Cheap Flights from Las Vegas Mccarran to San Francisco International in 2019

Flight information Las Vegas Mccarran to San Francisco International

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Average flight time, total distance 413 miles

1h 27min

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San Francisco International

1 airport

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Taking the leap from showy Las Vegas to the colorful diversity of San Francisco?  The flight isn’t long, but  these tips from Skyscanner will ensure your flight is smooth, so that what happens in Vegas...  well, you know the saying.

Las Vegas McCarran

When you’re “leaving Las Vegas” from McCarran International airport, you’ll depart from either terminal 1 or 3 (there is no terminal 2).  These two terminals are in separate building complexes, so you’ll want to check the airport website beforehand to confirm which one you’ll be flying out of.  Both buildings have their own separate parking, baggage and check in facilities, as well as a unique range of shops and restaurants once you pass through security.  The flight is only an hour and a half, so you will most likely be flying direct, and can choose from United, Frontier Airlines, jetBlue, Southwest, or Virgin America. 

Upon your arrival in San Francisco you will have a number of options to get to your destination.  San Francisco Airport and city strongly encourage passengers to take public transportation to and from the airport when possible.  The rapid transit rail (BART) can take you to San Francisco and the East Bay, as well as to San Mateo County, and you can also connect from BART to Caltrain, the commuter rail service.  The bus service SamTrans takes you to San Francisco, San Mateo County and Alto, via lines KX, 212, 397 and 398.  For more information what to do in San Francisco, why not check out Skyscanner’s arrival page, or if you’re interested in renting a car during your stay, our car rental page can find you the best deal.


To make your travel as smooth as possible, you’ll need to present a photographic government-issued ID at the airport before being allowed to travel, such as a passport or a driver’s license.  If you do not have these items, you can also use two alternate forms of ID, but this often requires further checks, so if you have any questions, please refer to the official TSA website, which gives detailed guidelines on travel security within the US.

What to Expect – Climate and Time Zones

San Francisco and Las Vegas are both in the Pacific Time Zone so there is not time difference between the two.  Although they are not that far apart, their climates are quite different – the humid air from the Pacific Ocean often brings fog and rain into San Francisco, while Las Vegas, with its desert setting, is dry and clear virtually year round.  While temperatures in Las Vegas rarely drop to 80 °F in summer, and often soar over 100°F, the average high in San Francisco’s warmest month, September, is only 70°F and the average low is 55°F.  If you’re travelling in winter, you’ll find temperatures in both climates tend to be mild, with highs in Las Vegas in the high 40s and low 50s, and lows occasionally dropping near freezing.  In San Fran, the highs average between 57-63°F from November through February, and lows are between 46°F and 50°F, but if you’re travelling during these months, expect rain, fog and chilly winds that might make it feel cooler than it is.

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