196 Direct Flights From Dallas That Can Be Booked With British Airways Avios

8th in a series.

-Chase British Airways Visa: Earn 50,000 Avios for spending $2,000, that’s enough for 11 one-way flights! Until 12/31/14 this card’s annual fee is waived for the first year.
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Did you know that there are 196 places you can fly direct to from Dallas with your BA Avios?

British Airways Avios can’t be beat for short-haul nonstop flights thanks to ultra-low award rates, no expedite/close-in fees, and dirt cheap award cancellations. Below are all of the direct flights from Dallas that can be booked with Avios.

Be sure to read the British Airways knowledgebase and the 22 Things To Keep In Mind When Using Avios for everything you NEED to know about the BA program and how to best search for BA award availability with tips like always booking one-way awards. If you have a question it’s probably already been answered there!

Notes:
1. Rates in the chart are for one-way flights. Generally speaking it’s a good idea to book BA flights as one-ways to give you maximum flexibility.

2. Rates are always given in Avios. Currently there is a 40% bonus for transferring AMEX MR points into Avios and there is always a 25% bonus for transferring increments of 20K Starwood Starpoints into Avios. That just means that if a route requires 25K Avios for example you will only need 20K Starpoints and if a route requires 35K Avios for example you will only need 25K AMEX MR points with the current promotion.

3. Routes that are displayed in bold are subject to fuel surcharges, which can add up to to several hundred dollars each way.

4. There are no fuel surcharges for flights on: Aer Lingus, Air Berlin, Alaska, LAN, and TAM. There are also no fuel surcharges for American and USAirways flights within the western hemisphere, for JAL flights within Japan, and for Qantas flights within Australia. Fuel surcharges for intra-Europe flights are also typically quite low. Fuel surcharges for travel on Cathay Pacific aren’t too bad while fuel surcharges to fly on British Airways border on the criminal.
You can save on the fuel surcharges imposed on Iberia flights by transferring British Airways Avios into Iberia Avios.

5. In the charts below I’ve only included direct flights as BA charges Avios for each flight segment.

For example Kauai isn’t on the chart as BA does not have any partners that fly nonstop from Dallas-Kauai.  Though you can always fly to Kauai via Los Angeles, Portland, San Diego, San Jose, or Seattle for 10K for the Dallas-west coast segment and 12.5K for the West coast-Kauai segment with no fuel surcharges on American or Alaska. Or fly to Phoenix for 7.5K and from Phoenix to Kauai on USAirways for 12.5K. Plus you can stopover in the connecting city for as long or short as you want.

6. BA.com does not display availability for all airlines! If you want to book travel on airlines like Alaska, Aer Lingus, and LAN you’ll need to pick up the phone and call BA! You can search Alaska award availability on AA.com before calling BA to book it.

7. In rare cases connecting flights can be cheaper than nonstop flights when using Avios and I’ve noted that in the chart.

8. Cities in the chart may only have seasonal nonstop service.

9. A dash means that class of service isn’t offered on that route.
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Want to pickup Avios? You’re in luck as you can transfer points from all over the place to BA.

-The Chase British Airways Visa Signature offers 50,000 Avios for spending $2K. Until 12/31/14 the $95 annual fee is waived for the first year as well.  This card earns 1.25 Avios per dollar spent.  You also get 10% off British Airways flights and can earn a companion pass that is good for a free companion on a coach, business, or first class award ticket if you spend $30K in a calendar year.

-The Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express awards 25K signup points with the $95 annual fee waived or the first year. 20K Starpoints can transfer into 25K Avios with the permanent 25% transfer bonus.

-American Express Membership Rewards points can be earned from cards like The Amex EveryDay Preferred Credit Card from American Express and The Amex EveryDay Credit Card from American Express.

Those cards both offer a year of Amazon Prime for a limited time only.  The Everyday Preferred card earns more points per dollar for everyday purchases than any other card in its class. The Everyday card is the only no annual fee card that allos points transfers into airline miles.

You can also earn Membership Rewards points from charge cards like the American Express® Premier Rewards Gold Card and The Platinum Card® from American Express.

AMEX MR points normally transfer instantly 1:1 to Avios but until 01/31/15 you’ll get 1,400 Avios for every 1K AMEX MR points transferred to British Airways.

-Chase Ultimate Rewards points are earned from consumer cards like Sapphire Preferred or Chase Freedom. They can also be earned on business cards like the Chase Ink Plus or Chase Ink Cash. These points also can transfer instantly 1:1 to Avios.

