|Best Price Found||$707||The best flight deal from Dallas to Venice found on momondo in the last 72 hours is $707|
|Fastest flight time||15h 35m||The fastest flight from Dallas to Venice takes 15h 35m.|
|Direct flights||None||There are no direct flights from Dallas to Venice. Popular non-direct routes for this connection are Dallas Love Field - Venice Marco Polo, Dallas/Fort Worth - Venice Treviso A. Canova and Dallas/Fort Worth - Venice Marco Polo.|
|Airports in Venice||2 airports||There are 2 airports near Venice: Venice Treviso A. Canova (TSF), Venice Marco Polo (VCE)|
Pros: The crew was okay,...and we got there
Cons: The plane, was a piece of junk, and the AC wasn't working.
Pros: This Transavia Airlines is not good at all.
Cons: Many things cheaper does mean better.
Cons: I didn't flight because I was tested Covid-19 positive ! I am waiting for AeroMexico to contact me to get and flight back to Minneapolis !
Cons: Boarding was a disaster as my companion was selected for random search which held us up as there was no urgency to process us. Then there was no sign for where we should go since upper deck on 747 so we went in "economy" line as indicated on ticket and then was sent to correct line when we got to the front, wasting more time. The seatrs were the most uncomfortable I have ever beeon on for a long flight. I also paid extra to be in the exit row, to have people constantly congregating in front of us.
Cons: offering water at regular intervals (or at least once or twice in the entire 8 to 9 hour flight would be good.
Pros: Air Crew was professional and polite - flight was quick and lasted less than 90 minutes in the air, was overall enjoyable
Cons: Gate attendant was fairly rude (could be a result of holiday travel stress) - several travelers didn’t speak English fluently, and she would snap at them or roll her eyes they weren’t comprehending instructions. Boarded extremely early (almost an hour) but sat on tarmac for some time - eventually took off about 20 minutes late. Not airlines fault and likely result of holiday backlog Retrieving baggage from plane was biggest issue - use a carry on to but was required to valet bag as opposed to storing overhead. Baggage unloading was late (again, holiday backlog) but no personnel were available to inform passengers of delay, and bags were not in initial cart. Resulted a delay of offloading by roughly 20 minutes. Was ultimately found in the second wave of luggage, and witnessed baggage handlers tossing luggage carelessly onto cart floor. Nothing was damaged but was annoyed at lack of communication and overall disorganization.
Pros: Unlike my previous BA LHR-PHX flights, this one was in a 787. The humidity is much better in a 787. It makes a huge comfort difference in a 10-hour flight. As always on BA, the food was very good.
Cons: Seats were a a bit cramped. The flight crew seemed overworked.
Cons: The controls for entertainment are on the arm rest so next passenger always hitting volume and channels
Pros: Comfortable seat - great service
Pros: flight itself
Cons: delayed departure EXTREMELY LATE LUGGAGE HANDLING IN BRUSSELS, more than 1 hour after arrival for SKI's to be delivered !!
Airlines such as Delta and Alitalia have taken additional precautions to make sure you’re safer while traveling. When flying from Dallas to Venice, expect masks to be provided - they are required onboard. Aircrafts are also being cleaned thoroughly with enhanced products regularly. Additional policies include the installation of HEPA filters and pre-flight testing. Some airlines are even offering socially-distanced seating for a limited time. Keep in mind that policies will vary by airline.
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