Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (2023)

Dallas-Fort Worth Airport (IATA: DFW, ICAO: KDFW), also known as Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, is the largest airport in United States.Dallas-Fort Worth Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 260 destinations in 38 countries.

At present, there are 191 domestic flights from Dallas-Fort Worth.

The longest flight from Dallas-Fort Worth DFW is a 5,586 mile (8,990 km) non-stop route to Melbourne MEL. This direct flight takes around 17 hours and 35 minutes and is operated by Qantas.

In total there are 29 airlines flying from and to Dallas-Fort Worth. Most flights are operated by one of the following carriers:

Below you can find a list of the most popular destinations from Dallas-Fort Worth, based on the number of scheduled flights for this month.

There are 251 airports that have flights from Dallas-Fort Worth in Business Class. All airports that offer business class flights from DFW are listed below:

There is only one airport that has First Class flights from Dallas-Fort Worth, which is London Heathrow (LHR).

Dallas-Fort Worth has a great network of flights to destinations all over the world.

The following is an overview of all non-stop intercontinental flights operating from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW).

* Please note that there are no direct services between Dallas-Fort Worth and Africa, Southern Asia, South-Eastern Asia or Central Asia.

Non-stop flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Europe

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (1)American Airlines (Oneworld): year-round to Frankfurt (FRA), Dublin (DUB), London Heathrow (LHR), Rome (Fiumicino) (FCO), Madrid (MAD), Paris (CDG) and seasonal flights to Amsterdam (AMS).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (2)Lufthansa (Star Alliance): year-round to Frankfurt (FRA).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (3)British Airways (Oneworld): year-round to London Heathrow (LHR).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (4)Finnair (Oneworld): year-round to Helsinki (HEL).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (5)Iberia (Oneworld): year-round to Madrid (MAD).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (6)Air France (SkyTeam): year-round to Paris (CDG).

Non-stop flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Canada

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (7)American Airlines (Oneworld): year-round to Calgary (YYC), Montreal (YUL), Toronto (YYZ) and Vancouver (YVR).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (8)Air Canada (Star Alliance): year-round to Montreal (YUL), Toronto (YYZ) and seasonal flights to Vancouver (YVR).

Non-stop flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to South America

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (9)American Airlines is currently the only airline flying non-stop from Dallas-Fort Worth to Southern America. They fly year-round to Buenos Aires (EZE), São Paulo (GRU), Santiago de Chile (SCL), Bogotá (BOG) and Lima (LIM).

Non-stop flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Central America

American Airlines (Oneworld) has a significant network of flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Central America.

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (10)American Airlines (Oneworld): year-round to Belize City (BZE), Liberia (LIR), San José (SJO), San Salvador (SAL), Guatemala City (GUA), Roatan (RTB), seasonal flights to Acapulco (ACA), year-round flights to Aguascalientes (AGU), Cancún (CUN), Chihuahua (CUU), Cozumel (CZM), Durango (DGO), Guadalajara (GDL), seasonal flights to Huatulco (HUX), Ixtapa / Zihuatanejo (ZIH), year-round flights to León (BJX), seasonal flights to Loreto (LTO), Manzanillo (ZLO), year-round flights to Mazatlán (MZT), seasonal flights to Mérida (MID), year-round flights to Mexico City (MEX), Monterrey (MTY), Morelia (MLM), Oaxaca (OAX), Puerto Vallarta (PVR), Querétaro (QRO), San José del Cabo (SJD), San Luis Potosí (SLP), Torreón (TRC) and Zacatecas (ZCL).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (11)Avianca (Star Alliance): year-round to San Salvador (SAL).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (12)Aeromexico (SkyTeam): year-round to Mexico City (MEX).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (13)Frontier Airlines: year-round to Cancún (CUN).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (14)Spirit Airlines: seasonal flights to Cancún (CUN).

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Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (15)Sun Country Airlines: seasonal flights to Cancún (CUN).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (16)VivaAerobus: year-round to Monterrey (MTY).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (17)Volaris: year-round to Guadalajara (GDL) and Mexico City (MEX).

Non-stop flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to the Caribbean

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (18)American Airlines is currently the only airline flying non-stop from Dallas-Fort Worth to the Caribbean. They fly seasonal to Aruba (AUA), Nassau (NAS), year-round to Grand Cayman (GCM), seasonal to Punta Cana (PUJ), year-round to Montego Bay (MBJ), San Juan (SJU), seasonal to Sint Maarten (SXM), Saint Lucia (UVF), Providenciales (PLS) and year-round to Saint Thomas (STT).

