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Cheap Flights from Edmonton International to Las Vegas Mccarran in 2019

Flight information Edmonton International to Las Vegas Mccarran

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

C$190

Non-stop airlines

3

Flights per week

11

Average flight time, total distance 1921 kilometers

3h 0min

Most popular airline last month

Air Canada

Las Vegas Mccarran and Las Vegas North Air Terminal

2 airports

Explore Las Vegas

Las Vegas Hotels

Bellagio Las Vegas

251
LuxuryNightlife

Wynn Las Vegas

160
LuxuryNightlife

Flight Information

Direct flights from Edmonton International to Las Vegas McCarran are only available through two airlines: WestJet and American Airlines. There are several other airlines that offer flights to Las Vegas McCarran from Edmonton International with one or multiple layovers, such as Alaska Airlines, Delta, and United. Direct flights are available every day, Sunday through Saturday.

Passengers choosing a flight with layovers can expect to stop at Los Angeles International, Seattle Tacoma International Airport, Portland International Airport, or a combination thereof. Layover times vary significantly and may be long enough to take a quick tour of the layover city.

Terminal Information for Edmonton International Airport

Before going through security, passengers taking Edmonton International to Las Vegas McCarran flights can grab something to eat or drink at Jasper Bar & Grill, Booster Juice, or HALO Bar & Bistro. It's a good idea to exchange currency before your flight at International Currency Exchange, located before the security check. Once past security, passengers can get last-minute electronics at iStore, or find books and gifts at RELAY.

Edmonton International is the largest airport in Canada by total land area. It is also the main hub for Northern Canada and Northern Alberta airlines. While at Edmonton International, passengers can easily go through U.S. Customs and Border Preclearance. This allows passengers to clear customs and security without having to claim and re-check baggage during connecting flights.

Terminal Information for McCarran International Airport

Las Vegas McCarran is the primary airport for Las Vegas and the surrounding area. When passengers arrive at Las Vegas McCarran from Edmonton International, there are several options for dining, shopping, and relaxing. One of the unique features of this airport is the Howard W. Cannon Aviation Museum. This is located on Level 2 of Terminal 1 and offers exhibits on the early development of flight. There are also slot machines throughout the airport for the enjoyment of passengers ages 21 and over.

Las Vegas McCarran is the eighth-busiest airport in the world by aircraft movements and the 26th busiest by passenger traffic. There are two terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. Passengers coming in from Canada use Terminal 3, as this handles all international flights.

What You Need to Know

When taking a flight from Edmonton International to Las Vegas McCarran, passengers should bring identification and a passport. Passengers flying to Las Vegas McCarran should arrive at Edmonton International at least three hours in advance of the departure time. This allows time for screening, checking baggage, and any delays that may occur.

What to Expect in Las Vegas

The average high temperature in Edmonton throughout the summer is approximately 22 degrees Celsius. However, in Las Vegas, the average high is 39 degrees Celsius. Passengers should pack for warmer weather when heading to Las Vegas.

Several ground travel options are available to help passengers get around in Las Vegas. Car rentals are available from the airport. Passengers interested in public transportation can take the RTC transit, which provides direct access to and from the airport. In addition, taxis, limousines, and shuttles are available to get around the city.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.