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Why fly to Vegas?

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Because it’s quick, nearly effortless, and you can book a flight quicker than it takes to fill a tank of gas. Here is a list of the top 10 reasons to travel to Vegas.

Is one of the reasons you’re traveling to Las Vegas because it’s the city that never sleeps? Well, then, you’ve come to the right place. Las Vegas Cheap Flights offers information on the cheapest way to fly to Vegas so you can get there in the blink of an eye and without breaking the bank.

This comprehensive Web site also provides a comparison chart for major airlines such as Southwest Airlines, Air Tran, Sprit Airlines, Delta, U.S. Airways, Continental Airlines and American Airlines. The charts include information on ticket pricing, luggage and carryon bags, food, pets and traveling for minors.

Taking a flight to Las Vegas will most likely land you at McCarran International Airport. This public airport is located in Paradise, Nevada, not far from The Strip, and is sits on more than 2,800 acres.

Once your luggage is claimed, if you’ve even checked any, you’ll need to know how to get around via airport ground transportation. Rent a car, take a taxicab, get a limousine or hop on the bus. Perhaps you’re returning home to Las Vegas and your car is waiting in the parking garage? Whichever way you like it, McCarran has you covered.

Before packing your bags, though, make sure you’ve read our trip essentials for Las Vegas. because as it turns out, there are just some things you can't leave at home when traveling to Vegas. We also offer good advice on how to avoid losing your luggage. — especially if you’re already late for the cocktail hour.

If you have time on your hands when flying out of Las Vegas, there are a variety of things to do at McCarran Airport. Got a hankering to gamble or do some shopping? Both are readily available and at easy access in both terminals. This airport also offers FREE Wi-fi.

And in case you aren’t already aware, there's a huge difference in the atmosphere on a flight to versus the flight home. Still not convinced you should fly to Vegas?

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