Non-stop flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to the Middle-East / Western Asia

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (19)Emirates: year-round to Dubai (DXB).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (20)Qatar Airways (Oneworld): year-round to Doha (DOH).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (21)Turkish Airlines (Star Alliance): year-round to Istanbul (IST).

Non-stop flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to China

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (22)American Airlines is currently the only airline flying non-stop from Dallas-Fort Worth to China. They fly seasonal to Beijing Daxing (PKX) and Shanghai (PVG).

Non-stop flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Japan

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (23)American Airlines (Oneworld): seasonal flights to Tokyo (HND) and year-round flights to Tokyo (NRT).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (24)Japan Airlines (Oneworld): year-round to Tokyo (HND) and seasonal flights to Tokyo (NRT).

Non-stop flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to East Asia

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (25)American Airlines (Oneworld): year-round to Seoul (ICN).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (26)Korean Air (SkyTeam): year-round to Seoul (ICN).

Non-stop flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Australia / New Zealand / Oceania / the Pacific

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (27)American Airlines (Oneworld): seasonal flights to Auckland (AKL).

Direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) - FlightConnections (28)Qantas (Oneworld): seasonal flights to Melbourne (MEL) and year-round flights to Sydney (SYD).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Argentina

Buenos Aires is the only destination in Argentina with direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth. Direct flights to Buenos Aires are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Aruba

In Aruba, the only destination that has a direct flight from Dallas-Fort Worth is Aruba. Direct flights to Aruba are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld). This route is not operational yet but will start in November.

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Australia

There are 2 destinations in Australia that have non-stop flights from Dallas-Fort Worth.

To Melbourne and Sydney, you can fly with Qantas (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Bahamas

There is 1 destination in Bahamas that has a direct connection from Dallas-Fort Worth, which is Nassau. Direct flights to Nassau are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld). This route is not operational yet but will start in November.

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Belize

In Belize, the only destination that has a direct flight from Dallas-Fort Worth is Belize City. Direct flights to Belize City are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Brazil

São Paulo is the only destination in Brazil with direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth. Direct flights to São Paulo are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Canada

If you are looking for a direct flight from Dallas-Fort Worth to Canada, there are 4 destinations to choose from.

Direct flights to Calgary are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld).
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver are operated by Air Canada (Star Alliance) and American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Cayman Islands

There is 1 destination in Cayman Islands that has a direct connection from Dallas-Fort Worth, which is Grand Cayman. Direct flights to Grand Cayman are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Chile

Santiago de Chile is the only destination in Chile with direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth. Direct flights to Santiago de Chile are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to China

In China, there are 2 destinations from Dallas-Fort Worth.

To Beijing Daxing and Shanghai, you can fly with American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Colombia

In Colombia, the only destination that has a direct flight from Dallas-Fort Worth is Bogotá. Direct flights to Bogotá are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Costa Rica

If you are looking for a direct flight from Dallas-Fort Worth to Costa Rica, there are 2 destinations to choose from.

To Liberia and San José, you can fly with American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Dominican Republic

There is 1 destination in Dominican Republic that has a direct connection from Dallas-Fort Worth, which is Punta Cana. Direct flights to Punta Cana are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld). This route is not operational yet but will start in November.

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to El Salvador

In El Salvador, the only destination that has a direct flight from Dallas-Fort Worth is San Salvador. You can fly non-stop to San Salvador with American Airlines (Oneworld) or Avianca (Star Alliance).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Finland

Helsinki is the only destination in Finland with direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth. Direct flights to Helsinki are offered by Finnair (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to France

There is 1 destination in France that has a direct connection from Dallas-Fort Worth, which is Paris. You can fly non-stop to Paris with Air France (SkyTeam) or American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Germany

Frankfurt is the only destination in Germany with direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth. You can fly non-stop to Frankfurt with American Airlines (Oneworld) or Lufthansa (Star Alliance).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Guatemala

In Guatemala, the only destination that has a direct flight from Dallas-Fort Worth is Guatemala City. Direct flights to Guatemala City are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Honduras

There are 2 destinations in Honduras that have non-stop flights from Dallas-Fort Worth.

To Comayagua and Roatan, you can fly with American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Ireland

There is 1 destination in Ireland that has a direct connection from Dallas-Fort Worth, which is Dublin. Direct flights to Dublin are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Italy

In Italy, the only destination that has a direct flight from Dallas-Fort Worth is Rome (Fiumicino). Direct flights to Rome (Fiumicino) are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Jamaica

Montego Bay is the only destination in Jamaica with direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth. Direct flights to Montego Bay are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Japan

In Japan, there are 2 destinations from Dallas-Fort Worth.

