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Prices starting at $152 for return flights and $84 for one-way flights to San Antonio 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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The most popular route for passengers traveling between these two major Texan cities is Dallas Fort Worth to San Antonio International. This route is dominated by American Airlines and is used by hundreds of thousands of people every year.
If you’re traveling to central Dallas, you may find it more convenient to fly to Dallas Love Field Airport. This major transport hub is located just a few miles from the center of Dallas. A good choice of daily flights links the airport with San Antonio. This route is largely operated by Southwest Airlines.
Some flights from Dallas to San Antonio land at the city’s Stinson Municipal Airport. However, these are largely charter flights and special services. As a result, they’re generally less affordable than flights to San Antonio International.
Dallas and San Antonio are two of the most vibrant and interesting cities in Texas. Aircraft can cover the 250 miles from Dallas to San Antonio is just one hour 15 minutes, making it easy to travel between the two.
As it’s such a short flight from Dallas to San Antonio, you probably won’t be served a hot meal while you’re on board. However, most airlines have drinks and snacks available to buy if you get hungry after take-off.
Like most flights that crisscross the US, your plane will reach a cruising altitude of around 35,000 feet. At this height, you’ll be well above the clouds and should enjoy a smooth flight from Dallas to San Antonio.
Outside of the pressurized cabin, the temperature can drop as low as -60˚F. Inside however, the plane will be heated to room temperature to ensure you’re comfortable throughout the trip. As the precise temperature inside each plane can vary, it’s always a good idea to bring a sweater or light coat on board to help keep you warm.
When you arrive in San Antonio, you can continue your journey by bus, shuttle or taxi. Hire cars are also available at the terminal building.
Fly from Dallas to San Antonio and you’ll have even more time to get out and explore the city.
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