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Cheap Flights from Las Vegas Mccarran to Los Angeles International in 2019

Flight information Las Vegas Mccarran to Los Angeles International

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$61

Non-stop airlines

10

Flights per week

257

Average flight time, total distance 236 miles

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Most popular airline last month

Southwest Airlines

Los Angeles International and Hawthorne

2 airports

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The Standard Downtown LA

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Flights from LAS to LAX: Frequently Asked Questions

What Terminal do I Depart from at LAS?

LAS is a simple terminal to navigate; all domestic flights depart and arrive from Terminal 1. Be sure to arrive to the airport at least two hours early, even for a short flight to LAX, so you have enough time to get through airport security and make it to your gate on time.

Is LAX Easy to Navigate?

Yes! LAX consists of nine different terminals that are easy to navigate though. Many of the terminals are accessible via the Airside Connector.

What Airlines Fly Non-Stop from LAS to LAX?

There are lots of airline choices for the LAS to LAX route and each offer a competitive rate. Southwest Airlines is the most frequent flyer of this route, followed by these airlines:

  • Spirit Airlines
  • Alaska Airlines
  • American Airlines
  • Delta
  • Linear Air
  • Virgin Airlines
  • US Airways
  • United Airlines

How Long is the Flight from LAS to LAX?

When you travel the LAS to LAX route, you will cover a distance of approximately 300 miles and you will be up in the air for approximately an hour, depending on current weather conditions.

How can Skyscanner Help Me Save Money on My Trip?

Skyscanner searches the Internet constantly to find you the cheapest airfares possible. Save the most money on your airfare by being flexible on when you can head to LAX. December is the cheapest month to travel to LAX and when you book your ticket using Skyscanner'sflight booking tool, you can save more than 50% on your airfare, hotel, car rental, and more.

Are Las Vegas and Los Angeles in the Same Time Zone?

Las Vegas and Los Angeles are both in the Pacific Standard Time zone and so there is not any time gained or lost when you take this trip.

Cheap Flight Information from Las Vegas to LA

Average Flight Time 1 hour
Departure Airport Las Vegas Mccarran International Airport
Destination Airport Los Angeles International Airport
Direct Airline Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines
Minimum Round-Trip Ticket Price* $76
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Cheap Flights from Las Vegas to LA

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Flight Frequency

Average Flight Price*

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Southwest Airlines

7 days a week

$106

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Spirit Airlines

7 days a week

$120

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Alaska Airlines

7 days a week

$162

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American Airlines

7 days a week

$305

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*Round Trip flight prices were found at time of posting and are subject to change. Be sure to do a flight search to check most recent prices.

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The cities are about 300 miles apart. Flight time is just over an hour, and you have many choices for direct service. American Airlines, Spirit, Southwest, Delta, United, Virgin America and US Airways all offer non-stop flights from Las Vegas to Los Angeles.

Making your way to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport

McCarran International Airport(LAS) is only two miles off the main Las Vegas strip. There’s plenty of parking if you’re driving, but parking is specific to terminals, so check with your airline. Depending on the length of your trip, taking a taxi may be more economical than paying for parking as they are relatively inexpensive. The average trip costs around $20. You can also take public transportation. There are several RTC bus routes which serve the airport. Which one you choose will depend on which terminal you need.

Terminal 1 has 94 gates spread over 4 concourses: it is the busiest part of the airport, and can be hectic. Terminal 3 is the airport’s international terminal. Both have plenty of slot machines for a last minute pre-flight gamble.

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