Fly direct to Dallas from the UK and explore the heart of Texas. Combining big city living and many cultural hot spots with a flavour of the old West, Dallas city breaks offer a unique insight into America’s second largest state.
Dallas flights are also a gateway to the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex, the fourth largest urban area in the United States. The former cowboy outpost of Fort Worth, the Dallas Cowboys’ football stadium at Arlington, the indie-rock scene of Denton and the Dallas soap opera’s Southfork Ranch are all within easy reach of the airport.
London to Dallas flights take 10 hours. The busiest airport in the state of Texas, Dallas Fort Worth airport (DFW) has five terminals (A, B, C, D and E) and is located between the two major cities in the area, Dallas and Fort Worth.
British Airways flies from London Heathrow to Dallas Forth Worth (DFW). British Airways offers passengers award winning service, a generous 23kg checked baggage allowance and a good range of flight times to choose from.
Fly non-stop to Dallas and discover the largest urban area in Texas. To help make your journey easier, you can check in for your flight online or via your mobile phone, and choose your seats up to 24 hours before departure.
Dallas airport is connected with the city centre via the Trinity Railway Express, which takes 30 minutes to reach Union Station in Downtown Dallas. The train also connects the airport to central Forth Worth. Central Dallas is served by an extensive bus network and by four expanding light rail lines.
Dallas Airport’s Reata Grill, in Terminal D is an offshoot of a local Fort Worth restaurant and serves Texan barbecue and Mexican-inspired tenderloin tamales. For an unusual take on breakfast, Terminal C’s Cereality sells cereals custom-made to order. Dallas airport’s departure lounge also has an extensive range of duty free shopping.
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When travelling on this route from London Heathrow in our World Traveller cabin (economy), you can now choose to pay for a wider choice of indulgent meals as an alternative to the complimentary in-flight meal. When travelling in First, Club World (business) or World Traveller Plus (premium economy) you have the option to make your meal selection in advance at no extra cost.