Flights from Atlanta (ATL) to Las Vegas (LAS)

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Cheap flights from Atlanta to Las Vegas

The Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) is the city’s primary international transit depot. The Atlanta airport is among the largest in the world, containing nearly 200 gates spread across seven concourses and two terminals. Named after two of its esteemed mayors, over 110 million passengers move through the gates of Hartsfield Jackson every year.

ATL is modeled into one long stretch of domestic concourses, with the international terminal resting at the end. The infrastructure is divided into Terminal North and Terminal South, with check-in desks, ticket counters, baggage claim and parking situated on both sides. All overseas flights are handled at concourses E and F, otherwise known as the Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal, which is accessed through an underground tunnel known as the Plane Train around to the east side of the airport. Locals and visitors to Georgia’s capital city can move between all concourses with their boarding passes, taking advantage of expedited services and a wealth of airport shopping and dining options.

Las Vegas is one of the top 10 destinations for passengers leaving the Atlanta airport. Budget airlines like Frontier and Spirit are among the more popular choice airlines to take on Atlanta to Las Vegas flights, along with well-known domestic carriers like Delta — one of its primary partners — and American Airlines.

Flying to the Las Vegas Airport from Atlanta opens up a world of possibilities, from one major city to another. Take advantage of live music on the Las Vegas Strip to keep the trip moving in amazing directions, and don’t forget to try your luck in the Vegas casinos once the mood music hits. Las Vegas has its own SeaQuest aquarium and collection of authentic piano bars to enjoy, along with Irish pubs and cocktail bars to keep the energy flowing any time of day. Use our Las Vegas Strip map to explore the areas and start planning the trip of a lifetime.

What are you waiting for? Check some dates, find your best deal, and tell us what a great time you had. Prices for flights from ATL to LAS start at $398.18.

Mar 24 to Mar 26
Mar 31 to Apr 02
Apr 07 to Apr 09

Frequently asked questions

How much is a flight from ATL to McCarran Airport?

Round-trip flights between (ATL) Atlanta and (LAS) Harry Reid International Airport (formerly McCarran Airport) start from $398.18 based on fares listed on in the last 30 days. Prices vary and subject to availability and terms and conditions provided by the carrier.

Do I need to pay a cancellation fee if I cancel my flight from Atlanta (ATL) to McCarran Intl. Airport (LAS)?

Most flights can be canceled online, but all airlines have their own terms and conditions. If you have to cancel your flight that was booked on, please go here.

How do I find cheap flights from ATL to LAS that allow me to change my ticket without penalty (flexible fares)?

All airlines offer tickets with flexible fares often called “full fare”. We recommend against booking these tickets unless you have a high chance of needing to change your flight. You can always change your ticket and pay an additional amount. Most of the time the change fees plus any penalties is still less than a full fare ticket.

How many hours is the flight from ATL Atlanta Harry Reid Airport (LAS)?

It takes around 3 hours 29 minutes to fly to Harry Reid Airport (formerly McCarran Airport) from ATL. Check to see if your flight has Wifi (usually costs money) or meal service as you may want to pick some snacks or a fully charged phone to stay online.

How far is the flight from ATL to Harry Reid Las Vegas Airport?

Approximately 1743miles (2805km) separates Atlanta and Las Vegas. You may want to pack a book to read - perhaps read up on how to beat the casinos or play the slots.

Which airlines fly direct from Atlanta (ATL) to McCarran Intl. Airport (LAS)?

American Airlines, Jet Blue, and Delta all fly direct from Atlanta to Las Vegas. You may also want to consider a private plane which are much cheaper then you might expect.

Can you get tickets from ATL to McCarran Airport cheaper when purchased at the last minute?

Generally its better to book far in advance. Airline tickets from ATL to Harry Reid Airport are available up to 12 months ahead and can get the seat you want. No one wants a middle seat. Rarely are there deals at the last minute but if you use our price alert feature, we can keep you posted on any bargains and last minute specials.

Can I fly from ATL to McCarran Airport right now?

To see what travel restrictions and quarantine requirements are in place for Harry Reid International airport, see this link.

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