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From Toronto (YYZ) to Las Vegas (LAS)

Aug 14, 2024

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CAD253*
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From Toronto (YTO) to Las Vegas (LAS)

Jul 23, 2024

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CAD253*
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From Ottawa (YOW) to Las Vegas (LAS)

Aug 13, 2024

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CAD324*
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From Halifax (YHZ) to Las Vegas (LAS)

Aug 13, 2024

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CAD361*
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From Montreal (YUL) to Las Vegas (LAS)

Aug 08, 2024

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CAD342*
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From St. John's, NL (YYT) to Las Vegas (LAS)

Aug 13, 2024

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CAD380*
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See the Entertainment Capital of the World with flights to Las Vegas

Explore a glamorous destination with boundless entertainment options once your flight to Las Vegas lands. Known for its bright lights, world-class shows and bustling casinos, millions of people travel to Las Vegas for guaranteed excitement every year. As a city in the desert, any time of the year is a good time to fly to Las Vegas. The mild weather in winter makes for comfortable sightseeing, while the summertime heat gives you the perfect excuse to hang out by the pool all day!

Las Vegas is a major destination for gambling, and the industry really started to boom in 1931 when the construction of the Hoover Dam began east of Las Vegas. Thousands of workers flocked here, which meant casinos and different types of entertainment venues cropped up within the city. With the ban on gambling lifted in 1931, and the end of Prohibition in 1933, the gaming industry in Las Vegas flourished into what we all know today.

The Sin City is also famous for its many buffet restaurants loaded with all-you-can-eat food stations – a trip to a buffet is a must after landing from your flight to Las Vegas. For a feast for your eyes, visit the Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace. The 25,000-square-foot restaurant features over 100 options, including Italian, Mexican, and Asian options. No matter what you're in the mood for, there'll always be something new or delicious to taste here. Wicked Spoon at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and the MGM Grand Buffet are other notable buffets to try during your Las Vegas trip.

Once your flight to Vegas lands, you'll never feel bored with all the fantastic entertainment options in the city that never sleeps!


Things to do in Las Vegas

It'll be easy to fill your itinerary as soon as you land from your Las Vegas flight. With so much to see and do in and around town, you might even feel your trip to Las Vegas isn't long enough!

Begin your trip by visiting the tallest freestanding observation tower in the U.S. An iconic building of Las Vegas' skyline, the STRAT Tower stands at 1,149 feet. Get sweeping views of the city at the tower's SkyPod, or enjoy award-winning cuisine at the Top of the World restaurant. For something more exhilarating, why not try one of the tower's thrill rides? Get strapped into the Big Shot, where you'll be catapulted 160 feet in the air!

Want to feel like you're up in the air again after your flight to Las Vegas? Experience the feeling of skydiving at Vegas Indoor Skydiving. Their 1,000-horsepower motor keeps you afloat and lets you defy gravity – a thrilling experience for visitors of all ages.

If you're ready to tie the knot, why not do it in Las Vegas? It's called the Marriage Capital of the World for a reason! Acquiring a marriage license in Vegas is easy with minimal costs involved. And since there's no waiting period, you can even get married the same day if you want. Get hitched in a beautiful chapel, have an Elvis-themed wedding, or say "I do" at a drive-thru chapel – however you wish to get married, you can probably do it in Las Vegas!


Check out The Strip after your flight to Las Vegas

Las Vegas Strip

Las Vegas Strip

Head to The Strip after landing from your Las Vegas flight. The four-mile long (6.4 kilometres) stretch is where you'll see big-name hotels, casino resorts and glamorous day spas.

Start your trip by checking out the famous "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada" sign. Installed in 1959, the iconic sign sits at the beginning of The Strip and makes for a fun photo op. It's been said that the designer, Betty Willis, didn't want to copyright the sign, which is why the design can be found on T-shirts, mugs, keychains and more – all making the sign recognizable across the globe! It's so notable that it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

Feel like you're in a European city, even though you've just landed from a flight to Las Vegas. Get a feel of Paris at the replica Eiffel Tower and see the shining lights of Vegas at the viewing deck of the tower. From sunset to midnight, the vibrant colours of the Paris Las Vegas attraction's light show dazzle every 30 minutes. Meanwhile, at The Venetian Resort, you can hop on a gondola ride to experience a bit of Venice. As your gondolier takes you down the Grand Canal and beneath bridges, they'll serenade you as you admire the views – enjoy your ride and personal show!

