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Fares from $47 One Way, $78 Round Trip from Dallas to Los Angeles

Prices starting at $78 for return flights and $47 for one-way flights to Los Angeles were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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Flights from Dallas to Los Angeles - Frequently Asked Questions

Are there non-stop flights from Dallas to Los Angeles?

Yes, if you're jet-setting from Dallas, TX Airport (DFW-Dallas-Fort Worth Intl.) to Los Angeles, CA Airport (LAX-Los Angeles Intl.), you'll only have one flight number to keep track of. There are 3 airlines offering direct services to choose from. Here are a few of the best:

  • American Airlines
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Spirit Airlines
What is the shortest flight from Dallas to Los Angeles?

From Dallas, the exciting sights and sounds of Los Angeles are at least 3 hours and 8 minutes away. Choose your favorite seat, or perhaps even upgrade to one with a little more legroom, and fly to your destination in total comfort.

What airlines fly from Dallas to Los Angeles most frequently?

The carriers that offer the most frequent flights between Dallas, TX Airport (DFW-Dallas-Fort Worth Intl.) and Los Angeles, CA Airport (LAX-Los Angeles Intl.) include American Airlines (AA). This well-known option operates 318 flights on the route every month. If you can't find the right flight for you there, have a look at Delta Air Lines (DL). This carrier is a fantastic alternative and operates 82 flights between Dallas and Los Angeles every month.

Route Information for Flights from Dallas to Los Angeles

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Destination Airport IATA CodeQLA
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Flights Review

Mar 10, 2020

The games to play on the airline wasn’t working.

Mar 4, 2020

Happy

Mar 3, 2020

Traveling with Fiance, we were not seated together. Malfunction entertainment system.

Feb 6, 2020

Seats rows very close. Not good for long legs

Jan 29, 2020

All around GREAT!!!

Jan 10, 2020

Unhappy with the one of my checked bags arriving late. I paid extra money for the bag and it never made it to my connecting flight. It was such an inconvenience for my family and I. A lot of important items were in that bag especially for my young children.

Dec 25, 2019

I was not able to sit by my husband but people on stand by got seats together.

Dec 24, 2019

The seats were uncomfortable. It was like sitting in the letter C. The curvature of the seats were odd.

Dec 19, 2019

There was multiple restrooms in plane which was so helpful.

Dec 18, 2019

It was fine but was delayed and the headphone jack on mine and others didn’t work properly, so you had to hold the cord in place with your thumb for the entire movie. Not ideal.

Traveling from Dallas to Los Angeles

Dallas and Los Angeles are both known for their impact on major American industries: Dallas for oil and Los Angeles for entertainment. Flights from Dallas to Los Angeles are frequently booked for vacation and business. Low fares and cheap hotel and rental car rates are easy to research and book on Orbitz.com.

Dallas, Texas

Home to "America's Team," the NFL's Cowboys, Dallas is a prime example of the saying, "Everything's Bigger in Texas." The city boasts more than one million residents, an instantly recognizable skyline, and a self-confident attitude unmatched anywhere else worldwide. The city is served by two major airports, Dallas Love Field and Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, the latter located halfway between Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas. The majority of travel outside of the state of Texas is through Dallas/Fort Worth, with United, American, and Virgin Airlines, among those that offer nonstop service to Los Angeles. Dallas Love is limited by the Wright Amendment to providing flights with one or more stops to Los Angeles. Dallas Love Field is located north of downtown Dallas, offers convenient short- and long-term parking, and can easily be reached by taxi, limo, or public bus.

Parking at Dallas/Fort Worth is available in the terminal, express, and remote lots, with valet parking also provided if you'd rather leave your car at the curb. The terminal lot and express lots are served by a free shuttle van, while the more economical remote lot offers continuous service to the terminals. Public transportation is available via Trinity Railway Express, DART bus, and Airporter shuttle services. Several taxi and limo agencies provide transportation to the airport for single travelers or those wishing to share a ride. If you've skipped breakfast, check out the unique Cereality restaurant in Terminal C once you've arrived. If you'd rather grab a cup of coffee, Starbucks kiosks are located in all terminals.

Los Angeles, California

With its miles of beaches, Hollywood history, and premier shopping, Los Angeles is a prime destination for visitors from around the world. The city welcomes almost 62 million visitors by air alone each year. The laid-back attitude of a coastal town meets the glitz and glamour of the film industry, making for a unique travel experience.

Arriving in Los Angeles

Incoming flights to the city land at the Los Angeles International Airport, located 16 miles outside of the city, along the Pacific coast. Locals affectionately refer to the bustling airport as LAX, after its airport code. If you've rented a car, 11 rental agencies offer shuttle service to off-site rental lots. Free shuttle bus service is available at the Metro Green Line Aviation Station, located outside of each terminal. The line provides service to the Metro Bus Center. Taxis provide curbside pick-up outside of the terminals, and ride sharing is also available. Several downtown hotels offer free shuttle service to their guests.

The weather in Los Angeles is mild throughout the year, with daily highs in the 80s during the months of June through August. Fall and early spring are great times to visit the area, and you can often find off-season rates for hotels and attractions. The temperatures are cooler then, in the mid-60s to mid-70s, so make sure to pack sweaters and jackets for off-season vacations.

The majority of visitors to Los Angeles head for Hollywood, Sunset Boulevard, and the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Grauman's Chinese Theater features a courtyard filled with the handprints and signatures of famous actors and actresses, all set in concrete. The theater is located just down the street from the Hollywood & Highland Center, a relatively new shopping center. The Center is also home to the Kodak Theater and the Academy Awards. Those looking for a quieter vacation can head to the hills and the newly renovated Griffith Observatory, a planetarium featuring a hands-on telescope and fabulous views of the Los Angeles Basin. Families enjoy visiting the famous Santa Monica Pier, Venice Beach, and the Los Angeles Zoo in Griffith Park.

Book a Trip to Los Angeles

The memories you can make and the places you can visit in Los Angeles are practically endless. Most visitors will want to return to this vibrant entertainment capital again and again. Luckily Orbitz.com can help you find flights from Dallas to Los Angeles, with great package deals, including hotels and car rentals, often available.

^Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on Orbitz.com from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.