Cheap Flights from Denver (DEN) to Las Vegas (LAS)

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Route information

Distance: 608 miles
Denver airports
Denver International (DEN) How far from city center: 19 miles
Jeffco (BJC) How far from city center: 14 miles
Arapahoe Co (APA) How far from city center: 14 miles
Buckley Angb (BFK) How far from city center: 6 miles
Las Vegas airports
Mccarran International Airport (LAS) How far from city center: 2 miles
Nellis Afb (LSV) How far from city center: 11 miles
North Air Terminal (VGT) How far from city center: 7 miles
Las Vegas Boulder Arpt (BLD) How far from city center: 21 miles
Henderson Executive (HSH) How far from city center: 11 miles

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Useful information about flights from Denver to Las Vegas

Las Vegas is in Nevada, sandwiched between the Mojave Desert and Death Valley National Park. How long is the flight from Denver to Las Vegas? The non-stop flight time can be between 1 hour and 50 minutes to 2 hours and 15 minutes, depending on wind direction and flight path. It’s a similar story for the return Las Vegas to Denver flight time.

The time difference between Denver and Las Vegas is 1 hour. As Denver is in Colorado, it’s on Mountain Standard Time (MST) which is GMT-6. Meanwhile, Las Vegas is in the Pacific Time Zone of GMT-7 which encompasses most of western America, Canada, and Mexico.

In most cases, you’ll be required to arrive at Denver International Airport (DEN) at least 2 hours before your scheduled departure time to Las Vegas.

Airlines flying from Denver to Las Vegas

As Las Vegas is one of the most popular entertainment destinations in the world, let alone the U.S., it’s no surprise to find multiple airlines offering direct flights between Denver and Las Vegas.

Here are the carriers serving the Denver to Vegas non-stop route:

Most of the airlines listed above operate multiple flights to Las Vegas from Denver Airport daily, so you should have plenty of flexibility to choose from morning, afternoon, and nighttime flights.

Airports in Denver

Denver and the surrounding area are served by 2 airports. The primary airport for citizens within the metropolitan area of Denver is the Denver International Airport (DEN). For those living in the fringes of Denver, it may also be prudent to consider Colorado Springs Airport (COS) which is just over an hour’s drive south of downtown Denver:

Denver International Airport (DEN): Denver International Airport is super convenient for those living in downtown Denver. It’s just a 37-minute ride on the A Line commuter train service. The A Line operates every 15 minutes during peak hours and every 30 minutes off-peak. There are also multiple RTD bus routes serving the Denver Transit Center, including routes AA, AB, AT, 145X and 169L. Private cabs and ride app services can be pre-booked with ease to DEN too.

Colorado Springs Airport (COS): Colorado Springs is the second busiest commercial airport in Colorado, after Denver International Airport. You can get here from downtown Colorado Springs by bus via the Mountain Metro Transit Route 37. Private cabs and shuttles can also be booked in advance. Long-term car parking on-site is available from $8 daily.

Information about Las Vegas Airport

Las Vegas has just one major commercial airport, ideally positioned to the south of the Las Vegas Strip. Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) used to be known as the McCarran International Airport. It was renamed after Nevada senator Harry Reid in February 2021 who served the state for 30 years.

How to get to the Strip from Harry Reid International Airport

The transport infrastructure at Harry Reid International Airport is somewhat limited. There’s no train service in Las Vegas, so the best option is to pre-book a rideshare or cab service from Las Vegas Airport which can drive you door-to-door from the arrivals hall to your hotel resort. RTC does run public buses to Harry Reid International Airport which pass through the Strip every 15 minutes.

Tip: First-time visitors often pay more than they need to for cabs to the Strip. Cab drivers will sometimes take the long route through the tunnel to get to Las Vegas Boulevard, but there’s a quicker and cheaper route. Make sure you tell your driver to take the Paradise route instead of the tunnel route.

How to get to downtown Las Vegas from Harry Reid International Airport

It’s a similar story if you want to get to downtown Vegas from Las Vegas Airport. Your best option is to pre-book a cab or rideshare which can take you directly to your hotel in the Fremont Street area. It’s a very direct route to downtown Vegas from LAS, via S Eastern Avenue, and should take no more than 15-20 minutes.

Facilities and services at Las Vegas Airport

The Harry Reid International Airport is open 24/7. There are 2 main terminals for departures and arrivals at LAS. Terminal 1 is typically reserved for domestic flights from Gates A, B, C, and D. Meanwhile Terminal 3 – yes, we know, what happened to Terminal 2? – is the main hub for international flights and some domestic routes.

Shopping and Dining: Both terminals have a wealth of dining options, including grills, diners, relaxed cafés, and fast-food outlets. Retail therapy is just moments away in either terminal too, including Dufry Shopping outlets, jewelers, tech shops, and much more.

