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Find Cheap Flights from Las Vegas (LAS) to Minneapolis (MSP)

Las Vegas to Minneapolis Route Information

Travel Distance:1,298 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Sun Country Airlines, Spirit Airlines
Weekly Flights:174
Avg. Flight Duration:05.54 Hours

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Airports in Las Vegas

The city of Las Vegas in Nevada (US) is served by two airports - McCarran International Airport and North Las Vegas Airport.

McCarran International Airport is the primary commercial airport serving the Las Vegas Valley. It is in Paradise, about 5 miles away from Downtown Las Vegas. Opened in 1948, this airport scheduled flights to many domestic and international destinations. Passengers can avail scheduled flights between Las Vegas and McCarran International Airport by taxis, Limousines, rental cars, ride share, public bus, inter-city shuttles, inter-terminal shuttle, McCarran Tram and additional shuttles.

Explore Minneapolis

Minneapolis is the county seat of Hennepin County, the larger of the Twin Cities, and the 16th-largest metropolitan area in the United States. Straddling on the Mississippi River, the city features a large number of lakes, wetlands, creeks and waterfall. Most of these water bodies are connected to Chain of Lakes, which is a scenic byway and is an alpha zone for boating enthusiasts. Minneapolis is somewhat akin to its compatriot, New Orleans because it also has an extensive music and performing arts scenes, though Minneapolis doesn’t exactly have a profound French accent to its ambiance. Minneapolis has served as a launching pad for several musicians of last century like Bob Dylan.

Things to do in Minneapolis

Grand Rounds National Scenic Byway

The Grand Rounds National Scenic Byway is a series of interlinked park areas that run in a nearly circular manner around Minneapolis. Most of it was built in 1930s. This park system is divided into seven districts and the most famous of them all is Downtown Riverfront.

Minnesota Fringe Festival

The Minnesota Fringe Festival is an 11-day long performing arts festival celebrated during the first fortnight in August every year in Minneapolis. It is the largest non-juried festival in the United States and the third-largest Fringe festival in North America.

Mill City Museum

Built in 2003, the Mill City Museum in Minneapolis showcases the ruins of the Washburn a Mill near a riverside park called Mill Ruins Park. This gloomy-looking museum focuses on the earliest days of the city, and features flour mills that date back to 1870s.

Best Time to Fly to Minneapolis

The best time to fly to Minneapolis is the summer season from June to August. The city celebrates its Uptown Art Fair and Minnesota State Fair during this time of the year.