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Flight information Las Vegas Mccarran to Miami International

Cheapest return price last month

£112

Direct airline

1

Flights per week

22

Average flight time, total distance 2173 miles

4h 24min

Most popular airline last month

American Airlines

Miami International

1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Miami International: Miami International.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Las Vegas Mccarran to Miami International is £112. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
4h 24min is the average flight time from Las Vegas Mccarran to Miami International.
There is one airline that flies direct from Las Vegas Mccarran to Miami International.
As of October, there are 22 flights per week flying from Las Vegas Mccarran to Miami International.

Flight Information

Travellers looking to find cheap flights from Las Vegas to Miami will discover that flights between Las Vegas' McCarran Airport (LAS) and Miami International Airport (MIA) operate daily through such carriers as American Airlines and United Airlines. Other airlines providing cheap flights from Las Vegas to Miami include Delta Airlines, Frontier Airlines, and Alaska Airlines.

Nonstop flights from Las Vegas to Miami are few. Airlines that offer one-stop or multi-stop Las Vegas to Miami flights make their layovers in cities from coast-to-coast.

Las Vegas' McCarran Airport, which advises domestic travellers to arrive two hours before their flights, has two terminals, 1 and 3, which are used for all Miami-bound flights. To get between terminals, passengers utilize the automated transit system. This way, they can enjoy a number of dining options, which range from coffee shops like Starbucks to fast food such as Carl Jr.'s and Wendy's. A wide variety of shopping options are also found in the terminals, which include a 10,000-square-foot duty-free store in Terminal 3 and a smaller one located in Terminal 1.

Flights from Las Vegas land in Miami's north and central terminals. Inside the airport, services include ATMs, a lost and found, a children's area called Plane Fun, and nursing suites for moms. For travellers looking for a car hire, there are a number of national companies located at the Rental Car Center at the airport, which you can get to from baggage claim by taking the MIA Mover. A number of taxicab and shuttles service the airport as well.

If passengers going from Las Vegas to Miami are looking for public transportation into the city, they can elect to take the Metrobus, Metrorail, or Tri-Rail to get there. To ride on public transportation, riders must purchase an EASY Card pass. These can be obtained through vending machines, which are located in Miami Central Station (MCS).

The MCS, located right next door to the Rental Car Center, can also be reached from MIA by the MIA Mover. MCS is the depot that houses Greyhound, Miami-Dade Metrobus, courtesy buses and shuttles servicing MIA, intercity buses, and taxis. It's located conveniently right next door to the Rental Car Center.

What to Expect When Arriving in Miami

When passengers travel from Las Vegas to Miami, you'll lose three hours because Las Vegas is in the Pacific time zone while Miami is in the later Eastern time zone. The temperature in Miami, though, is something that won't be too new to travellers from Las Vegas. Throughout the year, the two regions’ temperatures stay rather close to each other, averaging about 5°C different one way or the other, with humidity being the most noticeable difference.

How Much You'll Spend Between Las Vegas and Miami

While both Las Vegas and Miami are considered party cities, full of nightlife, entertainment, and great restaurants, prices are a bit cheaper in Vegas. An average meal at a casual restaurant is about 33 percent less expensive in Las Vegas. Buying a fancy dress for a night out in Miami will also cost you about 33 percent more.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.