Beginning of main content
Round Trip Icon
Trip Type
Flight 1
Flight 2
Flight 3
Flight 4
Flight 5
Due to coronavirus (COVID-19) travel advisories, some destinations may be unavailable for certain dates. Find out more.

Feel at ease with free flight cancellations within 24 hours of booking

Change your flight without a fee on select flights

How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Las Vegas?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $48 and $50 for one-way flights to Las Vegas for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
DEN Las Vegas Jun 28 - Jul 1 $48
SEA Las Vegas Jul 4 - Jul 8 $58
LAX Las Vegas Jun 28 - Jun 30 $60
SFO Las Vegas Jul 5 - Jul 8 $70
MSP Las Vegas Jun 30 - Jul 3 $74
DFW Las Vegas Jul 7 - Jul 8 $93
ORD Las Vegas Sep 15 - Sep 21 $110
ATL Las Vegas Jun 29 - Jul 3 $142
PHL Las Vegas Jul 18 - Jul 21 $159
EWR Las Vegas Aug 3 - Aug 4 $167
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
DEN Las Vegas Jun 26 - Jun 30 $53
MSP Las Vegas Jun 27 - Jul 3 $61
LAX Las Vegas Jun 27 - Jun 29 $67
SEA Las Vegas Jun 27 - Jun 29 $131
DFW Las Vegas Jun 27 - Jul 1 $179
ATL Las Vegas Jun 26 - Jul 6 $180
SFO Las Vegas Jun 26 - Jul 21 $206
ORD Las Vegas Jun 26 - Jun 27 $233
PHL Las Vegas Jun 26 - Jul 3 $323
LGA Las Vegas Jun 26 - Jun 29 $523
*Prices include taxes and fees

Flight Review

Mar 16, 2020

Tiffany one our attendants on flight 354 was awesome. She really made the flight pleasant with warm, upbeat positive SPIRIT

Mar 15, 2020

I was pleasantly surprised with the 787 American airplane. The seats were comfortable and spacious.

Mar 15, 2020


Mar 14, 2020


Mar 10, 2020

Flight arrived on time. Very happy with spirit airlines

Mar 9, 2020

long walk to get checked bags

Mar 9, 2020

Very much enjoyed the humor and friendliness of the staff. Great flight.

Mar 9, 2020

Everything excellent

Mar 8, 2020

tv or movies

Mar 8, 2020

Just get there when they say 2hrs long lines two tellers

Mar 8, 2020

The flight attendant who did the announcements was fantastic.

Mar 8, 2020

Flight was smooth and the staff were awesome.

Find The Perfect Hotel For After Your Flight

Amazing Las Vegas Accommodation Deals

See all 3,404 Properties in Las Vegas

Our Top Las Vegas with Airport Shuttles

See all 3,404 Properties in Las Vegas

Luxury Hotels in Las Vegas

See all 3,404 Properties in Las Vegas

Family Friendly Hotels in Las Vegas

See all 3,404 Properties in Las Vegas

Need a Car For After Your Flight?

Las Vegas LAS Flight Information

Traveling toLas Vegas LAS
Lowest Price$48
Number of Airlines Serving2
Airlines ServingFrontier Airlines
Number of Daily Flights4
Airlines with Direct FlightsAmerican Airlines, Southwest Airlines

FAQs about Las Vegas Flights

Can I catch a flight to Las Vegas at the moment?

Before committing to fly to Las Vegas, be sure to check out our Covid-19 Travel Advisor to see if there are any current travel restrictions or quarantine requirements in place.

If I am not able to travel due to COVID-19, can I change my booking to a later date?

For more info about changing your flight to Las Vegas, please visit our Customer Service Portal.

What airport is best to fly into Las Vegas?

A significant number of jet-setters touch down at Las Vegas every day, so it's not surprising that this bustling city has numerous airports. Before you lock in your ticket, make sure you check them out:

  • HSH – 10 mi from downtown
  • North Las Vegas Airport (VGT) – 7 mi from downtown
  • Las Vegas, NV Airport (LAS-McCarran Intl.) – 2 mi from downtown
Where to stay in Las Vegas

Get your Las Vegas getaway off on the right foot by securing your lodgings with Travelocity. You'll find no less than 5,570 options to choose from, all within a reasonable commute of the center.

Who doesn't adore life's luxuries? If you want to indulge for a night or two, book a room at The Cromwell or the Bally's Las Vegas - Hotel & Casino. More of a budget savvy adventurer? The Travelodge by Wyndham Las Vegas Center Strip and the Ellis Island Hotel may be more your style.

If you've read some incredible things about Las Vegas Convention Center and are dying to experience it, you may want to stay nearby. The Residence Inn Las Vegas Convention Center by Marriott and the Courtyard by Marriott Las Vegas Convention Center are both a stone's throw away, so have a glance at all they've got to offer and secure one today.

Places to visit in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Convention Center, and University of Nevada, Las Vegas belong on the travel plans of all Las Vegas adventurers. Clear your sightseeing program and spend an entire day visiting these truly breathtaking attractions!

Get a feel for the unique flavor of this happening city hub by spending time at attractions like Fashion Show Mall, and Thomas and Mack Center.

