Flights to Texas

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10 nights in Austin, departing London Gatwick on 27 / Mar / 2019 with Norwegian Air UK (price found 41 hours ago)

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Texas

Lone Star State

Several airlines offer cheap and regular flights to Texas’ three major cities; America’s biggest state. Although you can feel that ranching culture almost anywhere – even oil founded cities – but its best felt out there in Wide Open and Big Bend Country.

Top cities in Texas where you can fly into

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Dallas
Flights to Dallas
£ 450
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Houston
Flights to Houston
£ 375
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Austin
Flights to Austin
£ 356
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San Antonio USA
Flights to San Antonio USA
£ 652
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El Paso
Flights to El Paso
£ 712
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Texas

Texas country is as country does

Country


Texas country is vast and empty, intersected by lazy rivers that find no traction on flat plains. Country isn't just land here. It's in denim fashion-statements, lively cities and secret barbecue sauce recipes. It's between lazy ‘gee-tar’ string twangs and in the dust kicked up by leather boots at red dirt gigs. The country way of life has carried on here in spite of oil and urbanisation. It reminisces of antebellum life; working and living off the land and good old fashioned American hospitality.

Fares and farms

Livestock shows, rodeos, exhibitions, farm food fares – Texas likes a party. In the fiercely hot and humid peak season, days build to weeks, weeks build to months as Texans wait for the summer to relinquish its grip so that the roster of festivals can kick off. It’s perhaps the most interactive way to experience that old agricultural way of life and many visitors time their visit with the likes of Houston’s Livestock show and Rodeo, Dallas’ State Fair and San Antonio’s Fiesta.

Wild open country

The real Texas is out there where tumbleweeds roll up mesas and along the old stage coach lines. But it's by no means all dry and torrid emptiness. Thousands are drawn every day to the colours of Lost Maples in the fall, rafting and other water activities in the Rio Grande and hikes that straddle the Mexican border. Roam this hinterland stocked with Texan Ranger mythologies, bandit legends and Wild West feels.

When to go


Texas’ size means that it has climes that vary from arid desert of the west to the subtropical Piney Woods in the east. As a generalisation, the best time to visit is the spring or the fall as summer highs and humidity can be intolerable for those unaccustomed to them. Having said that, if there’s a county fair or festival in town (a big part of Texan culture), expect higher accommodations costs.

April to June, September and October is when the days are warm and the nights cool. Peak summer temperatures reach as high as 36 degrees Celsius both in Dallas in the far north and 34 in Houston way down south. This margin of a couple of degrees is a typical difference between Texan major cities Austin and San Antonio as well but don’t be fooled, the high humidity in easterly Houston make it seem much hotter.

If you plan on visiting the coast, be aware of hurricanes and heavy rain from June to September.

Airports and airlines

You've searched for flights to the state of Texas. Scroll through the flight options above to compare the various flight routes available from the UK. We scan 103,536 flights worldwide so searching by a bigger region (rather than say by city) enables you to take advantage of a wider pool of flights. Here's some useful tips to bear in mind when searching for flights to Texas:

  • November is the cheapest time to fly
  • The most popular airlines are: British Airways, United Airlines and Air France
  • The most popular airports are: Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) and Austin (AUS)

Take a look above at the most popular Texan destinations and get an idea for prices. We recommend you book at least three months in advance to get a reasonable rate.

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