The Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) covers the Dallas area by bus and light rail. The airport is served by the Inwood/Love Field station on the Green Line, which connections to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and downtown Dallas. Take the DART Love Link 524 to connect to the station. The bus operates every 15-30 minutes daily. Fares are USD 2.50 for two hours of transportation or USD 5 for unlimited rides. Airport passengers can take the 8-minute shuttle ride to the Inwood/Love Field station for free. Transfers to DFW airport take 40 minutes, while downtown Dallas takes 11 minutes.
Main Terminal, landside, lower level, follow signs to Ground Transportation
Hours: 05:27-01:16 Mon-Fri, 04:29-00:51 Sat and Sun
Dallas Yellow Cab taxis are available outside of the terminal, across the street from baggage claim. The approximate fare from Love Field airport to Dallas is USD 20. A flat rate of USD 18 is available for single passengers headed to the Central Business District.
A children's restroom is located across from gate 2.
Family restrooms are located landside across from Rent-A-Car and baggage claim and under Sky Bridge, airside.
There are more than 2000 power outlets at Love Field Airport. Almost all seats in the food court area are equipped with power ports.
Be aware you are not able to eat at at night at Love Field Airport, there are no 24-hours food concessions. However, there are vending machines airside.
You will find car hire agencies in the arrivals area of the airport, provided by Alamo, Avis, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National and Thrifty.
You can book a car at the airport, or save money by booking online before you travel.
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