Domestic Airlines that fly to Las Vegas

Las Vegas is truly the city that never sleeps and if you are planning a trip to the city, there are several domestic airlines that flies to Las Vegas.

Located just five miles from downtown Las Vegas, McCarran International Airport, or LAS, is your gateway to the Las Vegas Strip.

This airport is one of the busiest in the nation and will provide you with convenient access to all the must-see attractions in Sin City. All of the major airlines that provides domestic flights in and out of Las Vegas operate frequent service from their hubs to the city.

In addition to the major airlines providing nonstop service, several smaller carriers provide flights to many other destinations as well.

In-Flight Entertainment

In-Flight Entertainment

Alaska Airlines

As one of the largest airlines in the USA, Alaska Airlines provides daily domestic flights to LAS. The airline shares many routes with the regional carrier Horizon Air.

Alaska Airlines offers complimentary meals to passengers in the first class cabin. The airline also has its own frequent flyer program called Mileage Plan.

Allegiant Air

Serving about 75 destinations, Allegiant is a budget U.S. airline carrier. The airline provides domestic flights to and from Vegas from its bases at Orlando Sanford International, Los Angeles International and McCarran International.

The airline’s main focus is on leisure destinations in warm climates and connecting smaller and major cities at low prices.

American Airlines

Headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, American Airlines operates an extensive domestic network with scheduled flights throughout the country.

The airline has a buy-on-board program offering sandwiches and snacks for purchase on all its domestic flights. For two hour flights or longer you can purchase snacks, while its three hour or longer flights have sandwiches.

American also offers you the option of either domestic First Class or business class on its flights. AAdvantage is the frequent flyer program of American Airlines.

American Airlines First Class

American Airlines First Class

Delta

Delta Air Lines is a US based airline operating daily flights from its main hubs in Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis, New York and Salt Lake City to Las Vegas.

Delta is the world’s largest airline in terms of passenger traffic and fleet size. The airline operates an extensive network of domestic routes where you can travel First Class, Economy Comfort or Economy Class.

Delta is a member of the airline alliance SkyTeam and operates a loyalty program called SkyMiles.

Frontier Airlines

Frontier Airlines is a low-cost US carrier based at Denver International Airport. The airline operates flights throughout the country, including Las Vegas McCarran International Airport.

Frontier has a frequent-flyer program called EarlyReturns where you can earn frequent flyer credits for your trips.

Hawaiian Airlines

Hawaiian Airlines is another airline that offers domestic flights from its main hubs in Honolulu and Kahului to several cities, including Las Vegas.

The airline offers online check-in and checked baggage allowance is included in the price. Hawaiian provides passengers with complimentary and paid beverage service on all of its flights.

Premium meals is the airline’s paid service, which allows you to pay to upgrade your meal. The airline also offers a frequent flyer program, HawaiianMiles, which provides a wide range of benefits to its members.

Hawaiian Airlines Plane

Hawaiian Airlines Plane

JetBlue

JetBlue Airways or JetBlue is an American low-cost airline serving mainly destinations in the United States.

The airline offers regular scheduled flights in and out of McCarran International Airport. Unlike most of the low-cost airlines in the country, JetBlue serves complimentary snacks and drinks on-board.

The airline also offers in-flight entertainment, online check-in and a frequent flyers loyalty program TrueBlue which enables you to receive three points for every dollar spent toward a flight.

Southwest Airlines

Based in Dallas, Texas, Southwest Airlines is another American low fare airline offering flights to Las Vegas. Southwest Airlines is the largest airline in the United States and the third largest airline in the world by number of passengers.

The airline is one of the dominant airlines across the nation. Southwest offers in-flight wi-fi Internet and TV on its flights. The airline also operates a frequent flyer program Rapid Rewards for its loyal customers.

Sun Country Airlines

Sun Country Airlines is a US based carrier operating flights from its main hub at Minneapolis St Paul International Airport. Sun Country is a low-cost airline and it offers scheduled and charter flights to Las Vegas.

Unlike most low cost airlines, the airline offers Coach Class and First Class on its flights. It also offers passengers the chance to earn free miles with Ufly and Sun Country VIP Club – its frequent flyer programs.

A Sun Country Airplane During Takeoff

A Sun Country Airplane During Takeoff

 

Spirit Airlines

Spirit Airlines is a budget airline operating scheduled and charter flights nationwide. The airline flies to 30 destinations throughout the Caribbean and the United States, including Las Vegas.

Spirit does not serve free refreshment on its flights, however the airline offers snacks and drinks for purchase on board. In addition, the carrier offers passengers a frequent flyer program called Free Spirit for anyone who wants to earn free miles on their flights.

United Airlines

United is a major American airline operating scheduled flights to 78 domestic mainline destinations, including Las Vegas.

For all its domestic flights, the airline offers in-flight entertainment as well as the option of either United First, United Economy or Economy Plus cabins. MileagePlus is the airline’s frequent flyer program.

United also offers an airline lounge, The United Club, which sells day passes and memberships to passengers.

United Airlines Cabin Seats

United Airlines Cabin Seats

US Airways

US Airways also offers scheduled flights to and from Las Vegas. The airline provides First Class on all domestic flights.

US Airways operates 18 airline lounges in 13 airports across the country called the US Airways Club. The airline also operates the frequent-flyer program, Dividend Miles, where you can earn rewards for your flights.

Virgin America

Virgin America is another low-cost airline based in the USA. The airline provides frequent and scheduled flights between major metropolitan cities on the Eastern and West Coast.

Virgin America offers online check-in, in-flight entertainment and dual-class service on all flights — First Class and Main Cabin Select. Checked baggage allowance and on-board refreshments attracts an additional cost.

However, it does operate a special frequent flyer program called elevate that offers special benefits and discounts to its loyal passengers.

Virgin America Cabin

Virgin America Cabin

A Final Word

Las Vegas is one of the world’s most dazzling destination that offers something to do at every corner. Regardless of your reason for visiting, you will have several airlines offering domestic flights in and out of the city.

If you are leaving Vegas on the weekend try, stay to through Saturday night, which is the busiest time for airlines and the airport.

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