Flights from Las Vegas to Cancun
Flight information Las Vegas Mccarran to Cancun
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Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (LAS) is the busiest airport in both Las Vegas and the state of Nevada. There are no direct flights, though, from Las Vegas to Cancun International Airport (CUN). Travellers making this trip will stop at least once along the way. Flight layovers commonly happen at Mexico City Juarez International Airport (MEX). Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Denver International Airport (DEN) are also layover spots on this route. Flights from Las Vegas to Cancun with two stops might layover in Phoenix and Dallas or Los Angeles and Houston.
Travellers looking for a cheap flight from Las Vegas to Cancun should consider Aeromexico, Volaris, United, or Spirit Airlines. Interjet, American, Virgin, and Alaska Airlines also fly this route.
International flights can depart from either of the two terminals at Las Vegas McCarran International Airport, Terminal 1 or Terminal 3. Travellers on flights from Las Vegas to Cancun should check which terminal their airline flies out of. McCarran International advises travellers to arrive at least two hours prior to departure.
International flights land at Terminal 2 or Terminal 3 at Cancun International. Travellers who arrive hungry can eat at TGIFridays or California Pizza Kitchen, among others. You can also shop for sterling silver at Los Cinco Soles.
What to Expect on Arrival in Cancun
Business travellers are advised to check out Cancun International's transportation section, where it's easy to arrange ground transport to your Cancun hotel. Cancun Airport has plenty of car hire facilities available, including locations for most major car hire companies. Hertz, Thrifty, Dollar, and Budget all have counters at the airport.
It is best for travellers on a cheap flight from Las Vegas to Cancun to exchange currency through an online currency exchange service prior to their flights. The cost of consumer goods in Cancun is significantly lower than similar purchases made in Las Vegas. Overall consumer prices are about 48 per cent lower in Cancun. A meal at a mid-range restaurant may cost between 25 per cent and 40 per cent less in Cancun than in Las Vegas.
Cancun Time and Weather
Las Vegas is on Pacific Time in the United States, while Cancun is in the Eastern Time Zone. Travellers should set their watches ahead three hours after making the trip from Las Vegas to Cancun. Both cities observe Daylight Saving Time.
The weather in Cancun is sunny and pleasant, with average highs in the summer months reaching the low-30s Celsius. Average daily temperatures are in the high-20s Celsius year-round. Travelers who go swimming after they arrive will find the warmest ocean temperatures in July.
Precipitation in Cancun is more variable than temperature. The months of February, March, and April see the least rainfall. March and April usually only have about three days of rain each. September is the wettest month of the year, with 225 millimetres of rain on average.
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