To Tokyo and Tokyo, you can fly with American Airlines (Oneworld) and Japan Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Mexico

Mexico is well-connected to Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) with 24 destinations around the country that have direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth.

To Acapulco and Aguascalientes, you can fly with American Airlines (Oneworld).
From Dallas-Fort Worth to Cancún there are 4 airlines that have direct services, which are American Airlines (Oneworld), Frontier Airlines, Spirit Airlines and Sun Country Airlines.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Chihuahua, Cozumel and Durango are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
You can fly non-stop to Guadalajara with American Airlines (Oneworld) or Volaris.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Huatulco, Ixtapa / Zihuatanejo, León, Loreto, Manzanillo, Mazatlán and Mérida are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
Non-stop flights to Mexico City are offered by Aeromexico (SkyTeam), American Airlines (Oneworld) and Volaris.
You can fly non-stop to Monterrey with American Airlines (Oneworld) or VivaAerobus.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Morelia, Oaxaca, Puerto Vallarta, Querétaro, San José del Cabo, San Luis Potosí, Torreón and Zacatecas are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Netherlands

There is 1 destination in Netherlands that has a direct connection from Dallas-Fort Worth, which is Amsterdam. Direct flights to Amsterdam are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld). This is a seasonal route that started in May and ends in September.

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to New Zealand

Auckland is the only destination in New Zealand with direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth. Direct flights to Auckland are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld). This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in March.

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Peru

In Peru, the only destination that has a direct flight from Dallas-Fort Worth is Lima. Direct flights to Lima are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Puerto Rico

There is 1 destination in Puerto Rico that has a direct connection from Dallas-Fort Worth, which is San Juan. Direct flights to San Juan are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Qatar

In Qatar, the only destination that has a direct flight from Dallas-Fort Worth is Doha. Direct flights to Doha are offered by Qatar Airways (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Sint Maarten

Sint Maarten is the only destination in Sint Maarten with direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth. Direct flights to Sint Maarten are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld). This is a seasonal route that starts in November and ends in January.

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to South Korea

There is 1 destination in South Korea that has a direct connection from Dallas-Fort Worth, which is Seoul. You can fly non-stop to Seoul with American Airlines (Oneworld) or Korean Air (SkyTeam).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Spain

Madrid is the only destination in Spain with direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth. You can fly non-stop to Madrid with American Airlines (Oneworld) or Iberia (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to St. Lucia

In St. Lucia, the only destination that has a direct flight from Dallas-Fort Worth is Saint Lucia. Direct flights to Saint Lucia are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld). This is a seasonal route that starts in November and ends in April.

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Turkey

There is 1 destination in Turkey that has a direct connection from Dallas-Fort Worth, which is Istanbul. Direct flights to Istanbul are offered by Turkish Airlines (Star Alliance).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Turks & Caicos Islands

In Turks & Caicos Islands, the only destination that has a direct flight from Dallas-Fort Worth is Providenciales. Direct flights to Providenciales are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld). This route is not operational yet but will start in November.

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to U.S. Virgin Islands

Saint Thomas is the only destination in U.S. Virgin Islands with direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth. Direct flights to Saint Thomas are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to United Arab Emirates

There is 1 destination in United Arab Emirates that has a direct connection from Dallas-Fort Worth, which is Dubai. Direct flights to Dubai are offered by Emirates.

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to United Kingdom

London Heathrow is the only destination in United Kingdom with direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth. You can fly non-stop to London Heathrow with American Airlines (Oneworld) or British Airways (Oneworld).

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Flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to United States

You can fly domestically from Dallas-Fort Worth to a lot of airports within United States, as there is a total of 191 domestic destinations to choose from.

