The flight route from Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) to New York (NYC) accounts for a significant portion of the daily US air traffic. With between 22 and 36 direct flights a day there are ample opportunities to leap across half the country quickly and easily. In a flight time of just under 3 and a half hours you will have crossed 1547 miles. Airlines offering a non-stop option are: Spirit, Delta, United and American.
Those aiming to save cash can opt for a low-cost air ticket option which is available from many of the airlines serving this route. The cheapest prices are usually available in the middle of the week. Other tips for bargain hunters include booking early.
Passengers can fly to any of the five New York airports: JFK International (JFK), LaGuardia (LGA), Newark (EWR), Westchester and Long Island. Getting into and around NYC should not be a problem - use the subway system to navigate your way around. Taxis are also an option - although far more expensive and not necessarily any faster.