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Flights from Los Angeles to Dallas

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Departure Fri, 03 May Return Mon, 06 May
LAX Los Angeles
DAL Dallas
return from $178
Departure Thu, 25 Apr Return Sun, 28 Apr
LAX Los Angeles
DFW Dallas
return from $122
Departure Sat, 25 May Return Sat, 01 Jun
LAX Los Angeles
DAL Dallas
return from $310
Departure Sat, 25 May Return Sat, 01 Jun
LAX Los Angeles
DFW Dallas
return from $176
Route information
As one of the top ten largest cities in the US, Dallas is an exciting and progressive city that never bores.
Local currency and cost comparison
Train
Local, one-way ticket
57%

Trains are 57% more expensive in Dallas than in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles
$1.75
Dallas
$2.75
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
16%

A meal in Dallas is 16% cheaper than a meal in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles
$15
Dallas
$12.67
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
3%

Taxis are 3% more expensive in Dallas than in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles
$3
Dallas
$3.1
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
8%

Coffee in Dallas is 8% cheaper than in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles
$4.36
Dallas
$4.02
( Los Angeles airports
  • ? Los Angeles Intl Airport (LAX)
    How far from city center: 12 miles
  • ? Whiteman (WHP)
    How far from city center: 17 miles
  • ? Citicorp (JCX)
    How far from city center: 1 miles
  • ? Van Nuys (VNY)
    How far from city center: 18 miles
) Dallas airports
  • ? Dallas Ft Worth International (DFW)
    How far from city center: 16 miles
  • ? Meacham Field (FTW)
    How far from city center: 6 miles
  • ? Redbird (RBD)
    How far from city center: 8 miles
  • ? Dallas North (DNE)
    How far from city center: 30 miles
  • ? Addison (ADS)
    How far from city center: 6 miles
  • ? Ft Worth Alliance (AFW)
    How far from city center: 18 miles
L Distance: 1238 miles

Going to and from the airports

Flights from Los Angeles

Los Angeles is where the Angels of Anaheim walk among the Stars of Hollywood. It is no wonder that Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is ranked as one of the top ten busiest airports in the world. With nine terminals, including the Tom Bradley International Terminal, LAX services hundreds of flights in and out of the United States daily.

LAX started as a general aviation field in 1928 and has undergone vast modernization and expansion projects over the decades. With its very own art exhibitions, shops, restaurants and courtesy shuttle services between terminals, flights to Dallas from Los Angeles are just a hop, skip and a jump away.

Travelling to Los Angeles airport

LAX is situated southwest of Downtown Los Angeles, on the coast of the Pacific Ocean, and is nestled northwest of the intersection of I-405 and I-105. The airport is sandwiched to the south of the beautiful neighborhood of Westchester and the north of the beach city of El Segundo.

Apart from public transportation, such as taxis and shared rides, your trip from Los Angeles to Dallas can start with the daily LAX FlyAway buses. There are regularly scheduled, round trips between locations within Los Angeles and each terminal. The Metro Green Line Aviation Station provides free shuttle buses for those who come by subway.

Reaching Dallas

When it comes to scale, Dallas is the ninth largest city in America and the third in Texas. It is the birth place of the integrated circuit computer chip, also known as the microchip, the home of celebrities and the site of the Trinity River Corridor Project, which will rival New York's Central Park in size ten-fold.

Dallas offers much in shopping, night life and unique entertainment. Have you ever been to a jousting tournament? Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament is a unique venue that offers feasts and epic battles. How About Masque, the luxury lounge boutique and night club where themed staff serve you as you enjoy the entertainment?

Getting to the city center

Flights from Los Angeles are expected to land at either one of two airports. Dallas Love Field Airport, which has two terminals, is closer and is situated to the northwest of Uptown Dallas. Dallas Ft Worth International Airport, with five terminals, is further northwest and halfway between Dallas and the city of Fort Worth.

Both airports feature convenient parking lots, taxi stands and rental cars. The Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) rail service can be reached from both airports and runs through many sights and landmarks. Ft Worth International Airport has an added service with the Trinity Railway Express (TRE) and runs between Fort Worth and Dallas while making several convenient sightseeing stops.

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