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Flights toLas Vegas

Fly to the luminous lights of Las Vegas

Flight time from London

10 hrs 40 mins

Distance from London

5,224 miles

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Instil more excitement into your life by booking flights to Las Vegas with British Airways. Whether you’re heading to an epic party in the hottest hotel clubs, a luxurious VIP trip or a poolside retreat, you will enjoy a delightful flight with our brilliant British Airways cabin crew. Ease into holiday mode during your flight before you reach the sensations of this smouldering city.

Make time for a mind-blowing Las Vegas holiday. Relax during every minute of your flight to America’s City of Lights. You’ll want to save your energy before hitting up the strip of dazzling colours and electric vibes. Enjoy excellent service and soothing comforts on your flight with us. Savour our selection of complimentary food and drinks, as well as a selection of entertainment options. Make the most of your generous baggage allowance and leave some space in your case to bring back a designer piece or two.

Flights to Las Vegas

You can fly direct from London to Las Vegas with British Airways.

Our daily flights to Las Vegas take around 10 hours, and with multiple departure times you can find a flight that suits your schedule. Your journey to shimmering Las Vegas will be a piece of cake.

Fly direct from London Heathrow (LHR) to Harry Reid International Airport (LAS). Select the cabin to suit you, whatever your budget, and travel in economy (World Traveller), premium economy (World Traveller Plus), business (Club World) or First class.

Create your holiday your way – decide where to stay, for how long and at what cost. Read our guides to Las Vegas hotels and Las Vegas eateries to learn our insider tips for choosing the best hotels, restaurants and Las Vegas attractions.

Book now and pay later with our low deposits

Secure your holiday with a low deposit and flexible installments – you can decide when you make the payments and how much they are.

A flyer’s guide: Las Vegas flight tips

Everything you need to know about flying to Las Vegas with British Airways

When is the best time to fly?

One of the sunniest places in the world, with sizzling desert heat temperatures, Las Vegas is an out-of-this-world year-round destination.

Rather than peak seasons, there are peak weeks in Vegas. These tend to occur in the heights of summer, June – August, when highs reach 34°C and immense party events shake up the city. December and January can also be pretty pricey with gigantic celebrations over New Year’s Eve, despite temperatures dropping to lows of 8°C.

You can find lower rates during mid-week since Las Vegas is a popular choice for those big weekends. Spring and fall and great times to visit because the months March – May and September – November offer balmy temperatures and less crowds. Remember, the desert temperatures drop once the sun goes down, so bring a few layers for evenings.

To find our cheapest flights to Las Vegas, use our lowest fare finder.

How long is the flight from London to Las Vegas?

Around 10 hours. You can fly from London Heathrow (LHR) to Harry Reid International Airport (LAS), formerly known as McCarran International Airport. British Airways provides direct flights from London to Las Vegas. Choose from a variety of daily flights to deliver you to your destination.

How do I get from Harry Reid International Airport to my resort?

Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) is just twelve miles from the centre of Las Vegas. Hiring a car is an easy way to travel within the city. Car rental also gives you the opportunity to take road trips to see more of Nevada and venture to the west coast.

Take the stress out of getting to your Las Vegas hotel by pre-booking an airport transfer before you travel. You’ll be given the opportunity to add a shuttle or private door-to-door transfer once you’ve booked your Las Vegas flight or holiday. Why not choose a stretch limousine and arrive in style? Alternatively, pick up a taxi from Level Zero of Terminal 3.

Read more on getting around Las Vegas

If you’re travelling on a British passport, there’s no need to get a visa in advance – but you do need to apply for an ESTA at least 72 hours before you travel. There is a $14 fee for registration and, once approved, your ESTA is valid for multiple journeys for two years or until your passport expires.

Find out more about visa requirements

How many bags can I check in?

Enjoy a generous baggage allowance when you fly economy (World Traveller) or when you book a package holiday. You can check in one piece of luggage weighing up to 23kg. If you’re travelling premium economy (World Traveller Plus), you can take two bags weighing 23kg each. Business (Club World) have the luxury of taking two heavier bags, weighing up to 32kg. First class can stow three bags weighing up to 32kg each.

Read our baggage guide to answer your specific queries.

Which cabins can I book when I fly with British Airways?

Premium economyPremium economy

Which cabins can I book when I fly with British Airways?

Our economy (World Traveller) offers our lowest fares and is great for budget travellers. You’ll get a meal, drinks and full use of our in-flight entertainment system.

Upgrade to premium economy (World Traveller Plus) for a quieter, smaller cabin with more space, and a travel pack including a blanket and toothbrush.

In our business (Club World), you can convert your seat into a fully-flat bed with luxurious White Company bedding, get access to private lounges, dedicated check-in desks and priority boarding.

First cabins are the finest way to travel. You'll enjoy your own stylish private suite with loungewear, amenity bag and slippers designed by Temperley London, exclusive access to lounges, fast-track security and impeccable service.

Three long haul flight tips for Las Vegas

Follow these few simple steps to make sure you arrive in great shape.

  1. Keep hydrated during your flight. Drink plenty of soft drinks and water to help your body feel good. Moisturise your skin and use lip balm, too.
  2. Get ahead of jet lag by living ‘in’ your new time zone as soon as you can. Las Vegas is seven hours behind GMT. Use our jet lag calculator for advice from our sleep expert.
  3. Remember to stretch your legs with a little walk down the aisle to keep blood circulating. If you suffer from leg and feet aches during flying, wear compression socks to help with discomfort.

Las Vegas tips

Our insider Las Vegas tips will give you the holiday feeling.

When to tip

Tipping is customary in the USA. When you catch a cab, eat in a restaurant, drink in a bar or play in a casino, you should add 15-20% tip to the bill. Hotel staff and bar staff usually expect $1-$2 for their services.

Free things to do

Explore more in Las Vegas. Catch the Fountains at The Bellagio with a sashaying water show every half an hour between 3.00 pm and 7.00 pm. Wander to the volcano at The Mirage. Gaze up at the eruptions of lava and fireballs to the beats of tribal music, on the hour, every hour from 6pm to 11pm. Make a move to Fremont Street to see an array of street performers: break-dancers, musicians, singers, celebrity impersonators and more. You can completely immerse yourself in a treasure trove of entertainment.

Weather in Las Vegas

The weather in Las Vegas offers nearly 300 days of sun each year. With December lows of 8°C and summer time highs of 34°C come August, both are popular times of the year to visit with plenty of events going on. August is the wettest month – but don’t fret, the average rainfall is just 14mm.

Plan your perfect Las Vegas trip

Where to stay in Las Vegas

Find your ultimate Vegas stay with us. Whether you are looking for somewhere sweet and sophisticated, an absolute party palace or a poolside desert haven, we'll have the hotel for you.

Find an Las Vegas hotel

Things to do in Las Vegas

With so much going on in this dynamic city, explore the best of it. Play away in casinos, discover mesmerising rooftop bars, check out the best nightlife in the world and squeeze as many shows in as you can.

Discover things to do in Las Vegas

Where to grab big eats in Las Vegas

Non-stop days turn into non-stop nights, so feeding that hunger is high on the list. Take a look at our selection of the best foodie stops in town, no matter what the time.

Las Vegas' best bites

Discover more of Las Vegas

When it comes to live DJs, non-stopdancing, blow-out early morningpartying, Vegas is the one and only

Amy Rosoman,  for British Airways

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