|Cheapest flight||$52||The best price for flights from Memphis, TN to Las Vegas offered by eDreams, which have been found by our customers in the last 3 days|
|Departure Airport||Memphis International Airport||Memphis International Airport is where you'll take off from when flying from Memphis, TN to Las Vegas|
|Arrival Airport||Mccarran International Airport||You'll land at Mccarran International Airport when flying from Memphis, TN to Las Vegas|
|Peak season||March||March is the busiest time to fly from Memphis, TN to Las Vegas according to search data results from our customers|
Tennessee's Memphis, the city of music that gave us Elvis Presley, sits on the right of the equally famous Mississippi River. With so much history and culture, it is no wonder that Memphis International Airport (MEM) doubles as a cultural hub, educational center for bright-eyed aviation students and a charity host that feeds homeless veterans.
While waiting for your domestic flight from Memphis, why not listen to a live performance by the Memphis Symphony Orchestra? Art exhibitions, as well as the invigorating, annual student's art contest, are displayed between Concourses A, B and C. As with any well situated airport, MEM provides dining and shopping to get those last minute, music-themed souvenirs.
MEM provides multiple transportation options to and from the airport. Besides taxis and rental cars, the Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA) provides two buses that pick up passengers from the local bus stop outside Concourse C. Bus 2 drops off at Midtown, Medical District and Downtown while Bus 4 stops at LeMoyne Owen College and Downtown.
Parking has never been easier with MEM's multiple pricing options. If you are planning that cheap flight from Memphis to Las Vegas on the spur of the moment, you can choose from the Economy, Long-Term, Short-Term or Oversized Vehicle packages. MEM even provides stations for electric cars and free vehicle assistance.
Las Vegas is a city that will never bore. With so many activities, it's hard to choose when to rest. With sunny beach weather almost all year-round, those trips to the pool are even more satisfying. In addition to shopping, spas and casinos, the city offers multiple shows from establishments such as the House of Blues, Coyote Ugly Bar And Dance Saloon and the Intrigue Nightclub to name a few.
For the more adventurous, the Vegas Indoor Skydiving room provides a safe place to spread those wings, and where would Las Vegas be without its exotic car races? As for outdoor activities, an assorted mix of hikes, bird watching and kayaking await the nature lover.
Flights to Las Vegas from Memphis land at either Terminal 1 or 3 of McCarran International Airport. The airport is located south of downtown Las Vegas in Paradise, a 20-minute drive which will place you north-west of the intersection between I-215 and I-15.
Passengers have a multitude of transport options as well as taxis and rented vehicles. Shuttle buses provide door-to-door services or drop offs at specific locations. Several public bus companies, including The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC), provide transportation from both T1 and T3. Please be warned that some shuttle buses require advanced booking.