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Reviewed on Nov 30, 2020
Changes with baggage was clearly explained by the staff.
Seats were tight, had to pay to secure a seat.
Great first flight on American Airlines
Very good. All
Should bring back use of first last name at auto kiosk. My credit card didn’t come up
Baggage check lines are amazingly slow and overcrowded. They turn an otherwise wonderful experience into a stressful situation. I got lucky today and the outside baggage check employee just opened/came and offered to help. Besides that, great flight!
The crew was Great!
Loved being able to pay for and check my bag at the shuttle lot!
I stopped flying United some time ago because I had too many encounters with poor service. I have to say that I was really pleased with the overall service from the employees on this trip.
Everything was excellent wont fly any other airline
|Number of Daily Flights||32|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jun 26|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jun 27|
|Popular Airlines||Frontier Airlines|
The dry heat will be evident as soon as you arrive at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), after travelling from Denver International Airport (DEN). Whether travelling for business, to catch a Dallas Cowboys’ game, to see some Texas ranches, or to analyze the view from the Texas School Book Depository; Dallas’ varied history and numerous attractions will keep you coming back for more every time.
Located a short 35-minute car ride apart, you’ll find both Dallas and Fort Worth provide many opportunities to step back into history. You can enjoy the Stockyards National Historic District or you can explore the Dallas Heritage Village. If you are looking to find a more artistic experience when in Texas, be sure to walk through the Pioneer Plaza among the bronze cattle and cowboys, found in the downtown district. Alternatively you could opt to visit the chapel in Thanks-Giving Square, where visitors will be able to check out the spiral stained glass ceiling.
After the 641-mile, two-hour flight from Denver, a rental car is a great way to get around the area. The region has easy-to-find parking and clearly marked highways, that will allow you to explore at your own pace. A drive to end your day at the Dallas Arboretum is worth the time.