|Flying Time||2 h and 27 m||When flying from Dallas to Chicago, this can take around 2 h and 27 m in flying time, however this flight duration can vary due to other factors|
|Cheapest flight||$27||The best price for flights from Dallas to Chicago offered by eDreams, which have been found by our customers in the last 3 days|
|Departure Airport||Dallas Ft Worth International||Dallas Ft Worth International is where you'll take off from when flying from Dallas to Chicago|
|Arrival Airport||O'hare International Airport||You'll land at O'hare International Airport when flying from Dallas to Chicago|
Dallas is a modern city in North Texas that is an important economic and cultural hub. It is known for its multi-cultural diversity, fantastic food, art and history. The city is served by two airports: Dallas Fort-Worth International Airport (DFW) and Dallas Love Field (DLF). DFW is the hub of American Airlines while Southwest Airlines is in DLF. The DFW Airport is equipped with 7 runways, 4 terminals (A, B, C and D) and 165 gates. It operates flights to 213 destinations and there are 25 carriers represented, 10 domestic and 15 international airlines DLF Airport, on the other hand, has 2 terminals and 3 runways. It offers flight services to 19 US destinations.
To get to DFW, you have the option of using the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) or Trinity Railway Express (TRE). Take the Orange Line to get to DFW or, if using TRE, catch a ride at Union Station or T&;ampP Station. Travel times of the two options vary depending on traffic conditions. Passengers on flights from Dallas to Chicago can also take a taxi, limousine or shared ride service to get there. From downtown to Dallas Love Airport, you can go to Union Station, hop on the DART Red Line and get off at West End station to catch the Orange Line to Love Field.
A trip to Chicago will probably spoil you with Epicurean delights. The city is known for its amazing food repertoire as well as art and history. Admire contemporary architecture, such as the John Hancock Building and Marina Fountain, or absorb the haunting sounds of jazz music at a club. Relax at one of the many parks, cycle through them or just lie on the grass along Lake Michigan and Lakeshore Drive. There is always something to arouse your curiosity when you are in the city, from a day at North Beach to a night of partying.
O'Hare and Midway International Airports are the main airports serving the Chicagoland area with each hub offering several modes of transport to move towards the city center. Of the two, Midway International Airport is nearer to the center. The most convenient way is to take advantage of the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) lines that offer direct access to downtown Chicago – take the Blue Line from O'Hare and hop on the Orange Line from Midway. Normal travel time on the Blue Line is approximately 40-45 minutes. On the Orange Line, it is 20-25 minutes. Shuttles, rental cars, limos and Transport Network Providers (TNP) are also easy ways to reach downtown from the two airports.