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|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jun 4|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jun 4|
|Popular Airlines||Alaska Airlines|
When flying from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), you can look forward to clearer skies in Texas. Dallas and Fort Worth are twin cities; with Dallas featuring a more urban lifestyle where you can listen to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and dine on cuisine surpassing Texas barbecue on the Katy Trail. Fort Worth showcases the rough and rowdy rodeos and stockyards that you may be expecting to see in rural Texas.
In Dallas, history buffs may enjoy a trip to the Sixth Floor Museum, where you can learn about the John F. Kennedy assassination and overlook the grassy knoll. Sports fans will enjoy tailgating before the Dallas Cowboys play at AT&T Park.
Nature lovers will appreciate the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens, and the Dallas Arboretum. The Dallas/Fort Worth metro area is also a short drive to Grapevine, where you can sample the best wine in Texas, with Southern Hospitality-sized portions.
Flights from Seattle to Dallas/Fort Worth usually take anywhere between five to nine hours, because layovers are common for this travel route. Once you arrive at DFW, you'll want to grab a rental car. Dallas and Fort Worth are less than a 30-minute drive away. On the way, stop by the larger-than-life Irving Mall where you'll find restaurants for those with discerning taste buds or a tight budget.