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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Reno?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $87 and $29 for one-way flights to Reno for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
SFO Reno Jun 24 - Jun 24 $91
LAX Reno Jul 6 - Jul 15 $97
SAN Reno Jul 7 - Jul 9 $106
SJC Reno Jun 29 - Jun 30 $117
SEA Reno Jul 2 - Jul 16 $137
DEN Reno Jul 6 - Jul 13 $147
MSP Reno Aug 11 - Aug 18 $204
EWR Reno Aug 28 - Sep 23 $232
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LAX Reno Jun 13 - Jun 24 $186
SAN Reno Jun 13 - Jun 16 $186
SEA Reno Jun 13 - Jun 22 $197
SFO Reno Jun 12 - Jun 16 $241
DEN Reno Jun 12 - Jun 16 $268
JFK Reno Jun 13 - Jun 17 $310
JFK Reno Jun 13 - Jun 17 $310
MSP Reno Jun 12 - Jun 28 $377
BOS Reno Jun 12 - Jun 18 $436
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Reno Flight Information

Traveling toReno
Lowest Price$87
Number of Airlines Serving
Airlines ServingFrontier Airlines, Delta, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Alaska Airlines
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FAQs about Reno Flights

Which airlines fly to Reno?

Booking a ticket with Japan Transocean Air is the way to go if you intend to kick off your thrilling world trip in Reno.

What airport is best to fly into Reno?

Reno has only one airport. You'll be touching down at Reno, NV Airport (RNO-Reno-Tahoe Intl.), which is located 2 miles (4 kilometers) from the center of the city.

Where to stay in Reno

Start making your dreams about Reno come true by reserving your accommodations through Travelocity. With 47 sensational options at your fingertips, we know you'll find the perfect place to throw down your suitcase.

Who doesn't adore the finer things in life? If you want to indulge for a few nights, reserve a room at the Eldorado Resort Casino or the Silver Legacy Resort Casino. However, if you doubt you'll spend much time in your room, how about a cheaper option like the Travelodge by Wyndham Reno or the Desert Rose Inn?

Places to visit in Reno

Nothing beats getting out into nature, and the Western Nevada region offers some terrific outdoor adventures to throw yourself into. How about a little snowboarding? Once you've checked that off your itinerary, make some more glorious vacation memories by taking yourself skiing.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Reno

These practical hints and tips about airport security procedures will save you plenty of time on your trip to Reno:

  • Airport security will expect to see your travel ID and boarding pass at the checkpoint. Put them in a convenient place, ready for inspection.
  • Be aware that belts with metal buckles can set off the body scanner's alarms. If you're wearing one, you may be instructed to step back and remove it before continuing.
  • Laptops need to be taken out of their protective cases and placed in a tray for inspection.
  • When you approach the security checkpoint, you'll be asked to place all creams, liquids and gels in a separate tray for inspection. Make sure they're all stored in containers no larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and sealed in a clear zip-lock bag.
  • Hiking boots and other cumbersome shoes are most often X-rayed by security personnel. It might be wise to wear lightweight sneakers instead.
  • Put any pocketknives or other dangerous items inside your checked luggage. Security won't allow these on the plane.

Reno Flights & Travel Guide

From extravagant casinos to sporting events, Reno has some of the Wild West's most exciting attractions. Reno flights arrive at the Reno Tahoe International Airport (RNO) and serve as the first step to an unforgettable vacation. Whether you're visiting the same areas frequented by sports greats like Ken Shamrock, or engaging in one of the greatest photo ops ever at The Great Reno Balloon Race, which takes place in the fall, you'll have no problem finding exhilarating things to do in Reno.

