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Distance from las vegas to los angeles

Distance from las vegas to los angeles

Distance from las vegas to los angeles

Did you know there’s no “distance” measurement for the span between cities? The two cities are about 1,360 kilometers — about 1,000 miles — from each other. So, Las Vegas is farther away from Los Angeles than NYC is from Washington, DC.Largest city between las vegas and los angeles The largest city between Las Vegas and Los Angeles is Fresno, about 2,518

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For most tourists, flying from LA to Las Vegas is better than driving. While driving your car may cost less, you will have to put up with some of the worst traffic in the USA. Also, there’s not a ton of world-class attractions along I-15. Flying from LA to Vegas is not only a more pleasurable experience, but it will also save you precious vacation time.

Unless you can’t resist wacky roadside attractions, it’s better to fly between LA and Vegas. Not only will you save vacation time on a flight, but you also won’t have to deal with the aggravation of Los Angeles traffic. Plus, since one-way flights are relatively cheap, it’s often a better buy than a rental car. However, if you’re staying off-Strip or you want to explore around Vegas, it might be a good idea to take a ride on I-15. (Source: tripmemos.com)

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Cons: "So, this plane was a Virgin America aircraft taken over by Alaska since the merger. My fiance and I were on a red eye non-stop to Philly from LAX. That said, the plane was in terrible condition. The seat back in front of my seat was broken and hanging down on my knees, there was no opportunity for entertainment unless you brought your own plug in headphones (none on the plane to use or purchase), we purchased upgraded seats and when we checked in the night before were told they were not available and we would be in economy (still waiting for that $200 refund 7 days later), the arm rest between our seats was broken and would not stay up, the headrest of my seat was broken and there was exposed metal, and when we purchased champagne to celebrate our vacation it was warm. One other item I noticed was the woman across the aisle's seat would not sit upright. She was asked to move to another seat for both take off and landing. Not sure if this was a Virgin America crew of Alaska, but terribly disappointed iin the crews lack of care and would not fly them again across country if this is what is to be expected."

Cons: "We arrived at the airport 5 minutes (NO more than that) after the one hour check in time to fly international going to Mexico. We were told we had to wait in line to speak with someone to print a boarding pass. There was an extremely long line with only two employees helping. We then asked if we could get our money back being that if someone has specially helped us with our case only being 5 minutes late to check in, but they declined. We had to book an entirely different flight and still have not gotten our money back. It was very stressful and unprofessional and had someone actually helped us, we would’ve arrived at our destination at the proper time we worked so hard for. I know my boyfriend and I weren’t the only people with his problem because two other families ran into the exact same avoidable problem. It felt very unprofessional. It ruined a familys vacation and caused the poor children to cry because of the lack of accommodation. We would love our money back but not sure you guys will even do so. Very disappointing." (Source: www.kayak.com)

 

 

 

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