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Las Vegas to Seattle Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $122.56
Travel Distance:866 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Spirit Airlines, Alaska Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Sunday
Weekly Flights:958
Avg. Flight Duration:02.40 Hours

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Flights from Las Vegas to Seattle

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Airports in Las Vegas

The city of Las Vegas is served by 2 airports - McCarran International Airport, and North Las Vegas Airport. The McCarran International Airport is the primary airport serving Las Vegas. It is situated in the Paradise town, nearly 3 miles away from the Las Vegas city center. The airport provides both passenger & cargo services for both domestic and international destinations such as Portland, Charlotte, Austin, Oakland, London, Seattle, Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, and more. Both the airports are connected to the city via public buses, inter-city shuttles, McCarran tram, taxis, rental cars, ride share, and Limousines.

Explore Seattle

Seattle is a seaport city located on the west coast of the United States. Once famous for its shipbuilding industry, the city is powered by the rise of its home grown market leaders like Boeing, Microsoft and Amazon. Seattle is also credited as the home of grunge music and has played a crucial part in the early careers of some famous rock and Jazz musicians like Jimmy Hendricks and Bill Frisell. The city’s skyline is dominated by the Seattle Great Wheel, which is one of the largest Ferris wheels in the US and clocks a height of 605 feet.

Things to do in Seattle

Space Needle

Built in and for the Seattle Center for the 1962 World's Fair, the Space Needle in Seattle is a landmark of the Pacific Northwest was once the tallest structure west of the Mississippi River. It is 605 feet high and 138 feet wide and can withstand earthquakes of up to 9.1 magnitude. The Space Needle offers a stunning 360 degree view of the city below and its rotating SkyCity restaurant (located at 500 feet) is perhaps one of the best places to have some quick snacks.

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market is a centennial waterfront market in Seattle. It had opened in August 1907 and ranks as one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers' markets in the United States. Half the charm of the Pike Place Market is because of its strange topographical location because it is located on the edge of a steep hill and this hill has different levels, each hosting different types of shops. One such level may host antique dealers while the other may host a bookstore or a few restaurants and so on.

Museum of Pop Culture

The Museum of Pop Culture (formerly known as the Experience Music Project Museum) is dedicated to contemporary popular culture and was founded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen in 2000. The museum is a box bracket of many classic exhibits, some of which have resulted into touring national and international exhibits. The Museum of Pop Culture is home to the world’s largest collection of artifacts, hand-written lyrics, and original photographs related to famous musicians Jimi Hendrix and the rock band called Nirvana. This museum also co-organizes presents the Science Fiction and Fantasy Short Film Festival in winter every year.

Best Time to fly to Seattle

It is best to visit Seattle during the summer season from June to August. The city is comfortably placed at around 75 deg F and it is way less rainy than at other times of the year. Visitors can enjoy the Seattle International Film Festival and Seattle International BeerFest during this time of the year. If you have budget considerations, one can visit the city during the winter season. It would be chilly, snowy and rainy with temperatures in the 40s, but you can brave this through to enjoy Earshot Jazz Festival and Seattle Boat Show.