Cheap Flights to Nevada

As the first U.S. state to legalize gambling, Nevada has certainly earned its reputation as America's gambling and entertainment capital. It is estimated that some 200,000 slot machines can be found within the state's borders. Gaming isn't all that this state has to offer, however. Nevada is also home to some amazing natural attractions, such as the crystal-clear Lake Tahoe and the Comstock Lode, a remnant of the gold and silver rush. Skyscanner's flight search can help you find and compare the cheapest flights to Nevada. To compare flight prices on different days, try using the Whole Month search option.

Airlines That Fly to Nevada

Nonstop air service from Canada to Nevada is provided by Air Canada, Delta Air Lines, and WestJet. Connecting flights are available from several other major and low-cost carriers. More information about airlines that fly to Nevada can be found on this page.

Best Time to Fly to Nevada

Hotels in Nevada offer competitive rates throughout the year -- especially in Las Vegas -- so you're sure to find great deals on accommodation no matter what time of year you visit the state. That said, summers in Nevada are extremely hot and dry, with daytime temperatures being known to top 40 degrees Celsius, so you may want to avoid visiting between June and September if you plan to do any outdoor sightseeing. The shoulder seasons, which run from March to May and September through November, offer the most pleasant weather for enjoying Nevada's outdoor attractions. If you have a specific travel date in mind, you can monitor air ticket prices using Skyscanner's Price Alert tool.

Airports in Nevada

There are six commercial airports in Nevada that receive regular scheduled passenger flights. The three busiest facilities are McCarran International Airport, Reno/Tahoe International Airport, and Boulder City Municipal Airport.

McCarran International Airport (LAS) is Nevada's busiest airport. It is located approximately 8 kilometres to the south of Las Vegas and receives flights for dozens of international carriers. McCarran International Airport is served by two public buses operated by the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC): Route 108/Paradise and Route 109/Maryland Parkway. Other ground transportation options for getting to the city centre are local taxi services, shuttles, ride-shares, and car rentals.

Reno/Tahoe International Airport (RNO) is located around 6 kilometres to the southeast of downtown Reno and is connected to the city centre by public buses operated by the Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County (RTC), as well as shuttles, taxis, and several major car rental agencies.

Boulder City Municipal Airport (BLD) is situated approximately 2 kilometres to the southwest of central Boulder City. The airport primarily services flights for Grand Canyon Airlines and Scenic Airlines. Ground transportation options at Boulder City Municipal Airport include scheduled bus services, local taxis, and shuttles. Among the car rental agencies operating at this airport are AVIS, Dollar, and Hertz.

What to See and Do in Nevada

Las Vegas remains Nevada's biggest tourist draw, with its bright neon lights, bustling casinos, and opulent hotels, but the city of Reno also offers plenty in the way of tourist attractions and activities. Nicknamed the "Biggest Little City in the world," Reno is home to a host of high-end casinos, luxurious hotel complexes, and some of the state's top galleries -- including the Nevada Museum of Art and the Nevada Historical Society. Another good stop to add to your itinerary is the state's capital, Carson City. Located near Reno and Lake Tahoe, the city features beautiful beaches, picturesque bays, and historic sites such as the Nevada Governor's Mansion.

Flights to Nevada

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