|Flying Time||1 h and 28 m||When flying from San Diego to Las Vegas, this can take around 1 h and 28 m in flying time, however this flight duration can vary due to other factors|
|Cheapest flight||$40||The best price for flights from San Diego to Las Vegas offered by eDreams, which have been found by our customers in the last 3 days|
|Departure Airport||Lindbergh International Airport||Lindbergh International Airport is where you'll take off from when flying from San Diego to Las Vegas|
|Arrival Airport||Mccarran International Airport||You'll land at Mccarran International Airport when flying from San Diego to Las Vegas|
San Diego, known for its flawless beaches and perfect weather, is home to world renowned San Diego Zoo and Balboa Park. Flights to San Diego land at the Lindbergh International Airport. It operates for domestic and international flights to and from Canada, the UK, Mexico, Japan and several other destinations.
San Diego International Airport has two terminals, both with two parts: east and west. Terminal one has 19 gates, while terminal two has 32 gates. International flights to San Diego are all overseen at gates 20 to 51. Terminal two also houses several popular art displays, such as The Spirit of St. Louis, At The Gate, and The Spirit of Silence.
Flying from San Diego to Vegas take a little over an hour non-stop. One of the best ways to reach San Diego International Airport is to take Amtrak or Coaster commuter to Santa Fe Depot in downtown San Diego, and then the MTS Bus Route 992. The bus leaves every 15 minutes on weekdays and every 30 minutes on weekends and holidays; it takes ten minutes to reach terminal 1, also goes to terminal 2, and costs around $2. Shuttle services, such as SuperShuttle and Advanced Shuttles, are also good options. Once at the airport, the Airport Loop shuttle service provides free transportation throughout.
Popularly defined as America's entertainment hub, Las Vegas is a city with a mysterious, layered complexity. On one hand you have the clubs, pubs and casinos, whilst on the other hand you have places like Fremont Street and The Mirage. Fremont Street is a pedestrianized area with a variety of surprises which you'll believe only when you see it yourself. The Mirage is a hotel with its own occasionally erupting volcano and a secret garden plus a Dolphin Habitat. When you're in Vegas, you cannot forget the one-of-a-kind High Roller Ferris Wheel on the Linq. Overwhelmed? Well, this is not even a quarter of the Las Vegas experience!
Flights from San Diego to Las Vegas land at McCarren International Airport (LAS), which is located five miles south of downtown Las Vegas in Paradise and has two terminals (1 and 3). You could take intercity shuttle services to get to the city center, such as the Aloha Airport Express found at level zero of terminal one, or you could take a more economical route with group shuttles like Airline Shuttle. Uber and Lyft are also available right outside both terminals of LAS in the parking garages. Taxis and Limousines are available from outside the exits of terminal 1 and on level zero of terminal 3. Public buses are another cheap option.