are only visiting the city for a few days, it will be difficult to cram everything in as there is much to keep you occupied. Get your adrenaline high at Speedzone, introduce youngsters to the Dallas Children's Theater or Perot Museum of Nature and Science. Afterwards, relax at the Arboretum. With a good selection of museums, arts and culture lovers can spend an entire weekend browsing through collections at Meadows or the African American Museums. Shoppers will love the abundant shopping villages and malls, while diners will enjoy the amazing range of international cuisine served at restaurants.
Dallas is served by two major airports: Dallas-Fort Worth Airport (DFW) and Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL). The latter is the smaller airport and caters mainly to domestic flights. DFW is located 25 miles northwest of the city center while DAL is only six miles away from downtown. For passengers arriving at DFW, take the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) from the lower level of Terminal A, entry A10 to get downtown. The Trinity Railway Express (TRE) connects Dallas and the Fort Worth Area. Other means of getting to the city include taxis, shared rides and rental cars. From DAL, you can take DART, a taxi or hire a limousine to get to the center.