All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Abilene, Albuquerque, Alexandria, Amarillo, Anchorage, Asheville and Aspen are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
From Dallas-Fort Worth to Atlanta there are 4 airlines that have direct services, which are American Airlines (Oneworld), Delta (SkyTeam), Frontier Airlines and Spirit Airlines.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Augusta, Austin and Bakersfield are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
You can fly non-stop to Baltimore-Washington with American Airlines (Oneworld) or Spirit Airlines.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Baton Rouge, Beaumont / Port Arthur, Billings, Birmingham, Bismarck, Bloomington, Blountville (Bristol, Johnson, Kingsport) and Boise are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
Non-stop flights to Boston are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld), Delta (SkyTeam) and JetBlue.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Bozeman, Brownsville, Buffalo, Burbank and Burlington are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
You can fly non-stop from Dallas-Fort Worth to Carlsbad with Boutique Air.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Cedar Rapids, Champaign-Urbana, Charleston, Charlotte and Chattanooga are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
From Dallas-Fort Worth to Chicago there are 4 airlines that have direct services, which are Aer Lingus, American Airlines (Oneworld), Spirit Airlines and United Airlines (Star Alliance).
The only airline with direct flights to Chicago is Frontier Airlines.
To Cincinnati and Cleveland, you can fly with American Airlines (Oneworld).
Direct flights to Clovis are offered by Key Lime Air.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to College Station, Colorado Springs, Columbia, Columbia, Columbus, Columbus, Corpus Christi, Dayton, Daytona Beach and Del Rio are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
Non-stop flights to Denver are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld), Frontier Airlines and United Airlines (Star Alliance).
To Des Moines and Destin / Fort Walton Beach, you can fly with American Airlines (Oneworld).
Non-stop flights to Detroit are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld), Delta (SkyTeam) and Spirit Airlines.
The only airline with direct flights to Durango is American Airlines (Oneworld).
Direct flights to El Dorado are offered by Southern Airways Express.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to El Paso, Eugene, Evansville, Fargo, Fayetteville, Fayetteville, Flagstaff and Fort Hood / Killeen are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
You can fly non-stop to Fort Lauderdale with American Airlines (Oneworld) or Spirit Airlines.
You can fly non-stop from Dallas-Fort Worth to Fort Leonard Wood with Contour Aviation.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Fort Myers, Fort Smith, Fort Wayne, Fresno, Gainesville, Garden City, Grand Island, Grand Junction and Grand Rapids are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
You can fly non-stop to Green Bay with American Airlines (Oneworld) or United Airlines (Star Alliance).
The only airline with direct flights to Greensboro is American Airlines (Oneworld).
You can fly non-stop from Dallas-Fort Worth to Greenville with Contour Aviation.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Greenville / Spartanburg, Gulfport / Biloxi, Gunnison, Harlingen and Harrisburg are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
You can fly non-stop from Dallas-Fort Worth to Harrison with Southern Airways Express.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Hartford, Hayden, Hilton Head Island and Honolulu are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
The only airline with direct flights to Hot Springs is Southern Airways Express.
You can fly non-stop from Dallas-Fort Worth to Houston with American Airlines (Oneworld).
You can fly non-stop to Houston with American Airlines (Oneworld) or United Airlines (Star Alliance).
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Huntsville, Idaho Falls, Indianapolis, Jackson, Jackson, Jacksonville, Kahului, Kalispell, Kansas City, Key West, Knoxville, Lafayette, Lake Charles and Laredo are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
From Dallas-Fort Worth to Las Vegas there are 4 airlines that have direct services, which are American Airlines (Oneworld), Frontier Airlines, Spirit Airlines and Sun Country Airlines.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Lawton, Lexington, Little Rock and Longview are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
Non-stop flights to Los Angeles are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld), Delta (SkyTeam) and Spirit Airlines.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Louisville, Lubbock, Madison, Manhattan, McAllen and Memphis are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
You can fly non-stop to Miami with American Airlines (Oneworld) or Spirit Airlines.
To Midland and Milwaukee, you can fly with American Airlines (Oneworld).
Non-stop flights to Minneapolis are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld), Delta (SkyTeam) and Sun Country Airlines.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Missoula, Mobile, Moline, Monroe, Monterey, Montgomery, Montrose, Myrtle Beach and Nashville are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
You can fly non-stop to New Orleans with American Airlines (Oneworld) or Spirit Airlines.
You can fly non-stop to New York with American Airlines (Oneworld) or United Airlines (Star Alliance).
Non-stop flights to New York City are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld), Delta (SkyTeam) and JetBlue.
Non-stop flights to New York City are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld), Delta (SkyTeam) and Spirit Airlines.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Norfolk, Oklahoma City and Omaha are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
You can fly non-stop to Ontario with American Airlines (Oneworld) or Frontier Airlines.
Non-stop flights to Orlando are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld), Frontier Airlines and Spirit Airlines.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Palm Springs, Panama City, Pensacola and Peoria are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
To Philadelphia and Phoenix, you can fly with American Airlines (Oneworld), Frontier Airlines and Spirit Airlines.
Direct flights to Pittsburgh are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld).
You can fly non-stop to Portland with Alaska (Oneworld) or American Airlines (Oneworld).
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Portland, Raleigh / Durham, Rapid City, Reno, Richmond, Roswell and Sacramento are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
You can fly non-stop to Salt Lake City with American Airlines (Oneworld) or Delta (SkyTeam).
To San Angelo and San Antonio, you can fly with American Airlines (Oneworld).
You can fly non-stop to San Diego with American Airlines (Oneworld) or Frontier Airlines.
Non-stop flights to San Francisco are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld), Frontier Airlines and United Airlines (Star Alliance).
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to San Jose, San Luis Obispo, Santa Ana, Santa Barbara, Santa Fe, Santa Rosa, Sarasota / Bradenton and Savannah are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
You can fly non-stop to Seattle / Tacoma with Alaska (Oneworld) or American Airlines (Oneworld).
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Shreveport, Sioux Falls, South Bend, Spokane, Springfield, Springfield / Branson, St. George, St. Louis, Stillwater, Syracuse and Tallahassee are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
Non-stop flights to Tampa are offered by American Airlines (Oneworld), Frontier Airlines and Spirit Airlines.
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Texarkana, Traverse City, Tucson, Tulsa, Tyler, Vail / Eagle and Waco are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).
You can fly non-stop to Washington with American Airlines (Oneworld) or United Airlines (Star Alliance).
All direct flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to Washington, West Palm Beach, Wichita, Wichita Falls, Wilmington and Yuma are operated by American Airlines (Oneworld).

