Blackjack tables, showgirls, neon lights and Elvis imitators, you can find it all when you book cheap flights to Las Vegas. Autumn and winter are peak seasons and when most people book flights to Las Vegas, in winter the temperatures average around 21C so it’s a more comfortable time to visit. This desert city is a busy, happening place so if you’re planning to buy flight tickets for a Las Vegas holiday be sure to book well in advance. Hotels and flight tickets can be more expensive if there is an international conference or expo taking place. New Year’s celebrations are world-renowned here so if you’re planning to party in Las Vegas for New Year’s Eve get onto searching for hotels and flight tickets as soon as you know your travel dates.
Summer in the desert is hot, hot, hot and the Las Vegas is no exception with temperatures often reaching over 37C, but thankfully it’s a dry heat so the humidity is low. Hotels and casinos are air-conditioned too so Las Vegas tourists can seek relief from the desert heat. If you plan to travel to Las Vegas in the summertime, bring light clothes and plenty of sunscreen. It may be hot but, if you can handle the heat, summer is the best time to find the cheapest flights to Las Vegas and discounted Las Vegas hotel and resort rates.
This city is a popular party destination year round and travellers can always find cheap flights to Las Vegas leaving plenty of money in your pocket to spend on hotels and entertainment in Sin City – and you’ll need it. Jet-setters book flights to Las Vegas to celebrate in style during holiday weekends, while gamblers and sports fans find cheap flights to Las Vegas for the Super Bowl, Kentucky Derby and March Madness. During spring and summer weekends the city is overrun with bachelor and bachelorette parties often starting their celebrations even before the plane touches down.
Flights from Sydney to Las Vegas – 17 hrs 30 mins
Flights from Melbourne to Las Vegas – 18 hrs 50 mins
Flights from Brisbane to Las Vegas – 17 hrs 10 mins
Flights from Perth to Las Vegas – 19 hrs 40 mins
Virgin Australia and Qantas are Australian carriers that operate flights to Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport (LAS), via Los Angeles, from Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. Honolulu and San Francisco are alternative stopover points with airlines United, Southwest Airlines and Delta offering cheap domestic flights to Las Vegas.
McCarran International Airport (LAS) is located 8 kilometres south of downtown Las Vegas, and the city can be accessed by a variety of transport options. Taxis, shuttle buses and city buses are available directly outside baggage claim area. Alternatively travel into town by sedan, stretch limousine or SUV – the airport has a walk-up service or you can book in advance.