Find Cheap Flights from Santa Ana (SNA) to Las Vegas (LAS)

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Santa Ana to Las Vegas Route Information

Travel Distance:226 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines, JetBlue Airways
Weekly Flights:21
Avg. Flight Duration:1.10 Hours

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Flights from Santa Ana to Las Vegas

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Airports in Santa Ana

John Wayne Airport is the primary and only airport serving the city of Santa Ana and Orange County in California, United States. It offers scheduled domestic and international flights from its terminals, the latter flying to or from San Jose del Cabo, Vancouver and Puerto Vallarta. Passengers can avail seamless connectivity from the airport to all parts of the city through a superb network of buses, car rental services, Disneyland Resort Express, shuttle services, taxis and app-based service providers.

Explore Las Vegas

Las Vegas is the largest city in the U.S. state of Nevada. It is nicknamed the ‘Entertainment Capital of the World’ because of it is an internationally renowned major resort city and is home to a wide range of fine dining, gambling, shopping, entertainment and nightlife options. It is also home to the world’s highest number of AAA Five Diamond hotels. Las Vegas also doubles up as one in the top three destinations in the United States for business conventions and provides a standard backdrop for movies, TV shows, and music videos just like Hollywood.

Things to do in Las Vegas

The Strip

The Strip is a 2.5 mile long street in Las Vegas. This neon-soaked street scores a perfect ten for being a tourist magnet because it is dotted with luxury hotels and restaurants, round-the-clock open casinos, vibrantly colored shops, and several street performers who entertain the masses with their music and circus-style acts. Also of note here are the musically synchronized Fountains of Bellagio that offers a stunning show of light and music and comes to life every evening.

Fremont Street

The Fremont Street is located less than 9 miles away from the Strip in Las Vegas. It is a popular pedestrian-only area that is exclusively known for its four-block long section that is covered with a canopy of LED lights. Known as the Fremont Street Experience, these lights all go up in different colors to yield a stunning show of music and visual show as one starts walking below them.

Paris Hotel

The Paris Hotel is located on the Strip in Las Vegas. It is one of the most famous posh resorts in the city that is hallmarked by two miniature models, one each of the Eiffel Tower and the other of Paris Opera House. Visitors are also left thrilled with a 360-degree view of the Strip and Bellagio Fountains from a restaurant located in the top floor of this miniature Eiffel Tower.

Best Time to fly to Las Vegas

The best times to fly to Las Vegas are the summer and winter seasons that run from June to August and December to February respectively. Mercury sails beyond 90 deg F in summers and stays around 50 deg F during winters. Both these seasons are perfect to enjoy events like the World Series of Poker and Las Vegas Bowl respectively. Budget travelers can visit the city in the spring season from March to May to enjoy cheaper hotel and flight rates along with NASCAR Weekend in March.

Las Vegas Travelers' Reviews

Trip to Vegas

First half of the trip was for business, the second half for vacation. It was a great time. Vegas is still Vegas, but this time we centered the trip around the dining aspects. It was wonderful! CheapOair got me there and back at an affordable price. - David  Jan 24, 2022

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