Below you can find a list of alternative airports to Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW). The nearest airports to Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) are Dallas (DAL) and Waco (ACT).

FAQs

Is 1 hour enough for connecting flights DFW? ›

Re: Is a 1 hour layover enough? If the first flight is on time, there should be no problem. DFW airport has shuttles running through all the terminals doing a circle. And typically if the next flight knows your previous flight has landed, and they do, they will hold the gate open if you are slightly late.

Is 40 minutes enough connection time at DFW? ›

What is the minimum connection time for domestic flights at DFW? As I've already mentioned, a connection time of 40 minutes is about as low as you can get at DFW. The problem is that it's a huge airport, and even when taking advantage of the inter-terminal train, it takes a while to get from one end to the other.

How many nonstop destinations are from DFW? ›

Passengers at DFW Airport can fly directly to 193 destinations nonstop in the United States, one more than Chicago O'Hare.

Is an hour layover at DFW long enough? ›

Two hours is more than enough time. That allows for any minor delays plus a leisurely transfer via Skylink from arrival terminal to departure terminal.

Do I have to go through security again for connecting flight in DFW? ›

If you have booked separate tickets, then you will need to re-check your bag at the applicable airlines' check-in desk. In any case, you will have to re-clear security to enter the other terminals, and once you do, you can make use of the Skylink train to reach your connecting terminal.

Is 50 minutes enough time between flights at DFW? ›

40 minutes is the minimum connection time for American at DFW. I connect through there frequently and have only a 40 minute layover tomorrow - I'm not worried about it at all. The night before your flight, take a look at the planned gates and terminals and match it up with the Skylink map.

How long of a layover do I need at DFW? ›

Two hours is more than enough time. That allows for any minor delays plus a leisurely transfer via Skylink from arrival terminal to departure terminal. I too would take the 2 hour connection.

Is a 45 minute layover in Dallas enough? ›

1.5 to 2 hours are enough for an AA connection at DFW. 40 minutes are way too tight.

What happens if I miss my flight due to short layover? ›

Missed flight due to short layover

If you missed your connecting flight due to a short layover, the airline will book you on the next flight free of charge as long as the connecting flight is part of the same ticket.

Do airlines wait for connecting flights? ›

Airlines have a wait time for connecting flights, and it's typically at least 30 minutes for local flights and two hours for international flights. However, the actual wait time depends on the flight you're on and the airport's schedule.

Where does American fly direct from DFW International? ›

From DFW there are direct flights to George Town (American), Montego Bay (American, Sun Country), Nassau (American), Oranjestad (American), Providenciales (American), Punta Cana (American, Sun Country), St. Kitts (American, Sun Country), San Juan (American), and Santo Domingo (American).

Which airports have the most non stop flights? ›

Now, the Dallas airport is back on top. Currently, 239 destinations have nonstop flights from DFW, seven more destinations than the next highest airport on the list. Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD), a hub for two major US airlines, United Airlines and American Airlines, offers 232 nonstop destinations.

What is the longest flight from DFW? ›

The 10 Longest Non-Stop Flights from Dallas
  1. Dallas to Sydney, Australia on Qantas is 8,596 miles and 17 hours.
  2. Dallas to Hong Kong, China on American is 8,123 miles and 17 hours. ...
  3. Dallas to Dubai, UAE on Emirates is 8,057 miles and 14.5 hours. ...
  4. Dallas to Abu Dhabi, UAE on Etihad is 8,057 miles and 15 hours. ...

