Cheap Flights from Dallas to Las Vegas in 2019
Flight information Dallas to Las Vegas Mccarran
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 1059 miles
Most popular airline last month
Las Vegas Mccarran and Las Vegas North Air Terminal
Frequently Asked Questions
How many airlines fly direct from Dallas to Las Vegas Mccarran?
There are 4 airlines who fly direct from Dallas to Las Vegas Mccarran.
How many flights are there a week from Dallas to Las Vegas Mccarran?
There are 126 flights per week from Dallas to Las Vegas Mccarran, as of March 2019.
How long does it take to fly from Dallas to Las Vegas Mccarran?
2h 45min is average flight time from Dallas to Las Vegas Mccarran.
Which airline is the most popular from Dallas to Las Vegas Mccarran in March 2019?
American Airlines is most popular airline from Dallas to Las Vegas Mccarran in March 2019.
How many airports are there in Las Vegas Mccarran?
There are 2 airports in Las Vegas Mccarran: Las Vegas Mccarran and Las Vegas North Air Terminal
Information about Las Vegas
Options for Flying Out of Dallas
Planning a trip from Dallas, Texas, to Las Vegas, Nevada? You have two main options for airports to fly from: Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Love Field. Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) is a much larger airport, spanning 26.9 square miles and ranking as the 10th busiest airport in the world. The airport is located between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth. Dallas/Fort Worth offers nonstop flights to Las Vegas McCarran (LAS) on many airlines.
Dallas Love Field (DAL) is a much smaller airport. It's owned by the city of Dallas, and located about 20 minutes from Dallas's central business district. Airlines that fly from Dallas Love Field include Delta, Southwest, and Virgin America. Both Southwest and Virgin America offer non-stop flights to Las Vegas McCarran.
Arriving at Las Vegas McCarran
Las Vegas McCarran is located fifteen miles from downtown Vegas and just two miles from the famous Strip. The airport has two separate terminal buildings: terminal 1 and terminal 3. If someone is picking you up at the airport, it's important to know the correct terminal for your flight. If you need to get to the other terminal, a free shuttle runs every 15 to 20 minutes.
There are many ways to get from the airport to your hotel. One of the most popular is by shuttle. You can buy tickets online for one of several shuttle services. These shuttles are used by guests from different hotels, so expect stops as the shuttle picks up and drops off passengers along the way.
Want to start your Vegas trip off like a high roller? You can arrange for a limo to pick you up and take you to your hotel. Taxis, buses, and rideshare are also popular transportation options. If you're planning to drive around the area, perhaps to see the Hoover Dam, you may want to rent a car. Skyscanner's car rental tool can help.
Time Zone and Climate
Dallas is in the Central Time Zone, and Las Vegas is in the Pacific Time Zone. That means Dallas will be two hours ahead of Las Vegas. You'll lose two hours going there, but you'll gain back those two hours on your return.
Dallas's climate is considered humid subtropical. In contrast, Las Vegas has a subtropical hot desert climate, with high heat but little humidity. Like Dallas, Las Vegas's hottest months are July and August. High temperatures for a Las Vegas summer regularly reach over 100°F.
Tips for Traveling to Las Vegas
If you don't love sweltering heat, the best times to visit Las Vegas are in spring from March to May or in fall from September to November. Las Vegas has comfortable winter weather, but many hotels and casinos are crowded in the wintertime.
Flying from Dallas to Las Vegas McCarran is just the start of a fun and memorable trip. Take in an award-winning show, eat at a five-star restaurant, and maybe you'll even win big in Sin City.
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