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Flight from Oakland to Las Vegas
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Looking for a cheap flight? 25% of our users found flights on this route for $58 or less one-way and $125 or less round-trip.
The cheapest flight from Oakland to Las Vegas was found 13 days before departure, on average.
Book at least 1 week before departure in order to get a below-average price.
High season is considered to be April, May and June. The cheapest month to fly is January.
Morning departure is around 22% more expensive than an evening flight, on average*.
Commuters flying aboard Delta Airlines from Oakland International Airport (OAK) to Las Vegas will be happy to know that the airline has a hub at the Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (LAS). Passengers on this carrier use Terminal 1 at the airport and are pre-checked through the fast-lane program.
In case you've lost anything within the airport, at the terminal, curbside, or in the parking lots at the Oakland International Airport (OAK), check with the Lost and Found office in Terminal 1 on the second floor in the Badges and Permit office. A second Lost and Found office in Terminal 1 near baggage carousel 3 is for items misplaced at the security checkpoint.
Various charming hotels near Oakland International Airport (OAK) are famous for their exemplary airport transfer services and offer excellent accommodation. Travelers leaving early in the morning should book comfortable rooms at the elegant The Marina Inn on San Francisco Bay or Hampton Inn & Suites Oakland Airport-Alameda. Accessing the airport can’t get any better than this!
Some airlines will allow you to board with pets when flying from Oakland to Las Vegas, if you make early reservations. In most cases, the restrictions regarding the type and size of your four-legged friend vary depending on the airline. Frontier Airlines allows you to bring pets such as dogs, cats and rabbits in the cabin.
Nursing moms traveling through OAK have a quiet place to breast-pump or breastfeed when they travel. There are Mamava Lactation Suites strategically located in post-security in Terminals 1 and 2. As you enjoy your comfort and privacy, remember to clean up the area when leaving.
The BART rail service connects several areas in the Bay Area with Oakland International Airport (OAK), and the Coliseum/Oakland Airport BART station is connected to OAK via the bus line 173. Otherwise, board the Amtrak service at Oakland – Jack London Square station, as it also stops at the Coliseum/Oakland Airport station.
OAK only has two terminals, and they are connected via a walkway system. Gate 4 in Terminal 1 provides access to other gates in Terminal 2, and from Gate 20 in Terminal 2 you can cross over to Terminal 1.
Oakland Airport’s Escape Lounge, located in Terminal 1, is one of its main attractions for travelers. As part of the Amex Global Lounge Collection, American Express’s Platinum Card holders can enter along with two guests, and Centurion cardholders can bring their spouse and children along. Otherwise, the entrance fee is around $45 (or a bit less when booked online in advance).
McCarran International Airport (LAS) has two terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 3, but the two buildings aren’t physically connected. However, there is a free shuttle bus running between the two terminals every 12-15 minutes. It stops in the ground transportation area outside each terminal.
In case you need accommodation near LAS, there are numerous hotels a little over a mile away from the airport, including Travelodge and DoubleTree by Hilton. Several hotels provide free shuttle to the airport, such as Silver Sevens Hotel & Casino and Hampton Inn & Suites Las Vegas Airport, but make sure to contact your hotel in advance as many only have shuttle service on demand.
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There's a wide range of fantastic gems for those arriving at LAS to explore. If you're arriving through Terminal 1, stop by the Howard W. Cannon Aviation Museum and marvel at the exhibits on air travel in the Las Vegas region and other parts of Nevada. Also, there are plenty of galleries and multimedia presentations to enjoy.
The distance between Las Vegas McCarran International Airport and the Mob Museum is about 11.2 miles. The easiest and cheapest means to get there is via Line 108 Bus via SB Casino Center after Bonneville. The journey takes about 57min.
Travelers searching for car rentals after arriving at LAS have a wide range of options to choose from. For instance, the McCarran Rent-A-Car Center sits approximately 3 miles from LAS, off Interstates 15 and 215, and offers several options to meet your needs. Make early reservations to avoid last-minute hassles.
LAS caters to the needs of all passengers with disabilities. Affected persons are advised to make advance arrangements with the operator to enjoy these services. There are wheelchair-accessible alleys at critical points such as restrooms, luggage claim area and counters.
Several airlines operate daily flights from Oakland to Las Vegas, including Spirit, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, and jetBlue, but Spirit, JetSuiteX Air, and SouthWest offer a higher number of non-stop flights between the two cities.
While Spirit flights tend to be a lot cheaper, they often don’t include luggage in the final price, which can be an issue for certain travelers. American Airlines’ flights often include luggage in their prices, but they usually include a layover in Phoenix.
