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Cincinnati to Las Vegas Route Information

Cheapest Fare:
Travel Distance:1,675 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Frontier Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Wednesday
Weekly Flights:47
Avg. Flight Duration:4.3 Hours

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Flights from Cincinnati to Las Vegas

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Airports in Cincinnati

Cincinnati is served by two airports- Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (IATA: CVG) and Cincinnati Municipal Airport-Lunken Field or Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport (IATA: LUK). Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is the primary airport serving the Greater Cincinnati metropolitan area. It was the highest rated airport in the United States and second highest rated in North America by Skytrax in 2017. This airport offers non-stop passenger flights service to 58 destinations to most of the major destinations in the US and worldwide. Passengers can avail seamless connectivity between the airport and the city through a network of van and car services, taxicab services, public transit, ride sharing services and rental cars.

Cincinnati Municipal Airport-Lunken Field is located 3 miles away from Downtown Cincinnati and serves a few domestic destinations besides private aircraft and the fleets of local corporations.

Explore Las Vegas

Las Vegas is an internationally renowned resort city and a premier hotspot of gambling, shopping, fine dining and entertainment. It is the most populated city in the state of Nevada, US. It is nicknamed ‘the Entertainment Capital of the World’ because it is home to a large number of mega casinos and top-end hotels. It also flaunts the world’s highest number of AAA Five Diamond hotels and ranks among the top 3 American destinations to host business conventions. Some prominent highlights here are The Strip, Bellagio and MGM Grand Las Vegas.

Things to do in Las Vegas

The Strip

The Strip is the fingerprint of Las Vegas. It is a nearly 4 mile long road lined with several top end casinos, hotels and restaurants featuring elaborate lighting schemes. The visitors are charmed with a wide range of free and paid entertainment features, the former including the picture-perfect and musically synchronized Bellagio’s Dancing Fountains and several street performances. The latter includes many amusement parks and fun rides. Many famous artists like Elvis Presley and Brittney Spears have given full house performances here over last few decades.

Bellagio

Bellagio is a top end resort, luxury hotel and casino featuring outdoor pools and live shows. Located on the Strip in Las Vegas, this hotel’s design and architecture flaunts a pronounced Italian accent. It is best known for its free attraction, the Fountains of Bellagio. Visitors can watch musically-synchronized fountains that spew water every 30 minutes starting from 5 pm every day. the hotel also has a theme-based conservatory and botanical garden.

MGM Grand Las Vegas

The MGM Grand Las Vegas (formerly known as the Marina and MGM-Marina) is the largest single hotel in the US and third-largest hotel complex in the world. It is located in the town of Paradise near Las Vegas. It has debuted in 1993 as the largest hotel complex in the world. The hotel is home to one of the largest gaming floors in Las Vegas and has more than gaming 2500 machines and 139 poker and table games.

Best Time to Fly to Las Vegas

It is best to fly to Las Vegas in the summer and winter seasons that run from the months from June to August and from December to February respectively. The city celebrates two major events- the World Series of Poker and Las Vegas Bowl during these two seasons respectively. Budget travelers can visit the city in the spring season from March to May to enjoy the NASCAR Weekend and Academy of Country Music Awards.

Las Vegas Travelers' Reviews

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The flight was quick and easy - MELISSA  Mar 14, 2020

Vacation

Great - Richard  Feb 16, 2020

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