Cheap Flights from Denver International to Las Vegas Mccarran in 2019
Flight information Denver International to Las Vegas Mccarran
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 627 miles
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Las Vegas Mccarran and Las Vegas North Air Terminal
It’s not easy to imagine two American cities more different from each other than Denver and Las Vegas, but in their own way they are each devoted to a certain facet of freedom.
The flight from Denver to Las Vegas lasts just under two hours, taking you 900 miles west. Four airlines provide nonstop service on this route. Southwest is the leader in this market, offering 56 direct weekly flights. Frontier has 40 and both United and Spirit Airlines also offer a busy schedule of non-stop flights
Making your way to Denver International (DEN)
Denver International Airport is huge in terms of acreage and passenger volume, but deceptively easy and friendly to use. The aesthetically beautiful Jeppesen Terminal is the first stop for all passengers. Ticketing, checking and security take place here. Then, the free underground AGTS train whisks you away to one of the three parallel concourses: A, B, and C. The airport has free WiFi and is also a pet-friendly zone, with a pet relief area and an in-airport boarding facility which features a pool, flat screen TVs, and 24 hour webcams to entertain your furry friends until you get back.
The airport is accessible by public transport with the Skyride frequent bus service, which is comprised of 5 bus lines linking DEN to various parts of the city. Fares are between $9 and $13, depending on your point of origin.
Arriving in Las Vegas
You don’t need much help from us to know what’s on offer in Las Vegas. The answer is, simply put, everything. The sumptuous casinos form the centerpiece of the world-famous strip, where every taste is catered to, from the highest-end luxury brands to the tackiest kitsch on earth. In a place where getting married by Elvis is a daily occurrence, you know that anything can happen. There’s a certain romance to this wild-west attitude tarted up in neon and it continues to attract millions of visitors from all over the world.
Las Vegas can be oppressively hot for half of the year, but chances are you’ll never need to leave your air-conditioned paradise of choice. If you do decide to venture outside, there are enormous rewards for the prepared traveler. Within a couple of hours’ drive from the strip are some of the most incredible landscapes in the country. Just bring a lot of water and sunscreen.
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