Flights to Dallas, United States of America
Dallas is served by only 1 international airport, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Operational from the 1970s, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport took over Dallas Love Field as the city’s main air facility when it opened and today, Dallas Love Field serves as a domestic airport.
- Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is one of the biggest and busiest airports in the world, with an area larger than the entire island of Manhattan. Located about 50 kilometres from the city centre of Dallas, a taxi ride to the city should cost around USD 40-50 (SGD 55-70) and take about 30-60 minutes depending on traffic conditions.
- Dallas Love Field Airport is situated only about 10 kilometres from downtown Dallas, so a taxi ride there should cost USD 19 (SGD 27) and take about 15 minutes.
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Best Time to Visit Dallas
If there’s one season to avoid going to Dallas during, its summer. Known as a scorchingly uncomfortable time, summer brings temperatures of up to 35℃ and high humidities to boot. Choose instead to visit in spring - from March to May the weather is a pleasant 20-26℃, and outdoor parties are in full swing. You can enjoy the famously fun North Texas Irish Festival, a 3-day Celtic-themed celebration featuring local and international performances as well as live music acts. Not long after that is the Deep Ellum Arts Festival in April, one of the largest street parties and parades in Texas.
Things to do in Dallas
No trip to Dallas is complete without a visit to the Sixth Floor Museum, one of the city’s most iconic tourist attractions. The name stems from the museum’s location on the 6th floor of Dealey Plaza, and it’s famed for housing numerous exhibits, artefacts and photographs describing in depth the late President John F. Kennedy’s life, ideologies, work and assassination. Dealey Plaza is also believed to be the site from which the bullet that killed the President was fired, making it a fitting location for a museum celebrating his life.
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