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Cheap Flights from Las Vegas to Los Angeles in 2019

Flight information Las Vegas to Los Angeles

Non-stop airlines

10

Flights per week

257

Average flight time, total distance 229 miles

1h 0min

Most popular airline last month

Southwest Airlines

Los Angeles International and Los Angeles Century City

2 airports

Explore Los Angeles

Los Angeles Hotels

The Hollywood Roosevelt

56
HistoryNightlife

The Standard Downtown LA

61
NightlifeTrendsters

SLS Hotel

40
LuxuryTrendsters
If you’re connecting between the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas and Los Angeles, you have plenty of options for flights.  Airlines flying direct from Las Vegas McCarran International to Los Angeles International include United, American Airlines, Delta, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines and Virgin America, with the flight time averaging just over an hour and a quarter.
 
Terminal Information
 
Flights from McCarran International to LA depart from one of two terminals.  Flights via American Airlines, Southwest, and Spirit Airlines depart from Terminal 1, while Delta and United depart from Terminal 3.  Please be aware that terminals one and three are in separate buildings, so you’ll want to know which terminal your flight leaves from before you arrive to the airport, since each building has its own separate parking, check-in, baggage claim and retail facilities.  Happily, both terminals are well stocked with food, drink and shopping options, so no matter who you fly with, you will be sure to have plenty to entertain you before your flight.  It’s recommended that you arrive 90 minutes before your flight departs to ensure plenty of time for check-in and security, and adult passengers are required to show a government-issued photo-ID, or two alternate forms of ID, including ONE issued by the government, in order to board their flight.  For further information on which terminal you need to go to, security tips, and the range of shopping and dining options available, have a look at the airport website.
 
Los Angeles International is the second busiest airport in the US, but there are plenty of facilities to make your landing stress-free.  All the terminals at LAX are connected, however since the airport is very large, you may want to take one of the frequent buses between terminals if you need to connect.  If you feel like a bite to eat after your flight, there is a wide range of restaurants including ethnic and international cuisine, and plenty of shops to suit your shopping needs.   When leaving the airport, you will find baggage claim on the lower floor, and there is a free shuttle service that you can take to any of the remote parking lots, if necessary.  If you’re interested in the rental options available, Skyscanner’s page for car rental from Las Vegas McCarran will point you in the right direction.
 
Time Zone and Climate
 
Las Vegas and Los Angeles are in the same time zone, so you won’t have to worry about missing anything when you arrive in L.A.  Due to its location in the Mojave Desert, Las Vegas features dry weather and clear skies all year round.  The summer months from June to September are very hot, with average highs often reaching over 100°F, and lows usually staying above 80°F.  Winter is milder, with highs never reaching much below 50°F, and lows only occasionally reaching freezing.  L.A., by comparison is more temperate though still very warm, exhibiting a warm, dry summer and a slightly cool, rainy winter.  Average highs are in the low 80s in summer, and upper 50s in winter.
 
Cost
 
Las Vegas centers around resorts, casinos, and shopping extravaganzas aimed to appeal to your sense of indulgence, so whether you’re exercising your inner James Bond, or just along for the sights and sounds, you’ll probably find yourself tempted to spend more than usual.  Having said that, the cost of living in Las Vegas and L.A. is actually relatively similar, if a bit high– the major difference is the temptations on offer!  Taxi prices can vary a lot in both cities either city, but on average a taxi during business hours averages around $24 for a 5 mile ride in L.A. and $28 in Vegas.  If you want to go out on the town, a meal for two at a mid-range restaurant costs $55-60. 
All information on prices and airlines valid as of November 2015.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.