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Departure Tue, 07 May Return Fri, 10 May
PDX Portland
LAS Las Vegas
return from $81
Departure Fri, 24 May Return Tue, 28 May
PDX Portland
LAS Las Vegas
return from $204
Route information
The entertainment capital of the world needs no other introduction, and no other incentive to pay it a visit.
( Portland airports
  • ? Portland International Airport (PDX)
    How far from city center: 6 miles
) Las Vegas airports
  • ? Mccarran International Airport (LAS)
    How far from city center: 2 miles
  • ? Henderson Executive (HSH)
    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
  • ? Nellis Afb (LSV)
    How far from city center: 11 miles
L Distance: 759 miles

Going to and from the airports

Flights from Portland

Portland, the largest city of Oregon is also known as the City of Roses due to the city's perfect weather. It has a civil-military airport, the Portland International Airport, which is the largest in the state of Oregon. This airport caters to eighteen domestic and international flights to and from Portland, Oregon.

The Portland International Airport was named the best airport in the US in 2013. It contains a passenger terminal that is divided into five separate concourses (A-E), each containing several gates and connected by a walkway called the concourse connector. The airport provides free Wi-Fi access, a good parking area, and is a fantastic foodie spot.

Travelling to Portland airport

Booking flights to Las Vegas from Portland is easy; the airport is located around 20-40 minutes northeast from downtown and the commute isn't a big deal either. The MAX Red Line rail service is within 150ft. of the Portland International Airport's baggage claim area and takes a direct route to and from central Portland and even to Beaverton. This journey would take about 38 minutes one way. The city cabs and shuttles, especially the downtown airport express, are also good options and take almost the same amount of time - sometimes even less - although these are obviously costlier options.

Reaching Las Vegas

Las Vegas is known as Sin City for good reason; it has no limits to its entertainment options and satisfies every whim one might have. The city isn't just smoke, mirrors and flashy lights, it is also elegance, refinement and timelessness - the casinos there actually have no clocks. People go to Vegas to escape from hectic lives or to just loosen up and party for a while. The city's atmosphere itself is very freeing and energetic: from clubs and resorts to parks and circuses, casinos and buffets, Vegas stands up to its wildfire reputation by being an entertainment hub.

Getting to the city center

Flights from Portland to Vegas usually land at McCarran International Airport (America's fifth busiest airport) but North Las Vegas Airport is an economical alternative. Intercity shuttle services, such as Aloha Airport Express are found at the zero level of terminal one, but group shuttles such as Airline Shuttle are much kinder to the wallet and with similar comfort. Ride Share services such as Lyft and Uber are popular these days and can be arranged from the parking garages of terminals one and three. Public buses are also available. The same options apply to North Las Vegas airport, except it doesn't have shuttles and bus services, but limousines and crew cars are available.

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