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Prices starting at $168 for return flights and $84 for one-way flights to Las Vegas were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
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If you’re planning an escape to Sin City, Orbitz can help you find great deals on flights to Las Vegas. Use the tools on the Orbitz flights page to streamline your search and you could be enjoying the sights and sounds of The Strip before you know it.
Daily flights depart from all three of the main airports in New York for Las Vegas. The most popular airport for passengers flying from NYC to Las Vegas is John F. Kennedy to McCarran International. Flights operate on this route almost every 30 minutes from around 7am to 9:30pm.
Both Newark and LaGuardia also offer a good choice of flights to Vegas. These services are ideal for passengers based in New Jersey and those traveling from Queens, Brooklyn or the Bronx.
Airlines operating flights from New York to Vegas include premium carriers like American Airlines, Delta and United as well as low cost options like Spirit and JetBlue.
Average flight time from New York to Las Vegas is around six hours. The fastest services reach their destination in around five hours 45 minutes while other flights can take up to six hours and 10 minutes to cover the 2,500 miles from New York to Las Vegas.
The return leg of the journey is generally a little faster than the outbound trip. Thanks to prevailing winds and favorable conditions, planes can fly from Las Vegas to New York in as little as four hours 45 minutes.
Like most flights crossing the mainland US, your plane will reach a cruising altitude of around 35,000 feet. At this height, your journey should be relatively smooth as you’ll be well above the clouds. The cabin will be pressurized for the duration of the flight and will be heated to room temperatures to ensure passengers are comfortable.
Once you arrive at McCarran International Airport, it’s just a short cab ride to the bright lights of the Strip. The airport is located less than three miles from Las Vegas Boulevard, so you can be off the plane and in your hotel in no time.
From McCarran International, you can fly to a good choice of domestic and international destinations. Aside from New York, the most popular destinations for passengers flying from Las Vegas are Los Angeles, San Francisco and Denver.
Regular daily flights make it quick, easy and affordable to fly from New York to Las Vegas. Why not book your Nevada adventure today?
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