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If you want to try your luck on the tables or catch a show on the Strip, then you can find flights from Dallas to Vegas with Orbitz. Use the filter options to refine your search and find great flight deals.
The two most popular routes for flights from Dallas to Vegas are from Dallas-Fort Worth and Dallas Love Field to Las Vegas McCarran. There are 126 direct flights each week between the two major airports in Dallas and Las Vegas, operated by a choice of four airlines.
The most popular airline operating on this route is American Airlines but you can find a choice of flights from Dallas to Vegas through other operators with Orbitz.
Of the two Dallas airports, Fort Worth is the larger. In fact, it is the fourth busiest in the world by aircraft movements and twelfth busiest by overall passenger numbers. It is located roughly halfway between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth.
Dallas Love Field is closer to the city, located just six miles northwest of the downtown area. It deals with about 16 million passengers a year with a smaller number of direct flights to Las Vegas.
The flight time from Dallas to Las Vegas is two hours and 45 minutes and covers a distance of 1,059 miles. The largest aircraft flying between the two cities is the Boeing B767-3/R with around 260 seats for passengers.
Flights from Dallas head west over the states of New Mexico and Arizona before reaching their destination in the southern part of Nevada.
Dallas Love Field covers an area of about 1,300 acres and has three runways catering for around 680 aircraft operations each day. The main terminal building has undergone a $519 million renovation project in recent years, and there are good facilities for eating, drinking and relaxing before you catch your flight to Las Vegas.
Dallas-Fort Worth covers a vast area of around 6,963 acres making it larger than the island of Manhattan and the second largest airport in the United States. It is so large that it has its own postal code as well as its own police department.
There are around 900 aircraft operations every day to 244 destinations around the world, with 182 in the US alone. This makes it one of the few airports in the world to have surpassed the 200 mark.
The Dallas to Las Vegas route is the sixth most popular departing from the airport, with around 729,000 passengers each year taking this flight option.
Las Vegas McCarran International airport is located five miles to the south of the downtown area. It handles around 27 million passengers each year, making it one of the top 30 busiest in the world.
With a huge choice of carriers and direct flights from Dallas to Vegas, you can be rolling the dice or catching a show in no time.
If you’re flying from Dallas to Las Vegas and you’re keen to visit other parts of the region, or looking for cheap flight alternatives, why not consider the following:
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