Book flights from Addis Ababa to Dallas with Qatar Airways
Experience world-class class service and award-winning luxury on board flights from Addis Ababa to Dallas with Qatar Airways. Relax and let all your needs be taken care of by our professional, attentive cabin crew. Your comfort is our priority, as you’ll appreciate as soon as you experience the ample seating space with that all-important legroom. Our menu of delicious cuisine and range of world-class services have been designed to enrich your journey on board.
Dallas is the cultural and commercial hub of Texas, a thrusting modern city with many attractions. The Sixth Floor Museum is devoted to the assassination of President Kennedy, and a variety of splendid museums sit in the Arts District, such as the Nasher Sculpture Centre. Meanwhile, the Dallas Zoo is home to more than 2,000 animals and provides entertainment options for visitors of all ages. The Dallas World Aquarium is also a great venue for families and visitors looking to explore underwater animals.
Arriving in Dallas
With a dramatic skyline of shining towers, huge open prairies surrounding it and a thriving arts scene, Dallas is Texas’ second-largest city and one of its most important commercial centres. Alongside the commerce and the oil industry is a city with a thriving arts scene and some historic centres of national and international importance.
Book a flight to Dallas with Qatar Airways and you’ll arrive in one of the most welcoming cities in America, where the smiles are as big as the 10-gallon hats.
The city is made up of various districts, each with their own unique personality and charm. Discovering everything that Dallas has to offer may take more than one trip, but you can guarantee you’ll be welcomed back with the same warmth and enthusiasm, no matter how often you visit.
Dallas has a wealth of museums, from the Dallas Museum of Art to the new Perot Museum of Nature and Science (hugely popular, so book your tickets in advance to ensure you can get in). The most infamous is perhaps the Sixth Floor Museum at the Texas Book Depository, from where Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President Kennedy in 1963.
Another unusual museum is the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art, which focuses on digital art rather than more traditional paintings and sculpture.
Dallas loves its sports, and if you get a chance to catch an American football game during your stay then head to the AT&T Stadium in Arlington to watch the Dallas Cowboys play.
There are also arenas for the NBA team the Dallas Mavericks at the American Airlines Center in Downtown Dallas, where you’ll also find the Dallas Stars ice hockey team.
There are plenty of open spaces in this modern city, and a great place to relax for a while is the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens along the south banks of White Rock Lake in East Dallas.
Flights to Dallas with Qatar Airways land at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure. Before you fly to Dallas please check the visa and passport requirements.
Flying from Addis Ababa
Bole International Airport serves the country of Ethiopia, providing a busy and modern international air hub that connects with destinations around the world. Formerly known (and still referred to by some taxi drivers) as Haile Selassie I International Airport, its recent regeneration has increased its capacity for both cargo and passenger flights.
The expansion of the runway has enabled this airport to cater to larger aircrafts such as Airbus 380s, and modernisation inside the terminal ensures a memorable and smooth customer experience for those flying from Addis Ababa with Qatar Airways. The airport is efficient and clean, and customers are well catered for with modern amenities and an attentive level of service from friendly, welcoming staff.
Transportation and parking
Minibuses head to and from the airport from Bole Dild minibus station, located under the flyover opposite the terminal. For customers with luggage, a taxi may be a better choice, and can be pre-ordered or booked by your hotel concierge. Shuttle services to and from the airport are also offered by most major hotels, and on-order limousines are also available. Additionally, a large car park is located conveniently close to the terminals, providing both short- and long-term accommodation for vehicles.
At the airport
Customers flying from Addis Ababa with Qatar Airways depart from Terminal 2, one of Africa’s largest international passenger terminals. Because of the sheer size of the terminal, as well as strict security checks for all international flights, it is advisable to allow at least two hours before your flight is due to depart to check-in and clear security checks.
Facilities and amenities
While there are no business or conference facilities at Addis Ababa, customers are well looked after when it comes to amenities. Comfortable lounges provide ample waiting areas, while premium lounges are also available for First and Business class customers. A number of restaurants and cafés are open, serving everything from light snacks and drinks through to more substantial meals, and you can choose from both international and local cuisine. The shopping outlets provide a selection of both luxury goods and travel accessories, and banking facilities are also available in the terminal.