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If you’re looking for cheap flights to Dallas, one of America’s biggest cities, look no further than Globehunters, where we have a range of cheap flights from across Australia.
Home to more than a million people, Dallas is home to some of the world’s biggest corporations, so is a popular destination for business travellers, but it’s also popular with holidaymakers too, with various museums, amusement parks, gardens and historic sights to explore.
It’s also one of the few US cities that has teams in six major sporting leagues, most notably the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL, who play at the AT&T Stadium.
Other notable attractions include Fair Park, a 277-acre recreational and educational complex with eight museums and the Sixth Floor Museum, where you can learn about the life, times and death of President John F. Kennedy, who was assassinated here in 1963.
Whether you’re here on business or just to enjoy yourself, you’re sure to be welcomed with the famous Texan hospitality, so be sure to check out our range of fares from Australia to Dallas here at Globehunters, including first class and business class fares too.
If you’re heading to ‘Big D’, here are a few things you need to know before you pack your bags:Time Difference: UTC -6 hoursCurrency: US Dollars ($)Native Language: EnglishWeather: Hot and humid summers (average highs of 36°C and lows of 25°C) and mild to cool winters (highs of 14°C and lows of 8.3°C), it’s also prone to extreme weather, located at the lower end of ‘Tornado Alley’.Sales Tax: 8.25%
Here’s everything you’ll need to know before booking a flight to Dallas from Australia, including flight times and entry requirements.
Currently, Sydney is the only Australia airport offering direct flights, which take around 15 and a half hours.
Indirect flights from other Australian airports will take around 19 to 28 hours, depending on your departure airport and number of stops.
If you’re an Australian citizen travelling to the USA, you can enter without a visa, although you will need to apply for an ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization).
You can do this at the ESTA Application site and it’s recommended that you do this at least 72 hours before departure.
Currently, Qantas is the only airline offering direct flights to Dallas (from Sydney), although the following are some of the airlines offering indirect flights from around Australia:
- Virgin Australia
Dallas/Fort Worth is the main airport in the area and the fourth busiest in the world by aircraft movements.
It’s located about halfway between Dallas and Fort Worth, so it takes around 50 minutes on the DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transport) to reach the city centre.
If you’re wondering what are the main things to see and do in Dallas are, here are our top ten picks:
- Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
- Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
- Dallas World Aquarium
- Dallas Museum of Art
- White Rock Lake
- Dallas Zoo
- John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial
- Nasher Sculpture Center
- Dallas Heritage Village
- Fair Park
If you’re planning a trip to Dallas in the near future, be sure to compare flight fares with us here at Globehunters, where you can also compare hotel and car hire costs with our friendly and experienced travel team.
All booking made through us are also 100% covered by ATOL and IATA to give you extra peace of mind.