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Cheap Flights from Orlando Sanford to Las Vegas Mccarran

Flight information Orlando Sanford to Las Vegas Mccarran

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$324

Non-stop airlines

0

Las Vegas Mccarran

1 airport

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Las Vegas Hotels

Bellagio Las Vegas

251
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Wynn Las Vegas

160
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Flying out of Orlando Sanford

Originally created as a Naval Air Station in 1969, SanfordAirport has become the second busiest commercial airport in the Orlando area. The airport is a hub for many European and other international flights, but in recent years has seen a surge in domestic flights due to becoming a primary hub for Allegiant Air. Sanford Airport offers many direct domestic flights via Allegiant Air to destinations such as San Antonio, Shreveport, Memphis, New Orleans, Columbus, and Chicago. International travel destinations including Brussels, Amsterdam, Mexico City, and London via Thompson, Surinam, and TUI airlines.

The other primary airport in the area is the Orlando International Airport, which is located close to the downtown Orlando and is the primary airport for travelers coming to and from the Disney Parks and Universal Studios.

If you have some time before your flight you can enjoy a drink at the Royal Palm Lounge or pick up some duty-free at the Alpha Duty and Tax Free store. When traveling from Sanford Airport you might want to plan for delays during busy travel seasons such as spring break and summertime when the Disney Parks see their most visitors.

Las Vegas Airport Options

Located just 5 miles from the downtown Las Vegas in the city of Paradise the Las Vegas McCarran International Airport is the primary hub in the Las Vegas area. The airport offers shuttle, cab, and limousine service to all the area hotels. For travelers needing a rental car during their stay, the airport offers several services at the McCarran Rent-A-Center area located just three miles from the terminal. Shuttle service to the center is offered with regular departures every five minutes.

Tips for Traveling to Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a playland for adults of all ages. While gambling is what Las Vegas has become most known for, the city is also rich in music and culture. Most of the casinos offer concerts or regular lounge music as well as a variety of shows ranging from ice-skating, to comedy, to aerial acrobatics. If you are traveling to Vegas on a budget you can enjoy many free events the area has to offer such as nightly light shows on Fremont Street, and the pirate ship at Treasure Island. The city is also home to a variety of unique food from amazing street options to five-star cuisine. If you are looking for a break from the strip and want to see one of the many wonders of the U.S. take a tour of the Hoover Dam to see how the amazing city of lights is powered.

When traveling to Las Vegas the best time to travel is the fall through spring seasons. Summers can be incredibly warm and may prevent you from being able to comfortably enjoy the outdoor activities available.

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