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British Airways operates direct flights to Las Vegas from London Heathrow (LHR), as do American Airlines, Finnair and Iberia.
British Airways, Delta, Virgin Atlantic and Norwegian Air also have Las Vegas flights taking off from London Gatwick (LGW).
Virgin Atlantic and Thomas Cook Airlines operate direct 2017 flights to Las Vegas from Manchester (MAN).
Thomas Cook Airlines operate a weekly, direct service between Glasgow Airport (GLA) and Las Vegas.
Compare online and you’ll find cheap flights to Las Vegas, but, as with all plane fares, prices rise close to the departure date.
Summer and winter flights to Las Vegas tend to cost the most, with spring and autumn offering more bargain fares. For low-cost flights to Las Vegas in 2017, compare and book as soon as you can.
Getting to your hotel from the airport it just as easy as finding cheap flights: see our how to get around Las Vegas page for more information.
As an alternative to direct Las Vegas flights in 2017, a road trip could involve taking a cheap flight to Los Angeles, driving up the scenic Interstate 15 and passing the iconic ‘Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas’ sign.
Air New Zealand, American Airlines, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and United Airlines all offer direct services to Los Angeles International (LAX) from Heathrow in 2017, with Norwegian flying from Gatwick.
Once you’ve landed, a host of car-hire companies are based at Los Angeles International inside the terminal buildings. The drive to Las Vegas takes around four hours, and can include a stop at Calico, an eerie ghost town.
Las Vegas doesn’t have any Amtrak train connections, but there is a Greyhound station if you fancy giving the USA’s famous (and affordable) bus network a go. It’s located at 200 South Main St, opposite the longstanding Golden Nugget casino in Downtown Las Vegas.
The US Visa Waiver Programme (VWP) allows most British passport holders to stay in the USA for up to 90 days without a visa. If you have an e-Passport, you’re eligible for visa-free travel to the USA (a symbol on the front of the passport shows you if it’s an e-Passport). If not, you’ll need to apply for a visa via the US embassy.
You also need to register with the Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (ESTA). This can be done online. Enter some basic personal information and pay a fee of US$14 and you are authorised to travel. ESTA authorisation typically remains valid for two years.