|Distance||1368 miles (2206 km)|
Flights from Dallas, TX to New York City cover the 1368 miles (2206 km) long journey with our travel partners like. There are direct flight services available.
While New York is a significantly larger city than Dallas, both are among the most important places in the US in terms of economics, culture, politics and sports. As such, and given that they lie over 1,300 miles (2,200 km) apart, it's no surprise that several direct flights connect the two cities every day. Typically the flight lasts a little over three hours although New York's airspace is notoriously crowded, which can lead to delays on approach at busy times of day. Flights towards the east such as this one will generally benefit from any assistance provided by the prevailing winds.
There are currently two airlines that operate direct flights from Dallas to New York: Delta and American Airlines. Both are well established, reliable carriers offering a good range of onward connections (domestic and international) from New York. Should you want to fly indirect, which can sometimes be cheaper, then there are a number of options again provided by Delta and American Airlines.
A direct flight from Dallas to New York generally lasts just over three hours, depending on the weather and the time of day. The airline schedules allow around three and a half hours for this trip in case of any delays on arrival or departure. If the flight is not busy and the weather is favorable, a journey time of under three hours is not uncommon.
From Monday to Friday there are six direct flights every day from Dallas to New York, three operated by Delta and three by American Airlines. On Saturdays and Sundays there are four direct flights per day, with each airline operating two flights. During the week the first departure is at 7:45 a.m. and there is no evening flight, the latest departure is at 5:33 p.m. Delta operates both these flights. On Saturdays the first departure is at 9:17 a.m. and the last is at 8:51 p.m, both operated by American Airlines. And on Sundays it's Delta who operate the first flight at 7:45 am, and American Airlines who operate the final one at 8:43 p.m. On Saturdays, Delta operate a lunchtime flight from Dallas to New York departing at 1:51 p.m., but this doesn't run on Sundays.
If taking a flight from Dallas to New York the departure airport will be Dallas Fort Worth (DFW), which as its name suggests is equidistant between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth. It is the main hub for American Airlines, whose headquarters are nearby. As far as public transportation is concerned, regular bus services operated by Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) connect the airport with downtown. Additionally the airport is served by three rail systems: DART Light Rail, TEXRail and Trinity Express. A dedicated car rental facility, housing ten rental companies, is situated at the airport. The airport has five terminals, lettered from A to E, and all of them have a good range of shops, cafes and restaurants. Free WiFi provided by AT&T is available throughout the airport.
Flights from Dallas to New York arrive at JFK International, one of the busiest and most well-known airports in the world. The airport is situated in Queens, around 16 miles (26 kilometers) from downtown Manhattan. JFK International is a hub for both Delta and American Airlines, so onward connections to eurosope and the Middle East are numerous and regular. The airport currently has six terminals numbered 1 to 8 (terminals 3 and 6 are not in use). Terminal 3 is exclusively used by Delta, although this carrier also operates a some flights from Terminal 4. Terminal 8 is used by American Airlines and its Oneworld (codeshare) partners. Terminal 8 offers numerous food and retail stores and free WiFi is available. For continuing your journey from JFK International to downtown, the most reliable option is a taxi. A cheaper option is the New York City Airporter bus, which provides regular services to and from Grand Central Terminal. Finally there's the JFK AirTrain, a light rail service that runs 24/7 and connects all terminals with Howard Beach Station and Jamaica Station. The latter is preferable for getting to Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan, and the journey takes around 60 minutes.
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