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Happy to have a row all to myself
I really preferred it when they boarded the aircraft from the back to the front. Made for much smoother easier boarding.
This was my first flight with American and I can’t imagine using any other service in the future. No complaints!
By far one the better flights I've taken in awhile. Really enjoyed the movies, games, and 3d interactive flight map. Made the flight seem so much shorter. Free drinks and a snack, I'm loving your service!! Can't wait to fly with you again.
Why they don’t offer free carry on in class nine. Or basic economy
My seat was very uncomfortable behind the emergency exit row. My knee is still hurting.
This was my first flight overall and I was very pleased with my entire experience. Thank you Delta!
Didn’t like the older plane that lacked individual entertainment screens in each seat back.
Airports under staffed
|Number of Daily Flights||21|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 17|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 18|
|Popular Airlines||Spirit Airlines|
Whether you are traveling from Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) for a sightseeing excursion or business meeting; Dallas has many attractions for you to explore during your visit. Head to White Rock Lake where you can rent a kayak or relax at the scenic picnic areas. You can also view old aircrafts at the Cavanaugh Flight Museum, where you’ll have the chance to book a ride on a Warbird aircraft, and take flight over North Dallas.
Once you pick up your rental car at the airport, take Highway 114 East to visit the hawksbill sea turtles, polka-dot stingrays and the sharks at the Dallas World Aquarium. Then you can head to the Dallas Zoo to see the elephants, giraffes and tigers. You can also hop on Interstate 635 east to experience extreme thrills at the Zero Gravity Thrill Park.
You will have plenty of time to rest on the two hour and forty-five minute flight between Detroit and Dallas. Once your flight lands, you can connect to the free Wi-Fi service, or grab a bite to eat at one of the restaurants before exploring Dallas. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is one of the busiest airports in Texas and is the largest hub for American Airlines.