Las Vegas Flights

Las Vegas Airport (LAS)

McCarran International Airport is the gateway to one of North America’s most popular short break destinations. The airport is 5 miles from the downtown business district. This is a large modern airport with a wide choice of shopping and dining options. You will also find over a thousand slot machines! A new third terminal opened in 2012.

Las Vegas is well served from the UK, with routes from London and a choice of regional airports. Flying from a regional airport need not necessarily add a great deal to the price of the fare.

This is a very popular route. Strong competition between airlines keeps prices reasonably low. Airlines worth investigating include British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, KLM, United Airlines, Swiss, Air Berlin, Delta, Air France, flybe and US Airways.

Also look out for charter holiday flights from tour operators like Thomson and Thomas Cook.

The cheapest flights often depart from Belfast International, London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Glasgow International and Birmingham.

Many of the cheapest flights are indirect. For reasonably priced direct flights try British Airways, Condor and Virgin Atlantic. Most direct flights depart from Manchester, London Gatwick and London Heathrow.

Airport Location

5757 Wayne Newton Boulevard
Las Vegas,
Nevada 89119
Tel : 702.261.4636



Local Transport

• The Strip & Downtown Express bus and the Westcliff Airport Express bus head for the city centre.

• Public buses 108 and 109 connect the airport with key downtown locations.

• Shuttle services run to most of the major strip and downtown hotels.


Direct flights are available with British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Condor Airlines. (See above for possible indirect flight options).

Departure airports (direct flights):

• London Heathrow
• London Gatwick
• Manchester

Indirect flights from regional airports across the UK

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