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Las Vegas Flights

A city soaked with bright lights and noise, Las Vegas is one of America's entertainment hubs. Open 24/7, the nights are filled with flamboyant stage shows, gambling and fine dining, while the days can be used to explore such off-the-strip entertainments as the lush botanical gardens, the fascinating museums, or the high-class shopping establishments. Finding cheap flights to Las Vegas is relatively easy, which is important, as you will definitely need the money to spend on the extraordinary hotels and endless stream of amusements.

Best time to go to Las Vegas

Peak Season:

The months between November and April make up the peak season in Las Vegas. Although there is plenty to do all year long, these months are generally cool and pleasant, making it easier for tourists to hop from casino to casino. Major holidays can also be very busy in the city, so it is important to book flights to Las Vegas well in advance.

Shoulder Season:

The shoulder season in Las Vegas lands in May, then again in October to early November. Despite the fact that this city is always filled with tourists, these months typically see a lull. The temperate climate in the shoulder make this an ideal time to visit, as it allows for a more pleasant experience while exploring some of the city's outdoor recreations.

Off Season:

The off season from June to September is exceptionally warm in this city, which means that most tourists will opt for cooler climates. Although it may be warm outdoors, this is still a great time to go as there is no end to the well-chilled indoor activities available in Las Vegas and flights are usually at their cheapest.

Las Vegas Airport and transfer information

McCarran International Airport (LAS)

Distance: 8km south of downtown Las Vegas

Taxis are definitely the most convenient method of transport in this city; however, it is important to keep cash on hand, as some taxis will not take credit cards. Public transportation and airport shuttles are also available, and are surprisingly inexpensive. Alternatively, you can rent a car or limousine at a much higher rate.

Online resources for your travel to Las Vegas

The official McCarran International Airport website offers flight information, as well as details on ground transport, and getting around the airport.The Smartraveller website provides information on travelling to the United States, passport and visa details, safety tips, and important contacts in the Nevada area.

Top Flight Routes from Las Vegas

Top Flight Routes to Las Vegas

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