If you're looking for deals on flights from Joplin, Missouri, check out Orbitz.com. Simply enter the dates that you wish to travel into the site, and you should find the low fare that you're looking for. When you leave Joplin, you will be flying out of Joplin Regional Airport. The airport is located five miles north of the center of town. The only commercial airline in operation at the airport is American Eagle Airlines, which offers direct flights to Dallas/Fort Worth only. If you have an international flight, you'll have to make a connection in Dallas.
There is no public transportation available to the airport, so the only way you can get there from Joplin is by car. You can take a taxi to the airport. The fare from town will cost about $12 to $15 dollars. If you do decide to take a taxi service, make sure you make your reservation 48 hours in advance.
There is plenty of parking at the airport, and it's completely free.
There are no real dining options at the airport, so if you have an early flight, you may want to grab something to eat in town before your flight. There are snack vending machines available if you're looking for a quick bite. Book your flights from Joplin through Orbitz.com so that you can be sure you're getting the lowest fares around.
Before you start planning your trip to Dallas, see what flights are available. You can find flights to Dallas that land at any of the three major airports in the region. The Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is the largest, and you can get flights through American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta Connection, United Express, and other domestic and international companies. Located less than 10 miles from the business district in the city, the Dallas Executive Airport offers charter and private flights. The Addison Airport, located nine miles from the business district, works with charter and cargo companies. If you have problems finding a flight, check Orbitz.com for available Dallas flights.
Two public transportation systems have stops at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, so getting from the airport to your hotel is easy. The Trinity Railway Express makes stops in Dallas and Fort Worth, while the Dallas Area Rapid Transit makes stops in Dallas. If you'd rather rent a car, check Orbitz.com for deals. The major highways running through Dallas make it easy to find your way to your hotel.
Dallas rarely gets snow, but the city does see temperatures in the 30s and 40s during winter with some precipitation. Temperatures in the high 70s through the high 90s with high humidity are common in the summer.
Dallas has many attractions that appeal to travelers, including the Dallas World Aquarium, the Dallas Museum of Art, Reunion Tower, and Victory Park. When browsing Orbitz.com for flights to Dallas, look for discount tickets to these attractions and others.
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