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Reviewed on Jun 15, 2021
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Reviewed on Jun 15, 2021
Great trip to Vegas
Just an overall great flight
Open seats were available and I asked to move because I was squished between two other people and the flight staff helped accommodate me and allowed me to move to a see all by myself. Thank you so much!
Flight attendants need customer service training! Smiles are free and priceless at the same time!
|Number of Daily Flights||6|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jun 27|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jun 28|
|Popular Airlines||Spirit Airlines|
You've successfully navigated the Tampa International Airport (TPA) and have just touched down at McCarran International Airport (LAS) in Las Vegas. Most often associated with its casinos, no stay in Vegas would be complete without exploring some of the outdoor wonders which surround the city, such as the engineering marvel of the Hoover Dam or the natural grandeur of the Grand Canyon. While Sin City is typically a vacation destination, it’s also home to many large conference centers which draw in business travelers year-round.
Renting a car is one of the best ways to explore all that Vegas has to offer, both on and off the Strip. Each terminal at the airport provides a shuttle to escort travelers to the airport’s car rental center. Centrally located mere minutes from the strip, the car rental center also provides easy access to the Las Vegas Beltway, which leads to the scenic vistas and abundant hiking opportunities found at Red Rock Canyon. Visitors may also hop on Interstate 15 and begin the trip to Los Angeles, a four-hour car ride away.
Traveling from Tampa to Las Vegas takes approximately four hours on a direct flight. Visitors to Vegas can expect to find plenty of excitement along the four-mile Las Vegas Strip. It began its transformation from an empty desert to world-premiere resort destination in the 1940s.
Offering much more than just gambling, visitors can choose between celebrity chef restaurants such as Emeril Lagasse, the most sought after brands in high-end retail shopping, or the sensory delights offered by one of the many entertainment venues.