What happens if u miss your connecting flight? ›

If the missed connection is the airline's fault (a delayed initial flight due to mechanical problems, for example), the airline should rebook you on the next available flight. If the next outbound flight is the following morning, the airline should either book you on another airline or provide accommodations and meals.

How long does it take to walk from Terminal C to D at DFW? ›

A walkway is available from Terminal C to D, which takes around 5-10 minutes to reach D.

Is 55 minutes enough time for a layover in Dallas? ›

Agree with Jeff, but usually you should be fine even if you have to change terminals. I've made plenty of connections at DFW with less than 55 min. Just be prepared to hustle if needed.

Is 1 hour enough for connecting flights? ›

The recommended layover time for domestic flights is normally one hour. However, as previously stated, you may require longer if your flights are booked with two different airlines, if you are traveling to a very busy airport or if you require special assistance.

Is 30 minutes enough time for a connecting flight? ›

Consider allowing at least 60 to 90 minutes for a U.S. domestic connection, and at least two hours for an international connection.

Is 45 minutes enough time for a connecting flight? ›

As a rule of thumb, on domestic routes, you need a minimum of 45 minutes between flights. That's because you don't have to go through security, customs, and immigration.

How much time do you need in Dallas airport? ›

We recommend you arrive to the airport at least 3 hours before your scheduled departure for international flights.

How early should I get to DFW airport for domestic flights? ›

How Early Should I Arrive for Domestic Flights at DFW? The universal standard for domestic flights is the recommended arrival time of about two-hours prior to your domestic flight.

What is American Airlines minimum connection time? ›

American: Reported to be 25 minutes. Delta: 30-minute minimum connection time. Southwest: At least 30 minutes if you have checked bags. United: 30-minute minimum for domestic, 60 minutes for international.

Is 2 hours enough for a connecting flight? ›

Two hours. Mayers recommends two hours as a standard buffer between flights to be safe. This gives you a cushion in case things go wrong during your journey. You'll definitely want at least a two-hour window if you've booked a “hacker fare,” as opposed to flying with the same airline your entire trip.

How long does it take to get through customs at Dallas Fort Worth? ›

International travelers can expect to wait an average of 15 minutes in customs at DFW, ranking eighth among major airports, where average waits range from 10 minutes to 27 minutes.

Do I have to go through security again for connecting international flight? ›

When you're connecting from an international flight to a domestic one, you'll always have to exit and reenter security as you'll need to go through customs and immigration (unless you have gone through preclearance aboard, which is rare).

Is DFW airport easy to navigate? ›

Luckily for you, DFW has a simple and straightforward terminal system that's easy to chart. And if you're crunched for time, just remember that DFW only has five terminals that are all lettered A through E and that all international flights take off and land at Terminal D.

Is Dallas Fort Worth airport big? ›

At 17,207 acres (6,963 hectares; 27 square miles), DFW is larger than the island of Manhattan, and is the second-largest airport by land area in the United States after Denver International Airport.

How long does it take to get from Terminal B to D at DFW? ›

Depending on arrival/departure gates the walk between terminals could be anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes. Instead, take the SkyLink Tram. It's inside the secure area - trams run every 3 minutes and it will take only about 2 or 3 minutes to get between terminal B & D.

What is a hidden city airline ticket? ›

What is hidden city ticketing? Also known as point beyond ticketing, hidden city ticketing is a way to find cheaper nonstop tickets by booking a connecting flight to a final destination beyond yours, but ending your journey at a layover point.

Will I get refund if I miss my flight? ›

Can I get a refund for a missed flight? Unfortunately, if you've missed your flight due through a fault of your own, you will not receive a refund from your airline. Generally, the only time you will get your money back is if the airline cancels your flight.

Do airlines have to pay you for delays? ›

In the United States, airlines are not required to compensate passengers when flights are delayed or cancelled. Compensation is required by U.S. law only when certain passengers are “bumped” from a flight that is oversold.

Do I need to pick up my luggage on a connecting flight? ›

If your bag is tagged to your next or final destination, you may need to pick up your bags and place them on the connection drop-off belt. If it is not tagged to your next or final destination, then you will definitely need to pick up your bags and check them in for your next flight.

What is the minimum time for connecting flights? ›

There is no one-size-fits-all answer here, it can vary greatly from one airport to another. Some international airports have a minimum connecting time as low as 30 minutes. But usually, when traveling internationally, the MCT is at least an hour. It can go up to 2 hours in large airports requiring a change of terminal.

How long can a plane wait for you? ›

For domestic flights, they can't keep you on the plane for more than three hours. It's a four-hour rule for international flights. That means they need to get you back to the gate in time to get off before three or four hours elapse.

