Yes, there is. American Airlines will get you directly from Dallas, TX Airport (DFW-Dallas-Fort Worth Intl.) to Austin, TX Airport (AUS-Austin-Bergstrom Intl.), so you won't have to stress about annoying stopovers or missing your next flight.
It can be as a short and sweet as 55 minutes. If you're a firm believer that your vacation hours should be spent 'vacationing' rather than flying, you'll enjoy the trip from Dallas to Austin.
If you're on the hunt for the carrier with the most frequent flights from Dallas, TX Airport (DFW-Dallas-Fort Worth Intl.) to Austin, TX Airport (AUS-Austin-Bergstrom Intl.), book your ticket with American Airlines. This carrier has 217 flights each month along this route.
|Origin Airport IATA Code||DFW|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||AUS|
|Direct Flight Airlines||American Airlines, Qatar Airways, Alaska Airlines, Gulf Air, British Airways|
|Earliest Flight Arrival||4:35PM UTC|
|Latest Flight Arrival||12:59AM UTC|
Check in staff could be more respectful.
Thanks for a great flight--only fly a few times a year and was nervous, but everything went great!
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Travelers looking for flights from Dallas to Austin have numerous options at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, the third busiest in the world for arrivals and departures. DFW is the primary hub for American Airlines and also American Eagle's largest hub. Because the airport has aground area larger than the island of Manhattan, there is a Skylink train linking all five terminals to ensure that passengers arrive at their gates on time for their Dallas to Austin flights. To get to the airport, travelers can take the Trinity Railway Express to the DFW Airport Station, and jump on a free shuttle to the airport, or they can use Dallas Area Rapid Transit bus service.
Dallas to Austin flights will arrive at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, which is five miles southeast of Austin's central business district. Flights from Dallas to Austin are generally in the air for less than forty minutes, and all flights land at the airport's sole terminal. From there, travelers on Dallas to Austin flights can proceed to the baggage claim area to rent cars from one of the nine rental agencies, or head to the ground transportation area for a taxi. There is a $13 minimum charge for taxi service, but most travelers consider the convenience to be worth it. Buses from Austin are slow and offer infrequent service, and so are not recommended.
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