|Popular in||April||High demand for flights, 13% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||January||Best time to find cheap flights, 4% potential price drop|
|Average price||C$ 539||Average for round-trip flights in June 2022|
|Round-trip from||C$ 176||From Toronto to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl|
|One-way from||C$ 13||One-way flight from Toronto to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl (LAS)|
Information is based on travel restrictions from Canada to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl
Most visitors from Canada need to provide a negative COVID-19 test result and/or quarantine to enter Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl.
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Canada are not required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test or antigen result upon entering Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl.
Visitors from Canada are not required to quarantine after entering Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl.
Returning to Canada from Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) or Antigen (quick-test) test taken 72 hours for RT-PCR (NAAT) and 1 day for Antigen (quick-test) before departing to Canada.
Visitors from Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl are not required to quarantine after entering Canada.
YTO - LAS
C$ 357 - C$ 691
15 - 41 °C
2 - 24 mm
Las Vegas used to be all about the gambling, but while the blackjack tables and gaming are still a huge part of the action on the infamous Strip – the 6km stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard between Russell Road and Sahara Avenue – it is now partly about the luxury. The shopping, high-end spa treatments, celebrity-chef eateries, and headliner shows are what travellers increasingly buy airline tickets to Las Vegas for.
A world-class city, Las Vegas is the only place on earth where you can view a dazzling light show that takes in an entire street, take a ride in a gondola or see a volcano erupt, all in the same day. It’s also the place to see an Eiffel Tower and Sphinx without hopping on a plane.
Beyond the glitz and the neon lights, there is plenty of nature to explore. Many travellers pencil in a visit to the Red Rock National Conservation area, Lake Mead National Recreation area and Mount Charleston, all a quick drive from the hotels and casinos.
Flights to Las Vegas, Nevada from Canada range from about 2.5h-7h. The quickest flights depart from Calgary and Vancouver at about 2h-3h, whereas flights from the eastern provinces, like from Toronto, Ontario, and Montreal, Quebec, are likely to be several hours.
Direct flights can be booked to Las Vegas from several cities across Canada. Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Toronto Pearson, Edmonton International, Calgary International, and Vancouver International airports all service several direct flights to Las Vegas daily. The airlines that provide these direct flights are WestJet, Air Canada, and Frontier Airlines. If you book a flight that does have a stopover, you likely stop at a common layover city on flights from parts of Canada to Las Vegas, like Calgary, Seattle, and San Francisco.
Las Vegas has one major airport, McCarran International (LAS), which is about 19 km from Las Vegas’s city centre. There are several transportation options you can choose when travelling from the airport to downtown or the Strip area. Taxis operate regularly out of the airport and can take you to a destination on the central Strip for about C$24, while a taxi to downtown will cost you about C$34, both taking about 20-30 minutes. Lyft and Uber rides can also be arranged using their respective apps and may cost less than a taxi unless it’s a time of high demand.
Taking a shuttle to your downtown or Strip destination will only cost you a few dollars, though it will likely take longer than taxis and rideshares as they make stops along the way. Also, be sure to check of your hotel offers free airport shuttle service. Outside of terminals 1 and 3, you can take public buses to the Strip and downtown Las Vegas for about C$2-3 one way, about C$8 for a two-hour pass, or about C$11 for a 24-hour pass. If you intend to travel frequently in and out of the Las Vegas area, renting a car is another popular option.
Las Vegas is a haven for anyone who loves casinos, a desert climate, exceptional shopping, and world-class restaurants. Most visitors enjoy spending their time at the famed casinos that often double as hotels and offer multiple dining and entertainment options, such as gondola rides at the Venetian, the fountain show at Bellagio, and rollercoasters at Circus Circus. Golf courses, thrilling nightclubs, and gourmet restaurants are also located Strip-side while taking a day trip to the Grand Canyon is a must if time allows.
Canadian citizens traveling to Las Vegas or any other city in the United States do need to carry a valid passport with them. A visa is not generally necessary if the purpose of your trip is for business or tourism, although if the intention of your trip is for immigration or investment purposes, a visa will be needed.
Las Vegas has a classic desert climate. Temperatures hit 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) during the summer months and it can be humid. Spring and fall are considered ideal times to take cheap flights to Las Vegas. The temperatures are mild. Winters are mild too.
Located five miles (8km) south of Las Vegas’s central business district, McCarran International Airport (LAS) is the largest airport serving the notorious Sin City, handling a whopping 40 million passengers each year.
Flights to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport come from all over the world. However, the most popular routes are short domestic flights from US cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Phoenix, Chicago and Salt Lake City.
The facilities at McCarran are good, and staff members are friendly and efficient. The newer – and smaller – Terminal 2 has less to occupy your time and fewer places to sit, which can get annoying at peak times. Other than that there are few complaints to be made about the airport, so relax and try your luck at the slots while you wait for your flight.
Booking a flight to Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl (LAS) is your only option if you intend on flying to Las Vegas. It is only a 10.0 km journey from Harry Reid Intl to Las Vegas’s city centre.
Las Vegas has seen a 386% increase in demand for flights to the city compared to last year.