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Find Cheap Flights from Dallas (DAL) to Phoenix (PHX)

Dallas to Phoenix Route Information

Travel Distance:866 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:American Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Southwest Airlines
Weekly Flights:4
Avg. Flight Duration:02.27 Hours

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Flights from Dallas to Phoenix

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Airports in Dallas

Dallas is served by two airports- Dallas Fort Worth International and Dallas Love Field, the former is the primary airport serving the city. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport serves the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex Area. It is the tenth busiest international gateway in the United States and third busiest airport in the world (in terms of aircraft movements). The airport offers scheduled flights to a large number of domestic and international destinations. Passengers enjoy seamless connectivity between the airport and the city using people mover system (called Skylink), shuttle buses, rental cars, Trinity Railway Express commuter rail line and bus service (offered by Dallas Area Rapid Transit). Dallas Love Field airport was main airport serving the city until 1974. It is located 6 miles away from downtown Dallas. The airport serves scheduled flights to domestic destinations only.

Explore Phoenix

Phoenix is the capital of the state of Arizona in the US. Since Arizona is a desert, the city has a warm, dry climate that goes to its superlative best during the winters thereby attracting a large number of beach-savvy visitors. This state’s largest city, it is a hotbed of Indian and Spanish colonial buildings, and several art and cultural attractions, museums and art galleries that closely depict its journey of last 150 years. Phoenix is based across a mountainous and riverine backdrop, and this accounts for a large number of adventure seekers who come here for hiking, biking, and climbing.

Things to do in Phoenix

Heard Museum

Located in the Arizonian city of Phoenix, the Heard Museum is an art enthusiast’s one stop destination to admire the art, culture and traditions of the regional Native Indian community. The museum contains a stunning collection of kachina dolls (A signature item of the community) and is seconded by displays of pottery, jewelry and textiles. The museum’s premises also contain a sculpture garden where some classic figures are up for admiration.

Desert Botanical Garden

The Desert Garden in Phoenix is home to an extensive range of desert vegetation and a cactus garden. It comprises thousands of vegetation species that are segregated across a 140 acres area. It is well worth to visit here in the spring season as most of the vegetation here goes into full bloom.

Heritage Square

The Heritage Square is a cluster of about 8 restored houses that date back to the founding of the city in 1867. All these houses show a consistency in their architectural designs and attract a large number of tourists every year. Some highlights here are the Rosson House (built in 1895) and Burgess Carriage House (built during early 1900s), and they flank tourist hotspots like the Arizona Doll and Toy Museum and the Thomas House.

Best Time to Fly to Phoenix

The best time to visit Phoenix is the winter season from November through April. While the city is swathed in temperatures between the high 60s to low 80s, one can use it to enjoy the Arizona State Fair, Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.