Get a close look at more than 2,000 animals after landing from your flight to Las Vegas. Sharks, giant rays and endangered green sea turtles are some of the creatures that can be found at the Shark Reef Aquarium in Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino – it's a fun place to learn more about these creatures, or even pet some of the stingrays.

Whatever time of the year you're flying to Las Vegas, it's guaranteed there's an entertaining show to catch at one of the hotels along The Strip. Whether you want to be surprised at a magic show or enchanted by acrobatic performances, you can find it all and more in this part of town.


Go for a gorgeous hike after your flight to Las Vegas

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

See spectacular desert landscape after landing from your flight to Vegas. Every year, millions of people visit Red Rock Canyon to see soaring red sandstone peaks and go on epic hikes. Even though it's only 20 minutes away from The Strip, you'll feel like you're worlds away as you explore Red Rock Canyon's dramatic landscape.

Spanning more than 195,000 acres of Mojave Desert, Red Rock Canyon has a rich geologic history. The region was beneath an ancient sea about 600 million years ago, which is why you can see 9,000 feet of limestone sediment among its red cliff formations today.

One of the must-do things while you're here is taking a memorable drive along the Red Rock Canyon Scenic Drive. The road is a 13-mile (20.9 km) one-way loop that features some of the best viewpoints. Pick up a map at the visitor centre before you continue your journey.

Ready to spend time outdoors after your flight to Las Vegas? Red Rock Canyon offers 26 hiking trails, suitable for all levels of ability. Trails extend from the deep canyons to the highest points in the area, giving you plenty of opportunities to appreciate the larger than life rock formations.

For an easy hike, consider checking out the Lost Creek Trail. See a seasonal waterfall and pictographs along the out-and-back trail. The Calico Tanks trail provides a little more of a challenge – along the way, you'll see the Calico Tank, a watering hole which may be filled with water. Nearby, there's an overlook where you'll get amazing views of Las Vegas and surrounding areas. Make sure you spend a few minutes here to absorb the unforgettable skyline.


Getting to Harry Reid International Airport (LAS)

Porter's check-in desk is located on the departures level.

Harry International Reid Airport (LAS) is about 4.8 km / 3 mi from the Las Vegas Strip.

Transportation to Harry Reid International Airport (LAS)

Taxis and ridesharing
Taxis and ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft are available for pick-up and drop-off at Harry International Reid Airport (LAS).

By bus
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) offers public transportation service to Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) via Route 108, Route 109 and Centennial Express (CX). From Terminal 1 and Terminal 3, travellers can board the Centennial Express to get to Fremont Street. Visit rtcsnv.com for more information on bus schedules and fares.

Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) parking

There are many parking options for travellers looking to drive to or from Harry Reid International Airport (LAS). Choose from short-term or long-term rates.

Great deals to Las Vegas

FromToDatesFare TypePrice

Toronto (YTO)

Las Vegas (LAS)

Sep 14, 2024

One-way fare/Economy

Toronto (YYZ)

Las Vegas (LAS)

Sep 17, 2024

One-way fare/Economy

Ottawa (YOW)

Las Vegas (LAS)

Sep 15, 2024

One-way fare/Economy

Halifax (YHZ)

Las Vegas (LAS)

Sep 10, 2024

One-way fare/Economy

Montreal (YUL)

Las Vegas (LAS)

Sep 24, 2024

One-way fare/Economy

St. John's, NL (YYT)

Las Vegas (LAS)

Oct 08, 2024

One-way fare/Economy

*Fares displayed have been collected within the last 48hrs and may no longer be available at time of booking. Learn more about this offer. Additional baggage fees and charges for optional products and services may apply.