Pets need to be properly kenneled or kept inside airline-approved containers, but pet owners arriving at LAS can head to the different Pet Relief Areas located at: C Gates, D Gates, and E Gates in Terminal 1, as well as near the Baggage and Ticketing areas in T1.
Public buses Route 108–Paradise, and Route 109–Maryland Parkway serve Terminal 1, as well as the Westcliff Airport Express (WAX) route. Buses stop outside the terminal building on the right side. The WAX and Centennial Express (CX) routes also carry passengers from Terminal 3 to the city center. They stop curbside on level 2 at Departures. Otherwise, both taxis (or other app-based services like Lyft) and rental cars make for comfortable options.
The duration of a nonstop flight to Las Vegas from Oakland is typically 1h 27m. The journey crosses a distance of 406 miles.
There are 139 (nonstop) flights between Oakland and Las Vegas per week, averaging 19 per day.
Your flight ticket price will generally be cheaper if you fly to Las Vegas on a Wednesday and more expensive on a Thursday. On your return trip to Oakland, you should consider flying back on a Tuesday, and avoid Fridays for better deals.
Oakland and Las Vegas are both served by 1 main airport. You will leave Oakland from OAK and will be arriving at LAS.
The earliest flight leaves Oakland at 5:00 am and lands in Harry Reid Intl at 6:30 am.
The last flight leaves Oakland at 10:40 pm and lands in Harry Reid Intl at 12:10 am.
JetBlue, Spirit Airlines, and Southwest operate direct flights from Oakland to Harry Reid Intl.
Alaska Airlines, JetBlue, American Airlines, and Delta offer inflight Wi-Fi service on the Oakland to Harry Reid Intl flight route.
The Airbus A320neo is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Oakland to Harry Reid Intl flight route.
There are nonstop flights from Oakland to Harry Reid Intl on a daily basis.
Southwest, Spirit Airlines and JetBlue have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from Oakland to Harry Reid Intl. Confirm policies on booking site.
KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from Oakland to Harry Reid Intl.
KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Harry Reid Intl from Oakland is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.
Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional round-trip ticket. You could then fly to Harry Reid Intl with an airline and back to Oakland with another airline. Booking your flights between Oakland and LAS can sometimes prove cheaper using this method.
Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Harry Reid Intl from Oakland up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.
Top airline flying from Oakland to Las Vegas
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Spirit AirlinesOverall score based on 62033 reviews
Pros: "It was quick and easy"
Cons: "The seats are not comfortable for long trips they sit too straight up"
Cons: "The seats are not comfortable for long trips they sit too straight up"
Pros: "Flight crew were friendly."
Cons: "I don’t like getting charged extra for my seat, water and to bring carry on luggage."
Cons: "I was at the airport 50 mins before take off and the agent refused to give me a boarding pass"
Cons: "I did not receive a confirmation e-mail from the airline 24 hours ago. When I arrived at the airport counter I did not have a seat"
Pros: "Stewardess was the best ever. Very entertaining and funny. Loves her job obviously. Clean Plane Ontime Great Overall"
Cons: "Hand carry luggages were paid for $65 even if were personal items only. They have a ridiculously small luggage tester that will only accommodate a hand bag. They are making us pay for unnecessary fee just to cover up the " low price fare" that they're promising. Bad customer trickery!!!!!"
Pros: "Base fare was good"
Cons: "By the time you add in carry on baggage, seat selection and fees for water and food, they are really not much less than Southwest"
Cons: "I paid $57 for my carry-on bag. Their extra fees are a complete disgrace."
Cons: "THE WORST customer service I've ever experienced. I called Spirit's corporate customer service, and they told me to go to the airport where I would be placed on a new airline and be reimbursed for the fare difference. When I first got to the ticket counter, the woman "helping" me would not even look me in the eye as she told me my only options were to wait 24 hours for the next flight, or take an $80 refund. They absolutely refused to do *ANYTHING* else to assist. Not even a hotel reiumbursement or car rental. (Keep in mind they also wanted ME to lose the hotel and car I had already pre-paid for in my destination city.) Long story short - I talked to 6 people over the course of two hours trying to sort out THEIR problem (they never explained *why* the flight was cancelled) and got conflicting information from everyone I spoke to. Nobody ever tried to anything except get me out of there and pay as little as possible. Spirit Air is definitely the worst airline I've ever dealt with, and definitely one of the top 10 worst companies anywhere I've ever dealt with. Never again!"
Pros: "Liked economic price, efficient!"
Cons: "No boarding pass via email received, no complimentary flight drinking"
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