Can you fly direct from Dallas to Italy? ›

There are no direct flights from Dallas to Italy. Popular non-direct routes for this connection are Dallas Love Field Airport - Rome Fiumicino Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth Airport - Rome Fiumicino Airport and Dallas/Fort Worth Airport - Milan Malpensa Airport.

Which US airport has most international flights? ›

Dataset Table:
2017 RankAirport2016 Rank
1New York JFK1
2Los Angeles2
3Miami3
4San Francisco4
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Does Delta fly out of DFW Airport? ›

The Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is one of the highest capacity commercial airports in the world and one of two international airports in Texas. The airport serves 28 passenger airlines, including Delta Air Lines, and 20 cargo carriers out of five terminals and 165 gates.

What city has the most direct flights? ›

London is world's most connected city with direct flights to 351 international destinations. Toronto is the most internationally connected city in North America with 154 different destinations. mostly within the US. New York with its three airports connects with 137 different international destinations.

What is the only US airport that flies directly to all 6 major continents? ›

Kennedy International Airport provide service to all the major continents except Australia. George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, and Dallas/Forth Worth International Airport offer nonstop service to all the major continents except Africa.

Which US city has most flights to Europe? ›

Known as the biggest gateway in and out of the U.S., New York (JFK) offers over a dozen nonstop routes to Europe alone on a variety of airlines.

Can a pilot sleep while flying? ›

Typically, short distance sectors are manned by two pilots, while long-haul flights can have three or four pilots. One of the two pilots manning the cockpit is allowed to take rest or sleep inside the cockpit by sliding the seat back and locking the harness. This practice is known as “controlled rest”.

How many nonstop destinations are from DFW? ›

Passengers at DFW Airport can fly directly to 193 destinations nonstop in the United States, one more than Chicago O'Hare.

What is the world's longest nonstop flight? ›

Singapore Airlines currently operates the longest flight in the world: a whopping 9,527-mile nonstop journey from New York to Singapore.

What happens if I miss my connecting flight due to weather delays? ›

If a flight delay leads to a passenger missing a connecting flight, and the delay at the final destination is 3 hours or more, they have a valid claim for compensation. The flight plan needs to be all one booking for this to apply – although it does not matter if you have a mix of different airlines in that booking.

What happens if I miss my flight due to short layover? ›

If your itinerary was purchased as one ticket (as in: you have only one itinerary and one confirmation number), and the connection time was too short and you miss the second (or third) flight, you can rest easy, no matter what happens. The airline will simply put you onto the next available flight, free of charge.

What happens if you miss your connecting flight due to delay? ›

If you miss your connection booked with the same airline that your were on for your first flight, and the issue is due to a delayed take off or anything else that's in the hands of your airline, it's the airline's responsibility to rebook you on the next available flight.

Is a 45 minute layover enough in Dallas? ›

In my opinion (and personal experience), the minimum time for domestic to domestic connections at DFW is 40 minutes. If you're connecting from an international flight to domestic flight, I wouldn't be comfortable recommending anything less than 2 hours.

Is one hour layover enough in DFW? ›

Re: Is a 1 hour layover enough? If the first flight is on time, there should be no problem. DFW airport has shuttles running through all the terminals doing a circle. And typically if the next flight knows your previous flight has landed, and they do, they will hold the gate open if you are slightly late.

Is 40 min layover enough in DFW? ›

1.5 to 2 hours are enough for an AA connection at DFW. 40 minutes are way too tight.

Is 50 minutes enough time between flights at DFW? ›

40 minutes is the minimum connection time for American at DFW. I connect through there frequently and have only a 40 minute layover tomorrow - I'm not worried about it at all. The night before your flight, take a look at the planned gates and terminals and match it up with the Skylink map.

How long of a layover do I need at DFW? ›

Two hours is more than enough time. That allows for any minor delays plus a leisurely transfer via Skylink from arrival terminal to departure terminal. I too would take the 2 hour connection.

Do I have to go through security again for connecting international flight at DFW? ›

No, you will not have to pass through security as long as you remain inside the secured area when going from your arrival gate to your departure gate.

Can I make a 30 minute layover? ›

The recommended layover time for international flights is generally longer, as you will have to go through customs and immigration before boarding your next flight. In most cases, a 30-minute layover for domestic flights and an hour for international flights is considered a minimum, or short, layover.

Is a 1 hour layover risky? ›

If you can't avoid connecting, don't book the shortest layover, because you'll be building in stress and the possibility of missing your flight. A 1-hour layover is not enough anymore. Thirty minutes, not a chance. In most cases, 3 hours is safe.

