Cheap Flights from Los Angeles International to Las Vegas Mccarran
Flight information Los Angeles International to Las Vegas Mccarran
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Average flight time, total distance 236 miles
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Las Vegas Mccarran and Las Vegas North Air Terminal
This information is correct as of January 2016
Airlines that fly from Los Angeles to Las Vegas
American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, United Airlines, United Express and Virgin America all fly from LAX to Las Vegas. Southwest Airlines also fly to Las Vegas from LA-Ontario International Airport, John Wayne Airport and Bob Hope Airport. JetBlue fly from Long Beach Airport.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
From LAX: American Airlines fly from terminals 4 and 6, Delta and Delta Connection fly from terminals 5 and 6, Southwest fly from terminal 1, Spirit and Virgin America fly from terminal 3, and United and United Express fly from terminals 7 and 8.
From LA-Ontario: Southwest fly from Terminal 4. The departure lounge has a good variety of places to eat including Carl's Jr., Schlotzsky's Deli, Round Table Pizza, and El Paseo Cafe & Bar. There are a few newsstands and souvenir shops too. Free Wi-Fi is available for up to four hours.
From John Wayne: Southwest fly from Terminal C. Shopping in Terminal C is limited to a few newsstands and a Caterina's confectionary shop. Places to eat include Carl's Jr., Starbucks, Ciao Gourmet Market, and the Stella Artois Belgian Beer Bar.
From Bob Hope: Southwest fly from Terminal A.
From Long Beach: JetBlue fly from the North Terminal.
Terminal Information – Arriving
American, Delta, Southwest and Spirit flights arrive at Terminal 1 while Virgin America and United land at Terminal 3. Buses are available outside the ground floor of each terminal, although you have to cross a parking lot to reach it from T1. Single tickets on the Westcliff Airport Express, The Centennial Express, RTC 108 and RTC 109 cost $2* (about £1.40). Shuttle buses run between the airport and The Strip as well as to downtown. Expect to pay $7.50* (about £5.25) for a shuttle to the strip and $9* (just under £6.50) for a shuttle to downtown Las Vegas. Taxis are available: expect to pay $18-30* (roughly £12-21) for destinations on The Strip and upwards of $35* (about £25) for downtown hotels. Some hotels in Las Vegas offer free airport transfers for guests: it's a good idea to check before paying extra for a bus or taxi. Car hire is also available, ideal if you're planning a few daytrips to nearby national parks and attractions.
American citizens don't need a passport to fly on domestic routes, however British citizens will need to show their passports. We recommend arriving at the airport at least one hour before scheduled departure.
What to expect in Las Vegas
There's no time difference between Las Vegas and Los Angeles. LA is hot, but Sin City is hotter. During the summer you can expect an average temperature of 34°C: thankfully the casinos and shopping malls are air conditioned. The winter is very cool, with an average temperature of 8°C. Prices in Las Vegas can be quite high depending on where you eat and drink. Learn more about what to expect in Las Vegas with our Travel Guide.
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