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Airlines that fly to Las Vegas

Las Vegas is an internationally-renowned, iconic city that comes with breathtaking hotels, resorts and casinos. In fact, 14 of the world’s 25 largest hotels (by room number) are all located in Las Vegas Strip, a street that goes through Paradise, Winchester and Las Vegas. The only problem for those who want to visit Las Vegas is that it is located in a remote place, amid a large desert. Even though many highways connect to Las Vegas, arriving by land is better to avoid.

So, in order to avoid the long journey by land, most tourists decide to arrive by airplane. However, knowing which airlines fly to Las Vegas is essential. Thus, to make things easier yet, let’s give you a list of the airlines that fly to Las Vegas.

Flights to Las Vegas

Las Vegas has a public international airport called McCarran International Airport. It was built completely in 1942 and opened to commercial flights six years later, in 1948. To have an idea of how busy it is, it is the world’s 8th most-busy airport based on aircraft traffic. Even though flights from all around the globe arrive in the McCarran International Airport, most of the flights to Las Vegas are national flights.

The McCarran International Airport works as an operating base for Allegiant Air, which is responsible for most national flights to or from Las Vegas. Other airlines that use this airport as a crew and maintenance base are Spirit Airlines and Southwest Airlines.

Allegiant Air

Allegiant Air is a low-cost airline that operates all around the United States. A great number of tourists choose this airline to fly to Las Vegas. Here is the list of the cities from which Allegiant Air flies to Las Vegas and vice versa, based on its other operating bases.

  • Tampa Bay Area, Florida (St. Pete – Clearwater International Airport)
  • Cincinnati, Ohio (Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport)
  • Fort Walton Beach, Florida (Delton – Fort Walton Beach Airport)
  • Miami, Florida (Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport)
  • Los Angeles, California (Los Angeles International Airport)
  • Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (Myrtle Beach International Airport)
  • Oakland, California (Oakland International Airport)
  • Sanford, Florida (Orlando Sanford International Airport)
  • Phoenix, Arizona (Phoenix – Mesa Gateway International Airport)
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh International Airport)
  • Punta Gorda, Florida (Charlotte County Airport)

Southwest Airlines

Now, we’ll give you the list of cities from which Spirit Airlines flies to Las Vegas and vice versa:

  • Chicago, Illinois (Midway International Airport)
  • Atlanta, Georgia (Hartsfield – Jackson Atlanta International Airport)
  • Phoenix, Arizona (Phoenix – Sky Harbor International Airport)
  • Denver, Colorado (Denver International Airport)
  • Oakland, California (Oakland International Airport)
  • Houston, Texas (William P. Hobby Airport)
  • Baltimore, Maryland (Baltimore – Washington International Airport)
  • Dallas, Texas (Dallas Love Field)
  • Orlando, Florida (Orlando International Airport)

Spirit Airlines

Finally, let’s give you the list of cities which Southwest Airlines uses as operating bases; these operating bases are the responsible of the flights to Las Vegas, and vice versa.

  • Detroit, Michigan (Detroit Metropolitan Airport)
  • Atlantic City, New Jersey (Atlantic City International Airport)
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida (Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport)
  • Dallas, Texas (Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport)
  • Chicago, Illinois (O’Hare International Airport)

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