A popular landscape found at the Grand Canyon West is bathed in light from the setting sun.

Grand Canyon West Rim to Las Vegas

After you finish your memorable visit to Grand Canyon West, continue your Southwestern vacation with a trip to Las Vegas. Book a flight from the Grand Canyon West Rim to Las Vegas for the vacation of a lifetime. 

Grand Canyon flights run multiple times a day, seven days a week to and from Las Vegas. You don't even have to worry about getting a car from the airport! GCSA offers shuttle transportation from our Boulder City terminal to most major Las Vegas hotels.

Nonstop flights are the quickest, most comfortable, and most convenient ways to travel. Flying with GCSA also gives you the freedom to explore Las Vegas and the West Rim on your own terms. Pick the activities, excursions, and sightseeing experiences that are right for you. While in Las Vegas, be sure to check out some of the many shows, concerts, golf courses, or casinos that have made the city famous.

An aerial view of the Grand Canyon seen through the inside of an airplane tour.

West Rim to Las Vegas Flight Information

Departure: Grand Canyon West, Arizona (1G4)

Destination: Las Vegas (Boulder City), Nevada (BVU)

Duration: Approximately 30-40 minutes

Gateway To:

  • Boulder City, Nevada
  • Hoover Dam
  • Las Vegas

Shuttle Service: Passengers are dropped off to most major hotels in Downtown Las Vegas and on the Strip.

Luggage Information:

Each passenger can check luggage up to 25 lbs per bag with a limit of 50 lbs total. 

  • A flat charge of $25 will be added if luggage exceeds these limits.
  • Baggage CANNOT exceed 150 lbs.
  • We cannot transport baggage/luggage as cargo without passengers traveling.

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Flights to Las Vegas from the Grand Canyon West Rim FAQs

How far is the West Rim from Las Vegas?

Many people are surprised when they discover the Grand Canyon West Rim is just a couple of hours from Las Vegas. At approximately 130 miles, this rim is the closest side of the Grand Canyon to Las Vegas.

On average, the drive takes approximately two hours and an airplane flight takes just over half an hour.

What is there to do in Las Vegas?

Las Vegas has earned its title as the Entertainment Capital of the World. Here are just a few of the memorable things to do on your Las Vegas vacation.

  • Try your hand at gambling. The largest jackpot ever won in Las Vegas was $40,000,000.
  • Play a round of golf at one of the city's 37 golf courses
  • Explore the recognizable neon lights. Combined, the Strip and Downtown hold over 15,000 miles of lighted neon tubing.
  • Catch a flight to the Grand Canyon. GCSA offers world-class tours and nonstop flights to both rims of the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas.
  • Hop on a bus tour from Las Vegas to the world-famous engineering marvel of the Hoover Dam.
When is the best time to visit the Grand Canyon West Rim & Las Vegas?

The best times of year to visit the Grand Canyon West and Las Vegas are late fall or early spring. During these seasons, the temperatures during the day are typically sunny and warm, but not too hot. The Grand Canyon West Rim is also slightly less crowded than during peak season in the summer.

What other locations offer flights to Las Vegas?

Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines offers nonstop flights to the Las Vegas area from three different locations.

Discover all of Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines' Las Vegas flights.

What cities offer flights to the Grand Canyon?

We offer daily nonstop flights to the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas and Page, Arizona. Flights are available to both of the Grand Canyon National Park and Grand Canyon West.

Learn more about flights to the Grand Canyon.

What is there to do at the west rim of the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon West offers several exciting outdoor activities.

  • Soar through the desert skies on an airplane tour showcasing the highlights of Grand Canyon West
  • Walk 4,000 above the ground on the glass-bottomed Skywalk bridge
  • Enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of the canyon at Guano Point
  • Experience a cowboy gunfight at Hualapai Ranch
  • Descend thousands of feet to the canyon floor before embarking on a motorized float trip of the Colorado River