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View the complete 196 route chart after the jump:

DestinationAirlineCoachBusinessFirst
Abilene, TXAmerican4.5K--
AguascalientesAmerican7.5K--
AlbuquerqueAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Alexandria, LAAmerican4.5K--
Amarillo, TXAmerican4.5K13.5K-
AnchorageAmerican20K60K-
AspenAmerican7.5K22.5K-
AtlantaAmerican7.5K22.5K-
AustinAmerican4.5K13.5K-
BaltimoreAmerican10K30K-
Baton RougeAmerican4.5K--
Beaumont, TXAmerican4.5K--
Belize CityAmerican10K20K-
Birmingham, ALAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Bismarck, NDAmerican7.5K--
Bloomington, ILAmerican7.5K--
Bogota, ColombiaAmerican12.5K25K-
BostonAmerican10K30K-
Brownsville, TXAmerican4.5K--
Buenos AiresAmerican25K50K75K
Cabo San LucasAmerican7.5K15K-
CalgaryAmerican10K20K-
CancunAmerican7.5K15K-
Cedar RapidsAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Champaign, ILAmerican7.5K--
Charleston, SCAmerican7.5K--
Charleston, WVAmerican7.5K--
CharlotteAmerican, USAirways7.5K22.5K-
ChattanoogaAmerican7.5K--
ChicagoAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Chihuahua American4.5K--
CincinnatiAmerican7.5K--
ClevelandAmerican7.5K22.5K-
College Station, TXAmerican4.5K--
Colorado SpringsAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Columbia, MOAmerican4.5K--
Columbia, SCAmerican7.5K--
ColumbusAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Corpus ChristiAmerican4.5K13.5K-
CozumelAmerican7.5K15K-
DaytonAmerican7.5K22.5K-
DenverAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Des MoinesAmerican4.5K13.5K-
DetroitAmerican7.5K22.5K-
DohaQatar50K100K-
Durango, COAmerican7.5K--
EdmontonAmerican10K20K-
El PasoAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Evansville, INAmerican4.5K--
Fargo, NDAmerican7.5K--
Fayetteville, ARAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Fort LauderdaleAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Fort MyersAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Fort Smith, ARAmerican4.5K--
Fort Walton Beach, FLAmerican4.5K--
Fort WayneAmerican7.5K--
FrankfurtAmerican25K50K75K
FresnoAmerican10K30K-
Garden City, KSAmerican4.5K--
Grand Island, NEAmerican4.5K--
Grand Junction, COAmerican7.5K--
Grand Rapids, MIAmerican7.5K--
Greensboro, NCAmerican7.5K--
Greenville, SCAmerican7.5K22.5K-
GuadalajaraAmerican7.5K15K-
Guatemala City American10K20K-
Gulfport, MSAmerican4.5K--
Gunnison, COAmerican7.5K22.5K-
HartfordAmerican10K30K-
Hattiesburg, MSAmerican4.5K--
Hayden, COAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Hong KongAmerican50K (42.5K via Chicago)100K (77.5K via Chicago)150K (112.5K via Chicago)
HonoluluAmerican20K60K-
Houston/HOUAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Houston/IAHAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Huntsville, ALAmerican4.5K13.5K-
IndianapolisAmerican7.5K22.5K-
IxtapaAmerican7.5K15K-
Jackson, MSAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Jackson Hole, WYAmerican7.5K22.5K-
JacksonvilleAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Joplin, MOAmerican4.5K--
Kansas CityAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Killeen, TXAmerican4.5K--
KnoxvilleAmerican7.5K--
Lafayette, LAAmerican4.5K--
Lake Charles, LAAmerican4.5K--
Laredo, TXAmerican4.5K--
Las VegasAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Lawton, OKAmerican4.5K--
Leon, MexicoAmerican7.5K15K-
Lexington, KYAmerican7.5K--
Liberia, Costa RicaAmerican10K20K-
Lima, PeruAmerican20K40K-
Little RockAmerican4.5K13.5K-
LondonAmerican, British Airways25K50K75K
Longview, TXAmerican4.5K--
Los AngelesAmerican10K30K-
LouisvilleAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Lubbock, TXAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Madison, WIAmerican7.5K--
MadridAmerican25K50K-
Manhattan, KSAmerican4.5K--
MauiAmerican20K60K-
Mazatlan, MexicoAmerican7.5K--
McAllen, TXAmerican4.5K13.5K-
MemphisAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Meridian, MSAmerican4.5K--
Mexico CityAmerican7.5K15K-
MiamiAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Midland, TXAmerican4.5K13.5K-
MilwaukeeAmerican7.5K22.5K-
MinneapolisAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Mobile, ALAmerican4.5K--
Moline, ILAmerican7.5K--
Monroe, LAAmerican4.5K--
Montego BayAmerican10K20K-
Monterrey, MexicoAmerican4.5K9K-
MontgomeryAmerican4.5K--
MontrealAmerican10K20K-
Montrose, COAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Morella, MexicoAmerican7.5K--
NashvilleAmerican4.5K13.5K-
NassauAmerican10K20K-
New OrleansAmerican4.5K13.5K-
NYC/EWRAmerican10K30K-
NYC/JFKAmerican10K30K-
NYC/LGAAmerican10K30K-
Norfolk, VAAmerican10K30K-
Oklahoma CityAmerican4.5K13.5K-
OmahaAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Ontario, CAAmerican10K30K-
Orange County, CAAmerican10K30K-
OrlandoAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Palm Springs, CAAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Panama CityAmerican10K20K-
ParisAmerican25K50K-
Pensacola, FLAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Peoria, ILAmerican7.5K--
PhiladelphiaAmerican, USAirways10K30K-
PhoenixAmerican, USAirways7.5K22.5K-
PittsburghAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Portland, ORAlaska, American10K30K-
Providenciales, Turks and CaicosAmerican10K20K-
Puebla, MexicoAmerican7.5K--
Puerto VallartaAmerican7.5K15K-
Queretaro American7.5K--
Raleigh/DurhamAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Rapid City, SDAmerican7.5K--
RenoAmerican10K30K-
Richmond, VAAmerican10K30K-
Rio de JaneiroAmerican25K50K-
Roatan, HondurasAmerican10K20K-
Roswell, NMAmerican4.5K--
S. Angelo, TXAmerican4.5K--
S. AntonioAmerican4.5K13.5K-
S. DiegoAmerican10K30K
S. FranciscoAmerican10K30K-
S. Jose, CAAmerican10K30K-
S. Jose, Costa RicaAmerican10K20K-
S. Juan, PRAmerican12.5K25K-
S. LouisAmerican4.5K13.5K-
S. Luis Potosi, MexicoAmerican7.5K--
S. SalvadorAmerican10K20K-
SacramentoAmerican10K30K-
Salt Lake CityAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Santa Fe, NMAmerican4.5K--
Santiago, ChileAmerican25K50K-
Sao PauloAmerican25K50K75K
Savannah American7.5K--
SeattleAlaska, American10K30K-
SeoulAmerican35K70K105K
ShanghaiAmerican50K100K150K
ShreveportAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Sioux FallsAmerican7.5K--
Springfield, ILAmerican4.5K--
Springfield, MOAmerican4.5K--
SydneyQantas50K (45K via Honolulu)100K150K
TallahasseeAmerican7.5K--
TampaAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Texarkana, ARAmerican4.5K--
TokyoAmerican30K60K90K
TorontoAmerican10K20K-
Torreon, MexicoAmerican4.5K--
TucsonAmerican7.5K22.5K-
TulsaAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Tyler, TXAmerican4.5K--
VailAmerican7.5K22.5K-
VancouverAmerican10K20K-
WacoAmerican4.5K--
Washington/DCAAmerican10K30K-
Washington/IADAmerican10K30K-
West Palm Beach, FLAmerican7.5K22.5K-
Wichita, KSAmerican4.5K13.5K-
Wichita Falls, TXAmerican4.5K--
Zacatecas, MexicoAmerican7.5K--