What is an illegal layover? ›

It just means the minimum amount of time between flights that an airline will require. They will try not to let you book a connecting flight 10 minutes after the first one lands; that would be an "illegal connection".

Is 45 minutes enough for a connecting flight? ›

As a rule of thumb, on domestic routes, you need a minimum of 45 minutes between flights. That's because you don't have to go through security, customs, and immigration.

Do flights wait for connecting passengers? ›

They usually expect a couple of connecting passengers to be late, and most airlines will put you on another flight for free. The airline may also put you in a hotel for the night and book you a new flight if there are no flights to your destination.

What happens if you miss your flight? ›

Under most domestic airline policies — which are outlined in the contract of carriage on the airline website — if you miss a connection, it will rebook you on the next flight at no charge. If that means staying at the airport overnight, the airline will cover a hotel stay.

Is 45 minutes enough time for a connecting flight in DFW? ›

1.5 to 2 hours are enough for an AA connection at DFW. 40 minutes are way too tight.

Is 1 hour enough for connecting flights? ›

Yes, one hour is enough time for a layover when making a connecting flight in many airports. However, if you are flying from a destination known to have delays or flying international you may want to choose a flight that allows for more time.

Is a 1 hour layover enough time? ›

Always fly direct

If you can't avoid connecting, don't book the shortest layover, because you'll be building in stress and the possibility of missing your flight. A 1-hour layover is not enough anymore. Thirty minutes, not a chance. In most cases, 3 hours is safe.

Is Dallas Fort Worth airport easy to navigate? ›

Navigation in the airport is made easy through two free transportation services – Terminal Link and Skylink. Terminal Link is a free van shuttle service that operates outside security. Skylink, on the other hand, connects all the five terminals (A-E) in DFW airport via free light-rail trains inside the security area.

Is 40 minutes between flights enough? ›

Security-clearance programs are available at select U.S. and international airports. As a rule of thumb, on domestic routes, you need a minimum of 45 minutes between flights. That's because you don't have to go through security, customs, and immigration.

What happens if I miss my flight due to short layover? ›

Missed flight due to short layover

If you missed your connecting flight due to a short layover, the airline will book you on the next flight free of charge as long as the connecting flight is part of the same ticket.

Will a connecting flight wait for you? ›

No, if your first flight is delayed and you won't make it in time to catch your connecting flight, the plane won't wait for you. However, if you're travelling on a through-ticket, the airline must rebook you on their next available flight to your destination, provided that there are seats available.

What happens if u miss your connecting flight? ›

If the missed connection is the airline's fault (a delayed initial flight due to mechanical problems, for example), the airline should rebook you on the next available flight. If the next outbound flight is the following morning, the airline should either book you on another airline or provide accommodations and meals.

Do you need to go through security again for a connecting flight? ›

For connecting domestic flights, you almost never have to exit and reenter security, though there are some exceptions at airports where the terminals aren't all connected. For domestic-to-international connection, it's still pretty rare that you have to exit and reenter security, even if you're changing terminals.

Do you have to pick up your luggage on a connecting flight? ›

If your bag is tagged to your next or final destination, you may need to pick up your bags and place them on the connection drop-off belt. If it is not tagged to your next or final destination, then you will definitely need to pick up your bags and check them in for your next flight.

What is the minimum time between flight connections? ›

Domestic are usually 30-60 minutes. International will be longer due to immigration/customs requirements. Larger, congested airports will require a longer time than a small airport. Booking systems typically will not allow a connection below the MCT.

How long should connecting flights be? ›

Pad Your Schedule for Airport Connections

That's why many travelers deliberately pad their schedules by booking a longer layover than the minimum at a connecting hub. Consider allowing at least 60 to 90 minutes for a U.S. domestic connection, and at least two hours for an international connection.

What is a reasonable layover time? ›

For peace of mind, particularly when connecting in a large city, try to schedule a layover of at least 60 minutes. If you have gate-checked items or are traveling with someone with special needs, extend your connection time to 90 minutes if possible.

How long does it take to get from Terminal B to D at DFW? ›

Depending on arrival/departure gates the walk between terminals could be anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes. Instead, take the SkyLink Tram. It's inside the secure area - trams run every 3 minutes and it will take only about 2 or 3 minutes to get between terminal B & D.

How long to get from Terminal A to D at DFW? ›

Transfer between terminals:

The airport train, Skylink, connects the terminals at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, transporting passengers between the terminals with a journey time averaging around five minutes. It's a maximum of nine minutes between the farthest terminals.

Can you walk between Terminal A and B at DFW? ›

All terminals are connected post-security and accessible the free Skylink light rail train. You can walk between DFW's five terminals, but keep in mind that each has an average of 39 gates.

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