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Today alone, Netflights has searched over 37,180 flights. 22 / Jan / 2020 is currently the lowest priced day of the year to fly the London/Las Vegas route. There are around 3,607 flights on any given week from the UK to Las Vegas and the cheapest month to fly right now is January.

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Flying from London to Las Vegas? Then you’ve come to the right place to find a great deal on flight tickets for an American adventure in Sin City, as it’s known. Weekly, there are 3,607 flights connecting London to McCarran International Airport (LAS), and you can choose to fly direct from London Gatwick (LGW) or Heathrow (LHR). There are heaps of indirect flights, too, so we've gone through them all to help you find the right flight for you.

London Heathrow is the most popular airport in the UK capital for flights to Las Vegas, and the most popular airlines are Virgin Atlantic, KLM and United Airlines. Both flight prices and accommodation rates fluctuate throughout the year, but searching by month will reveal the cheapest times to fly.

As a general rule, March is the most expensive time to fly as it’s peak season and the early spring weather makes it a great time to explore. By contrast, January is the cheapest time to fly – this is winter in Nevada, so visitor numbers drop a little and there’s less competition on flights.

If you want a bargain, keep an eye out for flights with United Airlines, as they often have good deals. Air Canada, Air France and Finnair are good bets, too. Or, you could broaden your search by looking at flights to other airports in the USA to see if there are any cheaper options.



FAQs about flights from London to Las Vegas

Which airlines fly from London to Las Vegas?
From Heathrow, you can fly to Las Vegas with loads of airlines including Virgin Atlantic, KLM, Air France, British Airways, Finnair and United Airlines. From Gatwick, you’ve got the choice of airlines like American Airlines, Norwegian and West Jet, too. Virgin Atlantic and British airways are two of the most popular airlines because they offer direct flights.

Which airlines have the cheapest flights to Las Vegas?
Try British Airways, Norwegian and American Airlines, as they often have some of the cheapest flights on this route.

Can I fly direct from London to Las Vegas?
Yes, airlines including Virgin Atlantic and British Airways both operate direct flights from London to Las Vegas.

Which London airport offers the cheapest direct flight to Las Vegas?
London Heathrow offers more airlines to choose from, but London Gatwick often has the cheapest flights to Las Vegas.

How long is the flight from London to Las Vegas?
The flight time varies depending on the route you’re taking and if you’re stopping over, but the shortest direct flight takes around 10 hours 40 minutes.

How do I get into Las Vegas from McCarran International Airport (LAS)?
The airport is only two miles away from the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, so it’s nice and easy to get into the city. The shuttle is the cheapest option – it will cost you about $7.00, or you can get to the Downtown area for about $8.50, but the wait can be quite long. A quicker option is to take a cab, which will cost around $17 to get to the strip, but prices vary depending on where exactly you’re heading and how bad the traffic is. There’s an organised taxi system in the airport and you’ll find taxi pick-up points outside door exits 1-4 in Terminal 1, or outside Level Zero in Terminal 3. It’s normal to tip the taxi driver about 15% of the fare. You can also use apps like Uber or Lyft, or rent a car – the McCarran Rent-A-Car Center is three miles from the airport, and dedicated shuttles run from terminals 1 and 3 to take you there. Just follow the signs for Ground Transportation in the airport.

What are the top things to do in Las Vegas?
The Strip is undoubtedly the place to start in Las Vegas, and it’s where you’ll find the majority of hotels. To get a great view of Sin City, ride the High Roller observation wheel, then hit one of the glitzy casino resorts this place is so famous for – try the Bellagio or the MGM Grand for starters. But save some time to explore away from the bright lights, too. Hike through the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, take a trip to the Grand Canyon, or get back to nature at Springs Preserve for an off-the-beaten-track adventure.

Do I need a visa to travel to Las Vegas?
You need to pre-register for an Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (ESTA) through America’s Visa Waiver Programme, which allows you to travel to the US for up to 90 days. The types of journey allowed include tourism, certain types of business trips and transit to another country.

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