Wi-Fi: Free public Wi-Fi is available for travelers in both terminals at LAS.

Lounges: There are no fewer than 6 airport lounges across Terminals 1 and 3. Most open between 5am and 8am until late. Pre-booking any of the lounges, such as The Club at LAS, The Centurion Lounge, and the USO Lounge is strongly advised.

Gaming: If you’re visiting Vegas for leisure and gaming purposes, you’ll find Harry Reid International Airport has jumped on the gaming bandwagon too, with slot machines installed throughout both Terminal 1 and Terminal 3.

Best time to fly to Las Vegas

Given Las Vegas’ desert climate, the best time to visit “Sin City” is quite subjective. Ultimately, it depends on your appetite for hot temperatures, as most days on the Strip have many hours of warm, bright sunshine. Spring is one of the most temperate periods of the year, with comfortably warm days and cooler nights offering some overnight respite.

In terms of the best time to experience Las Vegas for year-round experiences, New Year’s Eve has to be seen to be believed. The entirety of the Las Vegas Boulevard Strip is closed off to road traffic for New Year’s Eve, creating one 4-mile-long street party. With magnificent fireworks and light shows, there are few better ways to see in a new year than on the Vegas Strip.

Another iconic time to fly to Las Vegas is to experience a fight night on the Strip. Vegas is known worldwide for its heritage in staging the biggest boxing fights, including many world heavyweight title bouts. The glitz and glamor of boxing in Vegas is unparalleled, but you’ll need deep pockets to afford a ticket with a decent ring view. Sticking with the sporting theme, Las Vegas is now home to a successful NHL ice hockey team, who play their games at the T-Mobile Arena. Sports fans should coincide their next trip to Vegas with a Las Vegas Knights hockey game.

What to do in Las Vegas

Where do you start for a city which offers a little bit of everything? Las Vegas is one of the world’s most popular entertainment destinations. Since the early 20th century, Vegas has been an exclusive resort for the rich and famous, attracting some of the finest entertainers on the planet. It also happens to be the home of the biggest cluster of casino resorts in the world – the Las Vegas Boulevard Strip.

Nightlife: When the sun goes down, Las Vegas becomes a party animal. There are nightclubs within most casino resorts along the Strip, which attract A-List DJs and performers most Fridays and Saturdays, perfect for a long weekend in Vegas partying. Some of these DJs even have residencies at exclusive haunts. There’s a dayclub scene in Vegas too, with daytime pool parties growing increasingly popular.

Culture: There’s plenty for culture vultures to uncover in Las Vegas too. The Hoover Dam is an impressive feat of engineering, located just south of Las Vegas. Built during the Great Depression, the Hoover Dam helps to power much of Vegas and the surrounding area. The Grand Canyon is a 3-hour drive if you’re prepared to make the pilgrimage. Red Rock Canyon’s National Conservation Area is another popular attraction for adventure-seekers, with its picturesque, narrow canyons and waterfalls. Its dining scene is fast becoming a huge part of Vegas’ modern-day culture, with Michelin-starred fine dining the order of the day.

Families: Although Las Vegas isn’t a destination designed with kids firmly in mind, it’s still a city that offers plenty of fun for families. Whether it’s the swimming pools and wave machines of the hotel resorts, rides like the Big Apple Coaster and the multiple rides at the top of the SRAT, or the 5-acre indoor amusement park at the iconic Circus Circus, there’s no chance of being bored.

FAQs on flights from Denver to Las Vegas

1. How long is the flight from Denver to Las Vegas?

Non-stop flights from Denver International Airport (DEN) to Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) take between 1 hour and 50 minutes and 2 hours and 15 minutes.


2. How can I find cheap flights from Denver to Las Vegas?

Take advantage of the eDreams search engine. Our AI-powered facility compares flights from Denver to Las Vegas with all available airlines at suitable departure and return times to help you grab the best value fare. We’ll also offer connecting flight deals if these prove cheaper on occasion. Sign up to become an eDreams Prime member and you’re guaranteed access to the cheapest flights to Vegas from the Mile High City.


3. Which airlines fly directly from Denver to Las Vegas?

There are four airlines that run direct flights from Denver to Las Vegas regularly. Frontier, Southwest Airlines, Spirit, and United Airlines are the non-stop options. Southwest Airlines, Frontier, and Spirit are known as low-cost carriers, which means their airfares may be lower than United.


4. How can I find last-minute flights from Denver to Las Vegas?

If you’re an eDreams Prime member, make sure you scroll to the top of this page. We regularly display last-minute flight deals from Denver to Las Vegas available within the last 3 days. As ever, availability and final prices are subject to change, but it’s a useful guide.


