Cheap Flights from Las Vegas Mccarran to Kansas City in 2019
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- Tue, Nov 12LASMCITue, Nov 19MCILASSpirit AirlinesDirectfrom $144
- Thu, Nov 14LASMCISun, Nov 17MCILASSpirit AirlinesIndirectfrom $146
- Fri, Nov 8LASMCISun, Nov 17MCILASSpirit AirlinesDirectfrom $149
Flight information Las Vegas Mccarran to Kansas City
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Average flight time, total distance 1140 miles
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Kansas City Downtown and Kansas City International
Frequently asked questions
Traveling from Sin City to the Heart of America is sure to be a unique experience, and Skyscanner is here to make sure you're ready for it all. In addition to cheap flights and hotels, find money-saving flight tips and airport information to make your trip from Las Vegas to Kansas City as stress-free as possible.
The Airports in Las Vegas and Kansas City
McCarran International Airport (LAS) is the main airport serving the Las Vegas Valley. Located about five miles south of downtown Las Vegas, LAS has two passenger terminals. Multiple airlines fly from Las Vegas to Kansas City, including Alaska Airlines, Delta, Frontier Airlines, and United. Direct flight options are available from Spirit Airlines, Allegiant Air, and Southwest Airlines.
Three airports serve the Kansas City area, but flights from Las Vegas arrive at only one. Kansas City International Airport (KCI) is located 15 miles northwest of the city and ranks among the lowest in flight delays of every U.S. airport. Ample options for ground transportation are available at KCI, including Metro Bus Service every day of the week. You could also take a taxi or shuttle bus. Rental car services are available as well, or you could make arrangements for limousine service before you arrive.
What to Know Before Departing From McCarran
McCarran International recommends arriving at the airport two hours before your scheduled flight. You can either check-in in person, at the self-service kiosk, or directly from your smartphone or tablet. All passengers must have a valid government-issued photo ID or two other forms of valid ID and a boarding pass to enter the security checkpoint. At the screening, be prepared to remove your shoes and outer garments before passing through the metal detectors.
What to Do While You Wait For Your Flight
There is no shortage of things to do at LAS. Attempt to win some extra cash for your trip at one of the slot machines located throughout the airport or reach your step goal for the day on one of the convenient walking paths in the terminals. Explore the impressive works of art displayed in both the terminals and gates. If you're traveling with kids, take them to the aviation-themed play area to burn off some energy. Of course, you could also enjoy the incredible selection of shopping and dining options.
Comparing Las Vegas and Kansas City
The cost of living in Kansas City is lower than Las Vegas for most services. Enjoy a meal for two or a taxi ride for less in the Midwestern city. Average high temperatures in Las Vegas are about 10-15 degrees warmer year-round than Kansas City. You'll also have to adjust to the time zone difference, with Kansas City being ahead by two hours.
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