Take a seat at a table at Bellagio Casino if you're the type who appreciates bright lights and the exhiliration when the roulette wheel spins up. Like some more ideas? MGM Grand Casino always offers its visitors a memorable time full of high-stakes fun and excitement. But there's more. An integral part of the area's skyline is Stratosphere Tower. You can gaze at it from all over.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Las Vegas

These clever hints and tips about airport security procedures will save you a lot of time and energy on your trip to Las Vegas:

  • Airport security will request to see your boarding pass and travel ID at the checkpoint. Keep them in a convenient place, ready for inspection.
  • It's useful to know that metal belt buckles can set off the body scanner's alarms. If you're wearing one, you may be instructed to remove it before moving forward.
  • Laptops, tablets and other electronic devices must be placed in separate bins to be X-rayed.
  • Hand cream, toothpaste and other toiletry items in cream, liquid or gel form need to be stored in containers no larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters). They also need to fit in a 1-quart (1-liter) clear resealable bag.
  • Hiking boots and other heavy shoes are likely to be X-rayed by airport security. Consider wearing lightweight sneakers instead.
  • Put any multi-tools or other sharp and pointy items in your checked luggage. Airport security won't allow such things in carry-on baggage.

Cheap Flights To Las Vegas

You’ve spent what seems like countless hours in front of the mirror practicing your poker face. You know when to fold a good hand, and you’re not afraid to go all-in when the timing is right. You’re ready to throw your ante in and start playing cards. A meeting with Lady Luck might be the main reason you buy airfare to Las Vegas, but you don't have to set foot inside a casino to enjoy many Las Vegas vacation packages. This famous gambling mecca has increasingly positioned itself as a vacation destination the whole family can enjoy. Take advantage of one of the many cheap flights to Vegas and bring the kids to Adventuredome, America's largest indoor theme park, or to the Big Apple Coaster at the New York-New York Hotel & Casino. If you're an active adventurer, you can get a different perspective of The Strip from a hot-air balloon, go for a white-knuckle spin in an American muscle car, or give yourself a dirt moustache off-roading in the desert. Are urban experiences more your speed? Catch spectacular shows at many hotels, shop at the elite boutiques of Via Bellagio, or sample world cuisines at celebrity-chef restaurants. Cheap flights to Las Vegas land at McCarran International (LAS), which offers you an early taste of gaming thrills with on-site slot machines.

Transportation from LAS

Since McCarran International is only 3 miles from downtown, nearly all city accommodations qualify as Las Vegas airport hotels. But after disembarking from your cheap flights to Las Vegas, you'll still want to get to your room quickly so you can enjoy the glamour of The Strip. Both Terminals 1 and 3 generally have the same transportation options. If you booked cheap flights to Vegas, continue the money-savings with a public bus. For more direct service, try a group shuttle, or even greater convenience via the city's 10 taxi companies. The number of passengers per vehicle maxes out at five, including kids and babies. And rides to and from the airport get a small surcharge. If the cheap flights to Vegas aren’t a factor, limousine service may be more your style. Book a stylish ride in advance and your driver will meet you at baggage claim and help you with your luggage.

Hotels Near LAS

As your Las Vegas flight descends, you’ll be welcomed by the neon beacons of the casinos, calling you to play. You’ll probably want to hit the gaming floor as soon as possible. If that’s the case, we recommend the following hotels near the airport:

  • MGM Grand Hotel & Casino: Experience art deco at its “grandest” at the largest stand-alone hotel in the United States. With over 5,000 guestrooms and the largest Las Vegas casino floor, there is more than enough room to stay and play.
  • Bellagio: While it’s easy to be mesmerized by the dancing fountains in the 8-acre lake in front, you’ll be just as impressed by the opulent interior, complete with the 2,000 hand-blown glass flowers hanging from the lobby ceiling. After you’ve picked your jaw up from the floor, head over to the most serious poker room on the planet.
  • The Venetian Resort Hotel & Casino: Looking for the utmost in lavish Las Vegas luxury? You won’t find a more extravagant property than the Venetian. From a built-in gondola canal to a Guggenheim Hermitage museum, it’s no surprise that this place attracts A-list celebrities like a retiree to a hot slots machine.
  • Excalibur Hotel Casino – Feeling medieval? Live it up like King Arthur and Queen Guinevere in this upscale theme resort. With over 4,000 rooms, you’ll have no trouble finding a comfortable bed in this modern castle.
  • Things to Do Near LAS

    Chances are you are buying plane tickets to Las Vegas to play some games of chance. Before you hit the casino floor, take in a show, or high-tail it to the all-you-can-eat shrimp cocktail buffet, you might want to spend a little bit of time away from the glitz, glamour, and gambling. Here are some of our favorite things to do near the airport:

  • Hit the links: Get in a quick round of golf at one of the nearby courses. Bali Hai Golf Club is literally right at the end of the runway. And Las Vegas National Golf Course, Las Vegas Country Club, and the Wynn Gold Club are all less than 3 miles away.
  • Hoover Dam: The short half-hour drive to Hoover Dam is the only thing small about this popular tourist attraction. Marvel at the monumental concrete monolith, and maybe learn a thing or two about hydroelectricity.
  • Lake Mead: After you’ve toured Hoover Dam, take a dip in the body of water it helped to create. If you don’t feel like swimming, you can always rent a Jet Ski, take a boat ride, drop a fishing line in the waters, or simply soak up the sun.
  • Bet on Las Vegas

    Score your biggest win at Nevada's fun capital and save a stack of chips—make that, cash—when you book a hotel and airfare to Las Vegas at the same time through Travelocity. Add a rental car to the mix for even greater savings.

    *Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.