5. What are the cancellation fees and policies for my flight?

The cancellation policy of flights from Denver to Las Vegas differs depending on which airline you choose. We always recommend checking the fine print to understand your claiming rights. For the ultimate peace of mind, take out our Cancel for Any Reason Guarantee at the time of booking. This allows you to cancel your booking for an excess of just 20% of the airfare. You must cancel no later than 24 hours before your scheduled flight time.


6. What are the distances between Las Vegas Airport and the Strip?

Las Vegas’ Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) is located at the south end of the Las Vegas Boulevard Strip. It’s about 3.3 miles to the Strip by car and approximately 5 miles to downtown Las Vegas and the likes of Fremont Street. There’s also North Las Vegas Airport (VGT), which is 3 miles north-west of downtown Las Vegas, although this is typically reserved for general aviation and scenic flights.


7. Can I change or cancel my flight from Denver to Las Vegas?

If you want to be sure of flexibility with your next flight booking from Denver to Las Vegas, take out our eDreams Flexible Travel Dates Guarantee too. This gives you the freedom to alter your flight times and dates up to 24 hours before your original date and time of departure. eDreams will pay or reimburse you the total cost of your original flight ticket or the full cost of the rebooked flight, whichever is cheaper.


8. Which month is the cheapest to fly from Denver to Las Vegas?

The cheapest month of the year to book flights from Denver to Las Vegas is typically August. This is the height of the Las Vegas summer season, when the city is at its hottest. With daily temperatures typically spiking well above 100 degrees Fahrenheit, this often sees demand fall. The months of February and November are cost-effective too. February is one of the cooler months, while November typically has less demand after Thanksgiving and before Christmas.

Frequently asked questions about flights from Denver to Las Vegas

What are the benefits of booking flexible flight tickets?
Using the flexible flight ticket, you're guaranteed a refund or a rebooking option (without fees) in case of flight cancellations when travelling to United States. At eDreams have you covered!
For flights from Denver to Las Vegas, how can I find the cheapest price?
The cheapest price for a flight from Denver to Las Vegas is $14. At eDreams we use different machine learned based methodologies to find our costumers the best option available, considering airline combinations, stopovers and direct flights as well as different criteria for inbound and outbound journeys.
When booking, when is the best time to get the best prices for flights from Denver to Las Vegas?
The most popular months to book a trip from Denver to Las Vegas are October, September and May, based on the searches of our customers.
When is the best time to travel from Denver to Las Vegas?
The best time of the year to visit Las Vegas depends on lots of personal preferences, especially the price. Regarding popularity, May is the best month to fly to Las Vegas from Denver in terms of searches from our customers, followed by November and October. If you prefer to avoid the busy season and get away from the crowds April, January and August are the months with fewer searches for Denver - Las Vegas.
How long does the flight from Denver to Las Vegas take?
Flight length from Denver to Las Vegas is around 02:03 hours on average, at an average distance of 1,010 km, for flights for the route (which may have 1 or more stops in other cities in between).
How is the weather in Las Vegas compared to Denver?
While in Denver the temperatures can reach an average of 34.63 ºC in summer, with precipitation levels up to 12.0 mm ,Las Vegas's temperatures can go up to 43.38 ºC during the hot season, with 6.0 mm average of rain rate . In winter, however, weather indicators show around -4.66 ºC in Las Vegas, compared to the -17.82 ºC average degrees reported in Denver. During the winter period, Denver can register 9.0 mm precipitation, while Las Vegas have an average of 3.0 mm rain level.
Which airports have flights between Denver and Las Vegas?
The main route from Denver to Las Vegas is: Denver International (DEN) to Mccarran International Airport (LAS). The following airlines fly this route:
  • Frontier Airlines.
  • United Airlines.
  • Spirit Airlines.
The airlines that fly indirectly from Denver to Las Vegas are:
Delta Air Lines, stopping at Salt Lake City, UT during at least 100 minutes.

Mccarran International Airport - What our customers are saying

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Lexi
Date 2018-03-24 Age 31-50 City Denver

Security was crazy flying to Las Vegas from DIA was quick and easy with much better security. Flying back to DIA from Las Vegas took a lot longer.

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Date 2019-01-04 Age Under 30 City Las Vegas

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Flying Time 2 h and 3 m When flying from Denver to Las Vegas, this can take around 2 h and 3 m in flying time, however this flight duration can vary due to other factors
Cheapest flight $14 The best price for flights from Denver to Las Vegas offered by eDreams, which have been found by our customers in the last 3 days
Departure Airport Denver International Denver International is where you'll take off when flying from Denver to Las Vegas
Arrival Airport Mccarran International Airport You'll land at Mccarran International Airport when flying from Denver to Las Vegas

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