#38 - Fayetteville KXNA - Dallas KDFW

The Flight from North West Arkanas Regional Airport to the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport was 46 minutes long. The distance between these two airports is 315 nm. The weather on this flight was clear sky during the whole flight with calm winds on approach.

You can see photos from this flight here below:

Dallas is the third-largest city in the state of Texas , after Houston and San Antonio , and the ninth -largest city ​​in the United States . The city has an area of ​​997.1 km² and is also the administrative seat of the county of the same name . It has a population of 1.3 million (as of 2020) and is the cultural and economic center of the 12 - county Dallas-Fort-Worth Metroplex .Founded in 1841, the city was an important center of the oil and cotton industries due to its strategic location on numerous railway lines . Today the economy is mainly driven by the telecommunications , computer , financial services and transport industries. Dallas is one of eleven world cities in the USA.

Dallas/Fort Worth Airport ( IATA code : DFW , ICAO code : KDFW ) is an international airport between the neighboring cities of Dallas and Fort Worth in the state of Texas , United States . The major airport serves as an aviation hub for American Airlines . With seven runways, the airport is also one of the busiest in the world.

With an area of ​​69.67 square kilometers, the airport is the second busiest airport in the United States after Denver Airport. With 69.1 million passengers in 2018, it was the fourth busiest airport in the United States (after Atlanta , Los Angeles and Chicago-O'Hare ), and ranked 15th in the world . In terms of the number of flight movements, it even ranked fourth worldwide with 654,344 flight movements.