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Amazing JetBlue Airways SDQ to LAS Flight Deals

The cheapest flights to McCarran Intl. found within the past 7 days were round trip and $192 one way. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.


FAQs about JetBlue Airways Flights from SDQ to LAS

What terminal is JetBlue Airways at Santo Domingo Airport (SDQ-Las Americas Intl.)?

Once you've received the boarding pass for your flight from Santo Domingo Airport (SDQ-Las Americas Intl.) to Las Vegas, NV Airport (LAS-McCarran Intl.), you should be able to identify which terminals JetBlue Airways flies into and out of. If not, ask your airline or do some online research for that information.

Are there JetBlue Airways non-stop flights from SDQ to LAS?

JetBlue Airways doesn't offer direct flights between Santo Domingo Airport (SDQ-Las Americas Intl.) and Las Vegas, NV Airport (LAS-McCarran Intl.), so prepare to make a stopover. If you're not pushed for time between flights, check out the airport shops while waiting for your connection.

How long is a JetBlue Airways flight from SDQ to LAS?

Have a power nap and begin your getaway feeling refreshed and relaxed. You'll have more than enough time to do so when traveling with JetBlue Airways between Santo Domingo Airport (SDQ-Las Americas Intl.) and Las Vegas, NV Airport (LAS-McCarran Intl.), with the flight taking roughly 9 hours and 50 minutes.

How many direct and indirect flights does JetBlue Airways fly from SDQ to LAS?

JetBlue Airways currently offers no fewer than 4 flights every day from Santo Domingo (SDQ-Las Americas Intl.) to Las Vegas, NV (LAS-McCarran Intl.).

Flying Tips & Tricks How do I find my flight number?
  • When you've finalized your booking, keep an eye on your inbox for your itinerary. Your flight number is in this document. You won't have too much trouble locating it — just keep an eye out for a code made up of numbers and letters. The first couple of letters and digit are called an IATA airline code and represent the airline you're traveling with. Following this are one, two, three or four digits which make up your flight number.
How early can you check bags for a flight?
  • Check-in and luggage drop times can be different between airlines, but there are some general rules of thumb. Taking off on a domestic flight? You can usually check your bags two hours ahead of takeoff. For international flights, three hours is standard.

*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.