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Cheap flights to Las Vegas for 2021

Flight deals and special fares to fabulous Las Vegas.

Las Vegas is America’s most visited travel destination. While gambling and shows on Las Vegas Boulevard, as well as trips to the Grand Canyon and the Hoover Dam are the main delights, travellers are also known for watching the sun go down over The Strip in anticipation of the nightlife really kicking off. Between the casinos and shopping outlets, there is opportunity around every corner to spend your hard-earned cash. Thankfully, you can find great flight deals from Canada to Las Vegas.

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$212: Worldwide flights from Toronto

Available on select flights dates in 2021. Destinations include San Francisco, Las Vegas, Mexico and more. Sample fare is Toronto-New York. T&Cs apply.

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$20 off your next booking

Subscribe to MyFlightSearch newsletter and receive $20 off your next booking. Available for flights from May 2020 and onwards. Destinations include Las Vegas, Boston, Orlando, Los Angeles, Chicago, Denver and more. T&Cs apply.

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Up to 80% off flights worldwide

Available for travel on select dates and routes from May - December 2020. Destinations include the USA, India, Europe, Australia and more. Discount varies depending on the location and may change without notice. T&Cs apply.

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How much should you expect to pay for cheap flights to Las Vegas?

You can fly from a variety of Canadian cities to McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas either direct or with one stopover. Stopover airports range from San Francisco to Charlotte, Philadelphia and Denver. Here’s what’s considered to be a good deal compared to the average cost of a flight.


Las Vegas flight times

Depending on the airline and your departure airport, you could be looking at either a direct flight or one stopover. Flights departing from east coast cities, such as Halifax and sometimes Toronto, may have one stopover, however Toronto does have some direct flights to Las Vegas. Direct flights tend to be slightly more expensive, however they’ll get you there faster and with much less hassle, while stopovers are typically cheaper but will almost double your travel time.

  • From Toronto: Approximately 4 hrs 45 mins direct, landing at McCarran International Airport
  • From Halifax: Approximately 7 hrs 53 mins + with one stopover usually in Montreal, Toronto, New York, Boston or Philadelphia, landing at McCarran International Airport
  • From Vancouver: Approximately 2 hrs 40 mins direct, landing at McCarran International Airport
  • From Winnipeg: Approximately 3 hrs 20 mins direct, landing at McCarran International Airport

Airlines that fly to Las Vegas

  • Air Canada
  • WestJet
  • United
  • Delta
  • American Airlines

Las Vegas insider flight tips

  • Most flights to Las Vegas from the east coast of Canada involve a change at airports across the US, which can mean lengthy line ups for customs and baggage clearance. One way to avoid this is to book a direct flight if possible or to choose a flight that stops in a Canadian city, such as Montreal or Toronto.
  • If you live close to the US border and are able to fly out of a US airport, cheap domestic flights are readily available between most US cities to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (LAS). Budget airlines like Spirit Airlines, Frontier and JetBlue fly between US cities.
  • October and August are usually the cheapest months for flight deals to Las Vegas. Peak visiting season is around New Year and Halloween so these times should be avoided if you’re looking for the best flight deals.

How to get around Los Vegas from the airport

Las Vegas Airport is only a few kilometres south of downtown Las Vegas. The two terminals (one and three) are well-equipped with free Wi-Fi, so you can easily get in contact with someone or find out more information should you need to do so. Shuttle buses and public buses can be taken from the arrivals terminal to hotels on or around The Strip. Shuttles can be booked inside the terminal and the journey is as short as 10 minutes. Taxis and Ubers are also readily available and well-regulated. Airport staff will happily assist with getting you into a taxi.

Car rental desks don’t operate at the airport itself but you can get a shuttle from the airport to their locations. Car rental in the downtown area of Las Vegas is not necessary as the city is fairly compact with plenty of public transportation, but can be convenient for families or people wanting to explore further out of the city.


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