Cheap Flights from Las Vegas Mccarran to Reno / Tahoe in 2019

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Flight information Las Vegas Mccarran to Reno / Tahoe

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airline


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 345 miles

1h 15min

Most popular airline last month

Southwest Airlines

Reno / Tahoe

1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Reno / Tahoe: Reno / Tahoe.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Las Vegas Mccarran to Reno / Tahoe is $67. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
1h 15min is the average flight time from Las Vegas Mccarran to Reno / Tahoe.
There is one airline that flies non-stop from Las Vegas Mccarran to Reno / Tahoe.
There are 60 flights per week flying from Las Vegas Mccarran to Reno / Tahoe, as of October.

It might be most famous as a little cousin of Las Vegas, but Reno has a life and character all its own. There are about 500 miles of forbidding desert and ghost towns between Sin City and the Biggest Little City in The World -- and the quickest way to get across them is to hop on a plane. An average direct flight takes only an hour and 15 minutes in the air.

Southwest has more than 60 weekly nonstop flights scheduled between Las Vegas McCarran International Airport(LAS) and Reno-Tahoe International Airport(RNO). Allegiant offers an additional four direct flights each week.

Making your way to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport

Located just two miles away from the main Las Vegas Strip, McCarran is a convenient, easy-to-reach airport. In fact, it may be cheaper to take a taxi than to pay for parking, depending on the length of your trip: the average taxi ride from the strip to the airport costs $20. Several RTC bus routes serve the airport for those who prefer to take public transportation.

With only two terminals, one for domestic use and one for international flights, the airport pretty easy to navigate, although it can be crowded. Terminal 1, the domestic terminal, has 4 concourses and 94 gates, so allow a bit of extra time to get where you’re going. There’s free WiFi throughout both terminals. If you want to do some gambling while you wait for boarding, there are plenty of slot machines to choose from.

Arriving in Reno

Some characterize Reno as a place with a split personality, but we like to think of it as a city of options. The charmingly scruffy gambler’s paradise is certainly still present, but recent revitalization has ushered in a new arty edge. The Truckee River Walk is now home to upscale galleries, boutiques and eateries by the dozen.

Even with all the civilized innovations, the city’s reputation as a gateway to adventure still holds true. The great outdoors has a stronger hold on Reno than it does on Las Vegas, with incredible parks, mountains, and nearby Lake Tahoe inspiring every imaginable wilderness activity. Hiking, swimming, skiing, mountain-biking, horseback riding, fishing, hunting, Jeep tours and more are all at your fingertips when you visit Reno, Nevada.

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