Whether you are going for business or pleasure, Las Vegas delivers on budget and extravagance all packed into a desert metropolis better than any city in the world, well, Dubai comes a close second. Let’s take a look at the non-stop long-haul flights that bring visitors to Las Vegas.
To make it clear, we’re NOT talking about the Las Vegas on the left, but the Las Vegas on the right!
Las Vegas caters to every type of visitor from business travellers coming in for conventions to leisure travellers wanting to see the sights and sounds of The Strip, and surrounding areas like Lake Mead, the Grand Canyon and Red Rock Canyon.
Upon first thought I didn’t think Las Vegas had so many non-stop international long-haul flights, but after some research I was surprised to see many options from Canada, Mexico, and Latin America. Therefore for this article we limited the scope of a non-stop long-haul international flight to any flight that is over six hours and doesn’t originate from the United States, Canada or Mexico.
Non-Stop International (long-haul) Flights To Las Vegas (LAS) :
Seating: Economy, Premium Economy, Upper Class
Schedule: non-stop 7 days a week
London-Heathrow (LHR) – Las Vegas (LAS)
Seating: World Traveler (Economy), World Traveler Plus (Premium Economy), Club World (Business Class), First Class
Schedule: non-stop Sun, Mon, Wed, Fri
Incheon (ICN) – Las Vegas (LAS)
Seating: Economy, Prestige (business class) and First class
Schedule: non-stop 1 day a week, connecting options also available
Belfast (BFS) – Las Vegas (LAS)
Glasgow (GLA) – Las Vegas (LAS)
Manchester (MAN) – Las Vegas (LAS)
London-Stanstead (STN) – Las Vegas (LAS)
Seating: Economy, Premium Economy
Schedule: non-stop 2 days a week, connecting options also available
Frankfurt (FRA) – Las Vegas (LAS)
Aircraft: 767-300 (winglets)
Seating: Economy, Premium Economy, Business Class
Schedule: non-stop 1 day a week, Tuesday.
Copenhagen (CPH) – Las Vegas (LAS)
Seating: Economy Class, Premium Class
Schedule: non-stop 2 days a week
Panama City (PTY) – Las Vegas (LAS), ~7hrs.
Seating: Economy, Business Class
- In 2014, Las Vegas had 42 million passengers arrive via air, 3.44 million of which were international passengers.
- The largest origin for passengers visiting Las Vegas on a non-stop international long haul flight is the United Kingdom.
- In 2014 Virgin Atlantic and British Airways carried 300,000 and 293,000 passengers respectively, which made up for 9% of the international market into Las Vegas.
- In total 892,000 were international non-stop long-haul passengers.
Have you flown nonstop internationally to Las Vegas? If so, what routes? Have we missed any current routes?