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Travel Guide: Dallas 

There is one international airport, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and one city-owned public airport, Dallas Love Field. Love Field hosts Delta, Southwest, and Virgin America airlines. A direct flight from New Orleans to Dallas is approximately 1 hour and 35 minutes and are available to and from both airports.

If you prefer driving, New Orleans to Dallas will take you approximately 8.5 hours. The easiest route is Interstate 10W to I-40 N/US-167 N to I-20.

Rental Cars: There are 12 different rental car companied at DFW for you to choose from. After collecting your baggage, follow the Rental Car signs to the designated pick-up area on the lower level of the terminal. From there, board the Rental Car shuttle bus. Buses run 24 hours a day, depart every five minutes and reach the Rental Car Center in approximately 10 minutes.

App-Based rideshare: Exit the terminal and proceed to the Passenger Pick-Up sign. These signs are marked with white and green lettering. A ride from DFW to downtown Dallas starts at $39, a ride from DFW to Arlington is $22, prices are subject to change.

Public Transportation: Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is the public transportation system used for Dallas and can take travelers downtown but DOES NOT go to Arlington or near the AT&T Stadium from the airport. DFW Airport Station is located at DFW Airport's Terminal A, Lower Level Curb, Entry A-10. For more information visit here.

Rental Cars: There are 10 different rental car companied at Dallas Love Field for you to choose from. After collecting your baggage, go to the lower level in the rental car shuttle area and take a shuttle to your desired company.

App-Based rideshare: TNC service is provided on the lower level downstairs from the Baggage Claim area with light blue signs stating “Transportation Network Companies.” A ride from Dallas Love Field to downtown Dallas starts at $14, a ride from DFW to Arlington is $26, prices are subject to change.

Public Transportation: The city's public transportation is provided by Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART). Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is the public transit authority for Addison, Carrollton, Cockrell Hill, Dallas, Farmers Branch, Garland, Glenn Heights, Highland Park, Irving, Richardson, Rowlett, Plano & University Park. For customer information, contact DART at (214) 979-1111. Visit DART's website.

Getting to AT&T Stadium
Fans can take a bus or train from most areas in the metroplex. View MOOVIT for detailed routes on a map, see bus and train schedules, arrival times, and service alerts so you know exactly how to get to AT&T Stadium.

If you choose to take an app-based rideshare program, the designated drop off zone is located in Lot 15, just west of Collins Street.

Parking at AT&T Stadium
There are approximately 12,000 parking spaces distributed among 15 numbered lots at AT&T Stadium. Accessible parking spaces are issued on a first come, first served basis. In addition, there are nearly 12,000 parking spaces in lettered lots around the Texas Rangers Ballpark that may be used on an event day. Parking areas are generally open five (5) hours prior to Cowboys games.

RV Information
RVs and oversized vehicles (any vehicle longer than 19 feet) must be parked in Silver Lot 14. An RV/Oversized vehicle parking pass is required with a limited number of RV/Oversized spaces available. RV Parking can be purchased for $150 at the AT&T Stadium Ticket Office or online HERE.

Overnight parking is allowed for most events. RVs can arrive as early as 8:00 am the day before the game/event, and must depart the lot by 5:00 pm the day following the game (Stadium Event Schedule Permitting). For more information, please contact Guest Services at (817) 892-4161 or click here for more information.

Tailgating
All guests wishing to tailgate must observe the stadium guidelines which can be found here.

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