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Cheap flights to Las Vegas

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Best Anytime fares to Las Vegas

Cheap round-trip flights to Las Vegas

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
London Las Vegas Sun, 25 Jan - Mon, 2 Feb airline logo SWISS £518
Manchester Las Vegas Wed, 21 Jan - Wed, 4 Feb airline logo Brussels Airlines £473
Edinburgh Las Vegas Thu, 29 Jan - Tue, 3 Feb airline logo Brussels Airlines £474
Glasgow Las Vegas Tue, 17 Feb - Tue, 24 Feb airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £494
Los Angeles Las Vegas Wed, 11 Feb - Sat, 14 Feb airline logo Virgin America £68
San Francisco Las Vegas Tue, 20 Jan - Sat, 24 Jan airline logo jetBlue £68
Birmingham Las Vegas Wed, 11 Feb - Wed, 18 Feb airline logo Brussels Airlines £474
Dublin Las Vegas Wed, 14 Jan - Tue, 20 Jan airline logo British Airways £424
Newcastle Upon Tyne Las Vegas Tue, 3 Feb - Tue, 10 Feb airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £497
New York Las Vegas Wed, 4 Feb - Thu, 5 Feb airline logo jetBlue £159
Bristol Las Vegas Mon, 9 Feb - Mon, 16 Feb Delta Airlines Delta Air Lines £576
Belfast Las Vegas Tue, 20 Jan - Sat, 24 Jan airline logo United Airlines £538
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Best weekend fares to Las Vegas

Best weekend fares to Las Vegas

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
London Las Vegas Thu, 8 Jan - Mon, 12 Jan airline logo Iberia £544
Manchester Las Vegas Thu, 15 Jan - Mon, 19 Jan airline logo US Airways £497
Edinburgh Las Vegas Thu, 5 Feb - Mon, 9 Feb airline logo Brussels Airlines £494
Glasgow Las Vegas Thu, 12 Feb - Mon, 16 Feb airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £500
Los Angeles Las Vegas Thu, 22 Jan - Mon, 26 Jan airline logo Virgin America £94
San Francisco Las Vegas Fri, 23 Jan - Mon, 26 Jan Delta Airlines Delta Air Lines £109
Birmingham Las Vegas Thu, 8 Jan - Mon, 12 Jan airline logo Lufthansa £500
Dublin Las Vegas Fri, 6 Feb - Mon, 9 Feb airline logo British Airways £436
Newcastle Upon Tyne Las Vegas Fri, 13 Feb - Sun, 15 Feb airline logo British Airways £567
New York Las Vegas Thu, 22 Jan - Mon, 26 Jan airline logo Virgin America £159
Bristol Las Vegas Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Belfast Las Vegas Fri, 30 Jan - Mon, 2 Feb airline logo United Airlines £563
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Visiting Las Vegas

Plan an affordable and convenient trip to Las Vegas using ebookers as your travel planner. Ebookers can help you book cheap flights to Las Vegas that will leave you with enough money to enjoy the casinos, fine dining and entertainment options of the place colloquially known as Sin City. Las Vegas is well known for the Strip, the area where most of the city's hotels and casinos are located, and for a number of wedding chapels that will marry a couple with few formalities.

Arriving in Las Vegas

Travellers visiting Las Vegas fly into McCarran International Airport. The airport is located in the unincorporated town of Paradise in Clark County, approximately five miles south of downtown Las Vegas. McCarran is a hub for Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Great Lakes Airlines and Allegiant Air, so there are always plenty of low-cost flight options if you are travelling domestically. Major international airlines, such as British Airways, Delta, United Airlines, Virgin Atlantic Airways, Air Canada and Aeroméxico, also fly into this airport.

Transportation from the Airport

Public bus service is available from the airport to downtown Las Vegas if you are travelling lightly for a cost of $2 per person. You can catch RTC public buses at the bus stop at Terminal 1, located outside the Zero Level. Routes 108 and 109 provide service to downtown Las Vegas, Bonneville Transit Centre and the Strip. Airport shuttle service is available from the airport to most of the hotels that are located on the Strip for approximately $6. Taxis are available at the taxi stand outside each terminal. A ride to the downtown area by taxi costs approximately $10 to $20, depending on the route the driver takes. If you want to rent a car, the car rental desks and pick-up areas are not located at the terminals. You will have to take the bus over to the Consolidated Rental Car Facility, located three miles away.

Weather Conditions in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is located in the Mojave Desert, so weather conditions are hot and dry all year long. The city experiences about 300 days of bright sunshine every year. Summer highs can reach 40°C, while in the winter months, night-time lows can fall to 4°C. Fortunately, Las Vegas is equipped to deal with the heat. The hotels, entertainment venues and restaurants make ample use of air conditioning, so visiting Las Vegas in the height of summer isn't a problem if you plan to spend most of your time indoors.

Things to Do in Las Vegas

The hotels and casinos are Las Vegas's principal attractions. Most of the hotels are designed around themes that mimic famous locations around the world, such as the Venetian, New York-New York and Monte Carlo hotels, so staying at the hotel is an experience of its own. The hotels also offer a wide array of dining and entertainment options. Some of the famous entertainment options that are popular with tourists include seven different Cirque du Soleil shows, magic shows such as Penn and Teller at the Rio, and headliner events that bring famous performers to Vegas. If you want to explore the Las Vegas area and get off the Strip, there are a number of tours that take tourists through Red Rock Canyon, including tours by helicopter, horseback and kayak.

Plan a Hassle-Free Trip to Las Vegas

Las Vegas offers a wealth of adult-themed entertainment that includes gambling, nightclubbing, dining, and drinking. The hotels have world-class facilities that provide swimming pools, man-made beaches, amusement rides and parks, so younger members of the family can enjoy themselves while visiting Vegas. If you get tired of the Strip, there is also the Mojave Desert to explore. Ebookers can help you find cheap flights to Las Vegas and arrange affordable accommodation, transportation and tours, so you can spend your time enjoying your holiday.

  • Las Vegas When to Go

    When it comes to Las Vegas, there really isn’t a bad time to visit. Virtually every major holiday is a prime time, but Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve are particularly popular. Big conventions happen throughout the year, but especially in January, early spring, and October to December. Even relatively slow times like August and the two weeks prior to Christmas are just opportunities for better rates and more breathing room.

    There are things to be aware of during each season. Weather warms up quickly in spring, with temperatures in the 80s to 90s during the day (though it can still be cool at night), so pool season is always early here. In summer, temperatures are regularly over 100 (and stay high even at midnight), making drinking water and applying sunscreen universal necessities and outdoor walking discouraged. When fall arrives, outdoor activities such as hiking in Red Rock Canyon or visiting Hoover Dam are more appealing. In winter, temperatures can dip lower than most expect (even to freezing overnight), skies can be overcast, and there’s even a bit of precipitation (flash flooding does happen in January). Of course, this cooler weather rarely affects the majority of activities available but does provide added incentive to get outside and explore.

    Vegas tends to be much calmer and more manageable on weekdays, when prices for rooms, spa services, entertainment, and even meals can drop, often significantly.