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Dallas Love Field Flight Facts

In the last 7 days, the most popular airlines
Virgin America
Southwest Airlines
Delta Air Lines

In the last 12 months:
  • 52% of travelers
    were aged 35+.
  • 23% of travelers spent
    < 3 days in DAL.
  • February
    highest booking month
  • June
    lowest booking month
  • 1% of travelers flew Business or First Class
  • 46% of travelers booked
    2 weeks in advance
  • 6-7AM First planes departed to Destinations
  • Busiest Hours
    Were between 12-1 PM
  • 44 nonstop flights
    departed each week
  • 44 flights departed
    each week
  • 43 flights arrived
    each week

Book Flights to Dallas Love Field

On October 19, 1917 Dallas Love Field was opened as an Army flying field which is now a city owned public use airport and one of the finest general-purpose airports in the world with their mission being to provide a safe, efficient and user-friendly airport system. The airport is one of the finest general-purpose airports in the world and is fully equipped with all of the necessary aeronautical lighting. The airport is managed by the City's Department of Aviation and is served by Southwest Airlines, Continental Express and American Airlines/American Eagle.

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Ground Transportation

All major car rental companies offer car rental at the Dallas Love field airport, from the baggage claim wing of the main terminal building taxi cab service can be obtained by the passengers. City’s public transport is also made available by the airport. Contact the Department of Aviation's Transportation Coordinator at (214) 670-6148 if you need some additional assistance regarding ground transportation.

Terminal Features

Many restaurants, snack bars and coffee shops are located in the main lobby and the west concourse at Dallas Love Field Airport. Currency exchange and ATM facilities are available and internet access can be obtained at Conference Center located in the lobby.

Airport Parking

Short term and long term parking facility is made available at the airport and handicap parking spaces are located on each level of the parking garage. The parking lots are available with proper identification and rates for short term and long term parking are perfectly displayed at the over head screens in the parking area.


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Dallas City Reviews

4Dallas downtown SE
Enjoyed a great conference at the Omni. Stayed at the Hotel Lawrence nearby which is still undergoing renovation. Huge savings, but you have to put up with a few things. Easy to get around Dallas, and plenty to do and see!! - David  Apr 17, 20154Price was incredible
Flight was fine, and on time. No frills, and took the red eye, but the price was cheaper than the gas I would have spent to drive. - Timothy  Apr 15, 2015

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