Top Flight Deals to Las Vegas
* Travel dates Apr 03-Apr 30. Fares updated on: 2/20/2019 at 4:29 AM. Fares are round trip. Fares incl. all fuel surcharges, our service fees
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Cheap Tickets from Orlando to Las Vegas
Las Vegas is a popular Nevada city and a famous tourism gateway in the state. The city is very popular for its magnetic charm. Travelers from across the globe visit the city for its unending numerous casino offerings. It is a hub for the gambling fraternity in the United States. People who live life on the edge fall in love with this city’s glory. A trip to the city is full of excitement and surprises. Set in the backdrop of the endless desert, it offers solace to many a wandering soul. It has various attractions and sightseeing options for the ones who are not here only for its casinos and gambling. A Little White Wedding Chapel, Fremont Street, Mob Museum, The Adventuredome, and The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
The city of Orlando (ORL) shares a strong air network with Las Vegas (LAS). Various airlines offer flights from this Florida city here. Airlines like Southwest Airlines, US Airways, United Airlines, Spirit Airlines, and Alaska Airlines fly from Orlando to Las Vegas Mccarran International Airport (LAS). Travelers have a choice to book flights from one of the three airports in the Florida city. These include Orlando International Airport (MCO), Orlando Sanford Airport (SFB), and Orlando Executive Airport (ORL).
While we all know Orlando and Las Vegas for various reasons, let us delve into some little known facts about these cities:
- Las Vegas is about 2,032 miles far away from Orlando
- It takes almost 4 hours, 32 minutes to fly between this city pair
- At least 13 airlines fly from the Florida city to Las Vegas
- Southwest Airlines offers the maximum number of nonstop flights between the two cities
- Spirit Airlines with 178 seats flies the largest aircraft on this route