|Distance||2222 miles (3584 km)|
|Average flight duration||8 h 10 min|
|Average plane ticket price||$58 (€47)|
Flights from New York City to Las Vegas cover the 2222 miles (3584 km) long trip taking on average 8 h 10 min with our travel partners like. There are direct flight services available. You can get the cheapest plane tickets for this journey for as low as $58 (€47), but the average price of plane tickets is $58 (€47).
A fabulous city of excess in the Nevada desert, Las Vegas is where all America goes to play. For New Yorkers, the city of Caesar's Palace, the Strip and the old-school shows has been a favorite getaway destination since the 1950s and is still a popular pick for bachelor (and bachelorette) parties, impromptu weddings and family celebrations. Travel planning is not a problem and it's easy to book a direct flight from New York to Las Vegas with a choice of airlines. Frequent flights depart from three New York airports from morning to evening, with flight times to Las Vegas around five hours and 40 minutes. Additional indirect flights require one change en route and have longer journey times, but increase the daily flight options from New York to Las Vegas.
Three US airlines offer direct flights from New York to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport, from three New York airports. Delta Airlines flies direct to Las Vegas daily from John F. Kennedy International Airport. American Airlines also offers daily direct flights from JFK. United Airlines provides daily direct flights to Las Vegas from Newark Liberty International Airport and LaGuardia Airport. Indirect flights with one stop en route include budget airline Spirit's connections from LaGuardia via Metropolitan Wayne County Airport in Detroit, American Airlines services from LaGuardia via Chicago O'Hare International Airport, and American Airlines departures from Stewart International Airport via Philadelphia.
The fastest flight from New York to Las Vegas is a mid-afternoon United Airlines departure from Newark Airport, taking five hours and 27 minutes to complete the 2233 mile (3593 kilometer) trip west to Las Vegas. Other direct flights from Newark and JFK take between three and 30 minutes longer to reach the Nevada city. The United Airlines route from LaGuardia is notably slower, taking nine hours and ten minutes for the trip west. The fastest indirect flight from New York to Las Vegas is a Delta Airlines flight from Newark via Detroit, taking seven hours and 17 minutes. Budget airline Spirit's service from LaGuardia via Detroit takes ten minutes longer. The majority of indirect connections take upwards of eight hours depending on the route and length of layover between connections.
Schedules offer 15 direct flights from New York to Las Vegas on Tuesdays, 14 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 13 on Sundays, 12 on Fridays and ten on Saturdays. These include services from JFK and Newark and one daily direct United Airlines flight from New York to Las Vegas taking off from LaGuardia. Departure times include morning, afternoon and evening options. There are also more than 20 daily indirect flights to Las Vegas from New York, with one change in transit, departing from early morning to mid-evening.
Departure Airport: John F. Kennedy International Airport is situated in Queens, 14 miles, (20 kilometers) from downtown New York City, with transfers available on New York subway services to Jamaica or Howard Beach stations, connecting with AirTrain shuttles to the terminal, taking 45-60 minutes. LaGuardia Airport is also located in Queens, eight miles (13 kilometers) east of Manhattan, with public transit links on MTA buses, taking around 45 minutes to reach the terminal. Newark Liberty International Airport is in New Jersey, nine miles (15 kilometers) southwest of Manhattan, with regular train services from Amtrak and NJ Transit, taking about 30 minutes to make the trip to the airport station from the city. Stewart International Airport is located in Orange County, about 60 miles (93 kilometers) north of Manhattan, with links by express bus taking 90 minutes from the city. All airports have long and short stay parking lots, business lounges and free WiFi, food courts and shopping malls offering fashion boutiques, bookstores and newsstands,
Arrival Airport: Las Vegas McCarran International Airport is situated six miles (ten kilometers) south of downtown Vegas, with tram services and public bus routes 108, 109 and WAX express routes taking 20-30 minutes for trips downtown. Facilities at the airport terminal include car rental desks, ATMs, business lounges, free WiFi, a children's play area, slot machine arcades, an art gallery and aviation museum. Dining options include restaurants, sandwich bars, a pizzeria, Irish bar, coffee shops and cocktail bars. Shopping malls offer designer fashion boutiques, cosmetics, confectioners, gaming accessories stores and newsstands.
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