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Reviewed on Oct 24, 2018
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Reviewed on Nov 30, 2020
Did not like having no movie screens, ok for short flights but I don’t like this trend.
Love flying the dreamliner!
enjoyed the flight easy and accommodating
The 2nd plane we boarded in Dallas was much more comfortable than the 1st plane we boarded in Phoenix. That plane had no room at all. The seating was not created with tall people in mind just very little people. It was very cramped with minimal leg room.. Other than that everything was fine.
Pilot knew what he was doing ride was smooth
The only complaint I have is the American Airlines employee at the Phoenix airport back to Dallas was not helpful when I told her I didn’t know how to use the kiosk to print my tickets
I was not to happy with the over booking of flight and still had to pay to check my bag, even when they asked passengers to volunteer to do so. I did not think it was right.
Appreciate most of. The services
|Number of Daily Flights||17|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 17|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 18|
|Popular Airlines||Spirit Airlines|
When you hear someone say that everything is bigger in Texas, they're not kidding, and when you travel to Dallas-Fort Worth from Phoenix, you will be right in the middle of the all the bigness. Dallas is home to the Cowboys and Dealey Plaza, and is a city that attracts both vacationers and those who are on business.
To this day, many visit the Plaza to pay their respects to JFK and tour the Sixth Floor Museum. The George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum offers an insight into the 43rd President's presidency, and the Stockyards, located in Ft. Worth, pay tribute to the city's Wild West days with a living museum.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), sits right in between Dallas and Ft. Worth. An important travel hub for Texas and the southwest, the airport is so large, it was given its own zip code. Getting around Dallas-Ft Worth is best by car. Major highways that cross each city intersect DFW, and since downtown streets are laid out in a grid pattern, you're not likely to get lost.
DFW is a two-hour nonstop flight away from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX). Flights with transfers average four hours. BBQ is a Texan food staple, so while you're in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, enjoy a serving at Snow’s BBQ.