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Cheap Flights from Texas

Planning a vacation from Texas? Your final destination is limited only by your imagination! As Texas shares borders with Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and the country of Mexico, dozens of great cities are just a short flight away. Craving a little more adventure? Since all major airlines stop in Texas, you'll also find flights from Texas to all the world's most remote and exotic locations. To start planning your bucket list, use Skyscanner's Everywhere Search Feature to see all flight possibilities from Texas.

Airport Options in Texas

Texas is one of the largest and most populous states in the country, and as such, it is home to hundreds of international and small domestic airports. By far, the busiest airport in the state is Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). With over 65 million passengers served per year, it is also one of the busiest airports in the world. The airport consists of five passenger terminals and is a major hub for American Airlines. DFW is located in north Texas.

George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), located 37 km from downtown Houston, is the state's second-busiest airport. The airport has five passenger terminals and is a hub for Atlas Air and United Airlines. IAH sits in southeast Texas. William P. Hobby Airport is another busy airport in the area, about 11 km from Houston.

Though most of the biggest airports in the state are located in the eastern half of Texas, there are airports available in the west as well. El Paso International Airport is located at the westernmost point of Texas near El Paso. The airport consists of one main passenger terminal. Another busy airport in western Texas is Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport (LBB), located about 8 km from Lubbock. The airport is served by American Airlines, American Eagle, Southwest Airlines, and United Express.

Popular Destinations from Texas

Since Texas is so large geographically, there are many things to see and do within the state's borders. If you're looking to take a quick weekend trip, you can listen to great music in Austin, tour the Alamo in San Antonio, or visit the Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo. Carriers like American Airlines and American Eagle fly direct to these great cities. Looking to head out of state? Book a flight to nearby Louisiana for good food and great jazz music. If you're vacationing in February, fly from Texas to New Orleans and take part in the exciting Mardi Gras festivities.

Flights from Texas to London, England are also very popular on airlines like British Airways. With must-see attractions like Big Ben, the London Eye, and Buckingham Palace, London is an incredible city to explore. Since it can be a bit pricey for tourists to visit London, be sure to set a Skyscanner Price Alert before booking your flight to ensure you're getting the best deal on transportation.

Texas Airport and Travel Tips

If the airport you choose to fly from is located in a busy city like Houston or Dallas, there will likely be a public transportation bus or train service with stops directly at the airport. Uber and Lyft drivers are also usually permitted to drop passengers off at major airports. Regular taxis are also always an option. If you're driving your own car, check the airport's official website before leaving to find out which parking lot is closest to your terminal. You may also be able to reserve a parking spot in advance.

If you're flying to a domestic location, most airlines recommend arriving no later than two hours before flight departure. For international destinations, add another hour to account for extra customs and security checks. Always remember to bring a valid passport as well.

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