Transportation from RNO

If you prefer driving yourself around, there's a Budget rental car service right in the airport. If you don't know the roads too well, you can also search for hotels close to Reno Tahoe International Airport. This will also allow you to take advantage of the complimentary hotel shuttles going to the Peppermill, Atlantis, Silver Legacy, and other casinos in the area. Those on flights to Reno will also find an active waiting area for taxis and limos, located north of the baggage claim area and outside of the D Doors. If you'd prefer to travel like a Reno local, you can opt for a trip to downtown Reno on the RTC Ride bus.

Experience Reno Excitement

Definitely consider bundle vacation packages to Reno -- you'll need more than a few extra dollars to spend at the Silver Legacy Resort & Casino, or at other attractions in "The Biggest Little City in the World." If gambling on the roulette tables isn't your idea of a good time, feel free to check out the National Automobile Museum or an exciting Reno Aces game at Aces Ballpark. Or take a day trip to Virginia City, a nearby historic mining town. Save cash by finding deals on cheap flights to Reno on Travelocity. You'll get the Travelocity Price Guarantee, which ensures you'll get the lowest price for your airfare or hotel -- or a refund of the difference.

Outdoor Recreational Activities

Reno offers several recreational activities. With three major bodies of water nearby, Lake Tahoe, Pyramid Lake, and Washoe Lake, activities such as boating and swimming and sports like windsurfing and kite-surfing are popular in the summer. In the winter, skiing and snowboarding attract lots of tourists to the local ski resorts.

Reno is also home to the National Championship Air Races, which treats spectators to a seven-day event that’s held every September at Reno Stead Airport. Reno is one of the last remaining venues for the sport, which involves planes executing acrobatic maneuvers and racing around pylons at low altitudes.

World-Class Performing Arts

The Reno Philharmonic Orchestra is the city’s professional symphony orchestra and seeks to produce inspirational orchestral performances for broad audiences. The orchestra has more than 60 musicians, and performances are held in both indoor and outdoor venues. The season opens in September and typically closes in April.

The Nevada Museum of Art has a unique collection of art that thematically embraces sustainability, green spaces, and protecting the land. Permanent collections include “The Altered Landscape: Photographs of a Changing Environment,” a signature photography exhibit that explores themes of human interaction with the natural world. As a participant in the Scholastic Art Awards, the museum also provides art classes and provides secondary school students in northern Nevada a place to exhibit their work.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Reno is in the spring, when the city experiences temperate weather for western Nevada and a lack of tourists. In the fall, Reno experiences another off-peak season, when the weather cools again and there are fewer tourists. During these off-peak seasons of fall and spring, travelers may have an easier time finding deals on accommodations and cheap flights to Reno, Nevada.

In the winter, hotel and flight prices may again be high to accommodate the surge of tourists that are eager to enjoy the winter sports available on Nevada’s western edge. Travelers who snag deals on flights to Reno in September may get to see the Great Reno Balloon Race, a three-day hot air balloon-racing event.

The most popular time to visit Reno is during the summer, when travelers flock to the city to take advantage of its proximity to Lake Tahoe, Pyramid Lake, and the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Though the weather is hot, the city offers lots of special events during this time of year. The Reno Film Festival and Reno Rodeo are both held in June, while Artown, an annual arts festival, and Tour de Nez, a bicycle racing event, are both held in July. In August, the city hosts the Reno Tahoe Open.

Getting to Reno

Travelers looking to book a flight to Reno will find that the Reno-Tahoe International Airport is conveniently located near the city. Seven commercial passenger airlines service this airport, and savvy travelers can find cheap flights to Reno, Nevada, on any of these airlines through Travelocity. Reno flights are even more convenient via the Reno-Tahoe International Airport because the public transportation system and paid shuttles offer frequent service between the airport and downtown Reno, allowing passengers to reach their accommodations and popular Reno attractions. Many hotels offer complimentary shuttles.

When booking cheap flights to Reno, NV, through Travelocity, travelers are sure to find amazing activities and attractions. Reno is a dynamic city that offers visitors a vibrant nightlife, engaging recreational activities, and unique culture.

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*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.