Cheap Flights from London to Las Vegas Mccarran
Flight information London to Las Vegas Mccarran
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Average flight time, total distance 5231 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 London to Las Vegas
Thomas Cook Airlines from London-Stansted, British Airways from London-Heathrow and London-Gatwick (until April '16), and Virgin Atlantic from London-Gatwick.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
From Gatwick: British Airways fly to Las Vegas from the North Terminal and Virgin Atlantic fly from the South Terminal. If you're flying from the North Terminal and arriving at the airport by train you will need to take the free inter-terminal shuttle to reach the correct check-in area. Both terminals at Gatwick have a fantastic range of high-street and designer shops, and a wide selection of places to eat. Restaurants and cafes can be found on the upper level while shops are clustered on the lower level of both terminals.
From Heathrow: British Airways fly to Las Vegas from Terminal 3. Enjoy duty-free shopping in Chanel, Gucci and Harrods or treat yourself to a pre-flight dinner in the Bridge Lounge or Oriel Brasserie. There are plenty of places to grab a quick sandwich and coffee too.
From Stansted: There's only one terminal at Stansted Airport. Restaurants, bars and shops are all clustered around a central concourse. There's something to suit every appetite, whether you're in the mood for champagne and sushi, burger and a soft drink, or a meal in a celebrity chef's restaurant.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Flights from London land at Terminal 3. Bus stops are just outside the arrival hall. Westcliff Airport Express, The Centennial Express, RTC 108 and RTC 109 all charge $2* (about £1.40) for a single ticket. Alternatively you can take a shuttle bus to the strip or downtown. Tickets to the strip cost $7.50* (about £5.25) while tickets to downtown cost $9* (just under £6.50). There's a taxi rank outside the terminal. Cabs are metered, but you should expect to pay $18-30* (about £12-21) if you're going to a hotel on the strip and more than $35* (about £25) if you're heading downtown. A number of hotels in Las Vegas offer free airport transfers. You can also hire a car at Las Vegas-McCarran International Airport if you're planning on seeing a bit of Nevada during your trip.
We recommend arriving at the airport two hours before your flight is scheduled to depart. You will need a valid passport to fly to Las Vegas. Most British citizens won't need a visa if they're visiting the USA for less than 90 days thanks to the Visa Waiver Programme. This covers tourism, business discussions, and passing through. You will need to fill in an ESTA online at least 72 hours before departure. If you've ever been arrested, have visited Iraq, Iran, Syria or Sudan since 2011 (or have dual nationality with these countries) or are planning to work in the states you will need to speak to the American consulate and apply for a visa.
What to expect in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is eight hours behind London and the currency is the US Dollar ($). It's a lot hotter in Las Vegas, with summer temperatures of 34°C on average. Thankfully the casinos and shopping malls are all air conditioned. The winter temperature is fairly similar to London, with the mercury hovering around 8°C. As long as you don't spend all of your money in the casino, you should find Las Vegas quite cheap in comparison to home. Dinner for two in a mid-range restaurant costs around £40*, while a domestic beer is about £2.80.*
*Prices subject to change
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.