Flights from Brisbane to Las Vegas

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Compare Cheap Brisbane to Las Vegas Flights


Las Vegas is a city with a reputation. This neon-lit city in the Nevada desert lures in visitors like bees to a honey pot and thousands of travellers touchdown every year to roll the dice in a high-end casino, wander the famed Las Vegas strip, chill by a resort swimming pool - or a combination of all three and more. Sin City, as it’s called, isn’t just a destination for hardcore hedonists though; it is a popular destination for business professionals as well as families and couples. With myriad of over the top hotels, exquisite dining experiences, upscale fashion boutiques and high-roller casinos on every corner, the city caters to every traveller’s holiday needs and budget. If you’re heading to Sin City in the future, look for cheap flights from Brisbane to Las Vegas on Webjet. With hundreds of flights available to compare and book, finding the perfect airfare can be quick and easy.


 

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The best time to visit Las Vegas


Las Vegas sits in the heart of the dry Nevada desert and so as you may expect, the summers are hot. Daytime temperatures during June to August can reach a sweltering 37°C (100°F). For some however, the heat makes the perfect excuse to do nothing but lounge from a resort swimming pool. The winter months from December through February bring 0-15°C (30-60°F) days and plenty of tourists, especially during Christmas and New Years festivities. If you’re searching for cheap flights from Brisbane to Las Vegas, look to visit in the spring months between March and May. Temperatures average 23°C (75°F) and the city is alive with festivals. This is also when crowds tend to be at their lowest. Pack a light sweater for your autumn BNE to LAS holiday. While daytime temperatures in September and October can reach up to 32°C (90°F), the mercury drops once the sun goes down.


 

Departing From Brisbane


Travelling from Brisbane Airport (BNE) to McCarran International Airport (LAS) has an average flight time of more than 18 hours. Some of the airlines offering cheap airfares to Las Vegas include Qantas, Virgin Australia, Delta and American Airlines. There are currently no direct flights between Brisbane and Las Vegas, with many routes stopping off in Las Vegas. The stopover in Los Angeles (LAX) will not require a customs check as long as you stay within the terminals


 

Getting to Brisbane Airport


Complement the money you saved by booking cheap return airfares to Las Vegas by hopping on the AirTrain in order to reach Brisbane airport. The 20-minute ride is perfect for solo travellers or small parties. One-way fare on the AirTrain is $15 AUD. You can hop on the train at the Park Road, South Bank, Brisbane Central, Fortitude Valley, or Eagle Junction stations. If you’re travelling with your family or you want a private transfer to BNE, Uber or black and white cabs can get you to the airport for about $33 AUD.


 

Parking at Brisbane Airport


If you plan on leaving your car at Brisbane Airport, it’s best to book your parking in advance. All parking lots feature 24/7 monitoring and are conveniently located near the international terminals.


 

Where to Park at Brisbane International Airport


Brisbane airport offers four convenient parking options including valet parking, short and long term parking close to the terminal, as well as Skypark covered and uncovered slots.
 
Valet: Save time searching for a car space by leaving your set of wheels in the valet area. With this car parking option, won’t have to stress about getting to the terminals. The short walk will have you ready to check in in less than two minutes. You will also enjoy the express entry and exit from the park. For your trip from BNE to LAS head to Level 1 at the International Terminal car park and a friendly attendant will take care of the rest. The first full-day rate for valet is $86 AUD with each subsequent day is $20 AUD.
Park Long: The closest self-park area to the terminals. Pre-booked spaces are found between Levels 2-5. The first day’s rate is $56 AUD and each additional day is $20 AUD.
AIRPARK: Park here any time of day and hop on the shuttle service to the terminal doors. A full day’s parking in the uncovered lot is $20 AUD. The covered lot features parking shades for each spot with a first-day’s parking rate of $37 AUD.


 

Arriving in Las Vegas


 

Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport (LAS) is the main commercial airport servicing Las Vegas. It is the eighth-busiest airport in North America; a testament to how popular Las Vegas is as a destination for all travellers.


 

How to Get from McCarran International Airport to Your Las Vegas Hotel or Accommodation


McCarran International Airport has an incredibly central location. It is a hop, skip and a jump from the Las Vegas Strip - less than 3 miles (8 kilometres), to be precise. This is good news for travellers who have booked a hotel or resort located along the Strip. Many Las Vegas hotels and resorts also offer free shuttle services to and from LAS. If you need to make your own way to your Las Vegas accommodation, jump on to one of two buses. Look for either the Strip and Downtown bus (SDX) or the Deuce line for direct airport transfer. When the airport and streets are crowded, consider grabbing a taxi, Uber, or Lyft services that are readily available outside the arrivals area.


 

Things to do in Las Vegas


No matter what time of day you find yourself in Las Vegas, there is always something to do. Venture out of your hotel room to catch a residency show by a platinum-selling musician, browse on-site boutiques, or lounge by a swimming pool. But it’s not just what’s inside some of the hotels that draws worldwide attention. The Bellagio, for example, has been featured in many Hollywood movies for its eight-acre lake with synchronised fountains. Snap a postcard-worthy photo in front of the grand lake. Many of the grand hotels and resorts are located on the Strip. This is where you can try your luck at a slot machine or show off your poker skills at any of the many casinos along the street. Not much of a gambler? Hit up the Mob Museum to discover what life was like for nefarious American mob bosses like Al Capone and Lucky Luciano. See the colourful side of Vegas on Fremont Street where you can meet celebrities (or at least, their lookalikes), experience street shows, and taste local fare as you stroll all seven blocks of this electric light district.


 

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