When is the best time to visit Las Vegas?
If you’re waving goodbye to Manchester for a trip to sunny Las Vegas, the best time to go is either March to May, or September to November – better known as spring and fall. During these times the weather is at its best for exploring, because it’s neither too hot nor too cool. But September is also one of the more expensive times to visit so, if you’re looking for cheap flights to Las Vegas, consider visiting in January when fares tend to be cheaper. This is winter in Nevada, so visitor numbers dwindle and there’s less competition on flights.
How many flights are there from Manchester Airport to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport a week?
There are around 894 weekly flights from Manchester Airport (MAN) to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (LAS) every week.
Which airlines fly from Manchester Airport to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport?
Carriers including Thomas Cook Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, KLM, Delta Air Lines and KLM fly this route.
Which airlines have the cheapest flights to Las Vegas?
Thomas Cook Airlines usually have the cheapest flights on this route.
Can I fly direct from Manchester Airport to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport?
Yes – the likes of Thomas Cook Airlines and Virgin Atlantic both fly direct from Manchester to Las Vegas.
How long is the flight from Manchester Airport to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport?
The shortest flight time is 10 hours and 45 minutes.
What time should I arrive at Manchester Airport?
It’s a good idea to arrive the airport three hours before departure. You’ll need to have checked in at least two hours before your flight.
How do I get to Manchester Airport?
Manchester Airport is next to the M56 and has good links to the M6, M60 and M62, so it’s fairly straightforward to drive to. Use the postcode M90 1QX for your sat nav, and bear in mind there’s a free drop-off point on Thorley Lane, next to the JetParks 1 car park, if you can get someone to drop you off. If you’re getting the train, the station is right inside the airport campus, and the terminals are easy to walk to. There’s also a 24-hour Stagecoach bus service that runs from the city centre to the airport.
How do I get into Las Vegas from McCarran International Airport?
The good news is, the world-famous Las Vegas Strip is only two miles away from the airport. The shuttle is the cheapest option – expect to pay about $7, or you can get to the Downtown area for about $8.50 – but the wait can be quite long. A taxi is usually quicker and costs 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. Most people tip 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 you can take a dedicated shuttle from terminals 1 and 3. Just follow the signs for Ground Transportation in the airport.
Do I need a visa to travel to Las Vegas?
To visit Las Vegas you’ll need to pre-register for an Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (ESTA) through the Visa Waiver Programme, which allows you to stay in the USA for up to 90 days. This covers you for tourism, certain types of business trips and transit to another country.
Flying from Manchester Airport
Manchester Airport has three passenger terminals, and you can walk between them fairly easily – there’s a skylink connecting Terminals 1 and 2, which are about a 15-minute walk away from each other. There’s a covered walkway between Terminals 1 and 3, which are five minutes apart. American Airlines and British Airways fly from T3, whereas Air Canada and Delta Airlines both fly from T2, so check where you’re flying from before you arrive. If you’ve got time to kill, there are plenty of shops and pre-bookable lounges, as well as Travelex UK currency exchange services in all three airport terminals.
Landing in Las Vegas McCarran International Airport
McCarran International Airport has two separate terminal buildings – Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. They’re not connected, so make sure you know which one you’re arriving in to before you travel. Most airlines on this route, including Thomas Cook Airlines and Virgin Airways, arrive into Terminal 3. The only exception is Delta, which flies into Terminal 1. Each terminal has its own car park, check-in area, baggage claim, and shopping and dining zones. Terminal 3 comes with the bonus of a huge, 10,000-square-foot duty free shop.