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16 Responses to “196 Direct Flights From Dallas That Can Be Booked With British Airways Avios”

  1. abraham Says:
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    Hey Dan,
    These lists are amazing!! Any chance you can make one with Toronto??

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  2. Dan Says:
    2

    @abraham:
    Thanks.

    Maybe I’ll do a roundup of secondary cities like that. Anyone else have any requests?

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  3. adam Says:
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    I understand that from Boston to Dublin there is major savings that can be got for 12.5 K . I’ve read on all the travel blogs that that is one of the best deals that if you can get you. can you do a thorough article on such a trip and what are the details .

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  4. Eli Says:
    4

    Thanks! I love when u do this stuff!

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  5. Howard Says:
    5

    I am trying to transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to Avios, but I can’t find anyplace on their site to do it, and a Chase phone rep says it’s not possible and never was. Was it discontinued? Or is there a way to do it? Thanks Dan!

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  6. Dan Says:
    6

    @adam:
    Not really much to say.
    It’s on Aer Lingus, so you need to call BA to book it. Be sure they waive the phone booking fee as its not online.
    Coach is 12.5K, business is 25K, no fuel surcharges.

    United.com does show Aer Lingus award availability, though it doesn’t quite match what BA has access to.

    @Eli:
    Thanks.

    @Howard:
    What cards do you have?

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  7. mottele Says:
    7

    +1! Thanks again!
    I’d also really appreciate a Toronto post!

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  8. hs!n@z Says:
    8

    @Howard, I think you may be in the same boat as I 🙁 I have the old Amex no fee Plat with no benefits. Chase said if I have one of the newer biz cards (which I foolishly ALL closed to save AFees) I could then transfer (e.g AX Gold Biz etc.)

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  9. adam Says:
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    @Howard not sure how you doing we’re doing it but it must be done through ultimaterewards.com

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  10. Anthony Says:
    10

    If you’re taking requests, I’d like to throw Austin in there! Love these lists. Keep up the good work!

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  11. Dfw Jon Says:
    11

    Thanks for this treat of a post Dan! Just curious why some destinations are bold eg, Paris

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  12. Dfw Jon Says:
    12

    Doh! Read note number 3!

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  13. MSPRich Says:
    13

    Dan, awesome list and great blog — any chance you’d be able to publish from Minneapolis? Or not sure how you compile but I’d love to know.

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  14. i say Says:
    14

    the expiration date for the $0 introductory annual fee is March/31/2015

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  15. MSPRich Says:
    15

    Dan, I’ve been reading your blog for a few years now and haven’t posted but I’ve always wondered, How many total airline miles /hotel points would you estimate you’ve compiled in the last 10 years (from offers)?

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  16. meg Says:
    16

    Hi, Great list thanks! How did you find these routes? the BA website is so frustrating!

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