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Fort Lauderdale to Las Vegas Route Information

Travel Distance:2,172 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Spirit Airlines, JetBlue Airways
Weekly Flights:147
Avg. Flight Duration:05.02 Hours

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Flights from Fort Lauderdale to Las Vegas

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Airports in Fort Lauderdale

The city of Fort Lauderdale in Florida, US is served by two airports- Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, and Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport. The Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is located 3 miles away from downtown Fort Lauderdale and 21 miles away from Miami. It serves scheduled flights to several domestic and international destinations. The airport is seamlessly connected to the city through a network of courtesy shuttles, rental cars, public transportation, shared rides, taxi cabs and app-based ride-sharing companies. Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport serves only seasonal charter flights. It is located five miles away from downtown Fort Lauderdale.

Explore Las Vegas

Las Vegas is an internationally renowned major resort city in the state of Nevada in the US. It is nicknamed the Gambling Capital of the World because it is home to the world’s largest strip of land-based casinos that operate round the clock and don flashy decorations on their facades. Visitors to the city are also wowed with the city’s larger-than-life facilities for shopping, entertainment, nightlife and dining. Central to all fanfare in the city is a 2.5 mile long boulevard called The Strip that features several top-class hotels, casinos and musically synchronized fountains.

Things to do in Las Vegas

The Strip

The Strip is central to all fanfare in the city because of its street-lined upscale casinos and hotels. It flaunts a heavy dose of neon-soaked lightning and decorations. It is also the go-to place for gambling enthusiasts and also has many performance venues for music, comedy and circus. Two star attractions here are the choreographed Fountains of Bellagio and the High Roller observation wheel.

Neon Museum

The Neon Museum is one of a kind museum in Las Vegas. It features 12 restored signs from old casinos and other businesses that have shut shops over last few decades in the city. One can also find 150 neon signs including those famous hotels and inns.

Adventuredome

Adventuredome (formerly known as Grand Slam Canyon) is an indoor amusement park inside a large glass dome in Las Vegas. Unaffected by prevalent weather conditions, this park offers a total of 25 rides and attractions. A star attraction here is the Canyon Blaster which is the world's largest indoor double-loop, double-corkscrew roller coaster.

Best Time to Fly to Las Vegas

The best times to fly to Las Vegas are the summer and winter seasons that together run from June to August and December to February respectively. With the city experiencing temperatures beyond 90 deg F on summers and somewhere around 50 deg F during winters, this is the most perfect time of the year to enjoy the World Series of Poker in summer season and Las Vegas Bowl in winter season.

Las Vegas Travelers' Reviews

Frequent visitor

Vegas has always been fun. Now that we are through a lot of what’s been going on for over the last two years, Vegas is Returning to its normal self. Lots of good deals on casinos and shows. - David  Nov 03, 2021

A most vacation...

My husband and I loved everything about Las Vegas... The Strips and Fairmount area was amazing. There were so many different attractions to see. You really don't need a rental car, but you must have comfortable shoes to walk up and down the strips. - Petrina  Sep 14, 2021