Las Vegas Airport LAS Shared Shuttles and Private Transfers

Ensure your trip gets off to the best start by booking an airport shuttle or private transfer to and from Las Vegas Airport (LAS). Choose from 21 different transfer companies and book your transfer today

Prices from:



4.5 Great
USD $15.00
Bell Limousine

Bell Limousine

USD $18.00
Chiefton (Old account)

Chiefton (Old account)

USD $67.00
Elife Limo USA

Elife Limo USA

USD $67.00
Bell Limousine

Bell Limousine

USD $69.00

Las Vegas Airport (LAS) transfers

Heading to Las Vegas, baby? Pre-book your Las Vegas airport transfers so you can dive straight into all the sparkle of the city. Las Vegas International Airport isn’t too far from The Strip, so your Las Vegas airport shuttle will be a quick and comfy ride to your hotel and the start of your Vegas vacation.

Book your Las Vegas airport shuttle from Las Vegas International Airport straight to your hotel, drop your bags and spin into all the supersized fun of the famous Las Vegas Strip, full of colorful casinos, extravagant stage shows and bountiful buffets. 

There’s a range of airport transportation available – you might be traveling to Las Vegas for a weekend with your friends, or you might be heading there for a conference or convention. With Jayride, you can book a ride from the airport that suits your specific travel needs. 

If you’re traveling to Las Vegas for business, consider private transportation to (and from) LAS. Jayride hosts 21 professional airport shuttle transport services operating private cars, limousines and shuttles for a ride from the airport to hotels and private addresses and back again.

Choose your preferred airport car service, and travel with complete confidence. Once you’ve cleared baggage claim, Jayride partner drivers will be there for an easy airport transport experience. Jayride is the largest comparison website for airport transfers in the world.

When arriving at Las Vegas International Airport after your stay, or arranging a pick-up to your hotel, you need to know which airport terminal you are traveling from and to. Las Vegas International Airport LAS has 2 terminals:

Terminal 1
Terminal 3

With its worldwide reputation as a desert city of casinos, color and escapist fun, Las Vegas is an incredibly popular tourist destination all year round. It’s the 8th busiest airport in the country, so book with Jayride before you travel so you can beat the crowds and arrive ready for action.

Our Services

Reliable airport transport services to and from Las Vegas Airport … easy. Whatever your budget, wherever you’re headed, Jayride partner drivers will get you there. Travel your way with a choice of affordable ground transportation options in LAS.

Airport shuttles

The best option for travel on a budget, share a ride in a car or van with others heading in your direction.

Private transfers

Choose a car, van or limo and have your own private driver get you to your destination.


Use a familiar rideshare service without downloading local apps, and avoid surge pricing by booking ahead.

Casino transfer

Book before you arrive in Las Vegas and ensure you get to the iconic Las Vegas Strip – Nevada's most vibrant attraction – in time for your gambling or entertainment adventure.

Top 7 things to do near Las Vegas Airport

Book your Las Vegas Airport transfer and have some fun at these attractions that are super close to Las Vegas Airport.

1 Howard W. Cannon Aviation Museum

Learn about Nevada’s aviation history at this museum located in Las Vegas Airport. 

2 Pinball Hall of Fame

Check out the world's biggest pinball collection for something fun to do out back of Las Vegas Airport. 

3 Bali Hai Golf Club

Play a round at this tropical golf oasis right next to the airport runways (don’t walk!). 

4 Town Square 

For places to visit near the airport, try this open-air shopping, dining and entertainment complex.

5 Sunset Park

Have a quick picnic or stretch your llegs at this stunning park near Las Vegas Airport. 

6 Shark Reef Aquarium

Get up close to sharks, giant rays, sea turtles and stingrays at this amazing aquarium.

7 Downtown Container Park

Grab a LAS airport car service to this unique shopping center housed in shipping containers.

Top 10 things to do in Las Vegas

Sure, the casinos are calling, but if you’re looking for other fun things to do in Las Vegas, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Here are some of the best things to do in and around Vegas.

1 Mob Museum: Learn about the history of organized crime at this unusual immersive museum. 

2 Fremont St Experience: When in downtown Las Vegas, don’t miss the world’s largest digital lightshow.

3 Neon Museum: This showcase of iconic Las Vegas signs is a classic Las Vegas tourist attraction.

4 Red Rock Canyon: A scenic drive through this magnificent landscape is a popular way to see Nevada beyond the glitz.

5 Hoover Dam: The astonishing views from Hoover Dam can’t be beaten, and it’s just a 40-minute drive from Vegas. 

6 Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens: Be amazed by the expansive, seasonal displays at these spectacular gardens. 

7 Mandalay Bay Beach: Cool off at this 11-acre aquatic playground for something fun for all ages. 

8 Springs Preserve: Put a visit to these wetland museums on your list of Las Vegas things to do.

9 Bellagio Fountains: Watching this fountain display choreographed to music is an unmissable Vegas experience.

10 High Roller Ferris Wheel: Take a ride on the wheel after dark to take in the sparkle of Las Vegas below.

Frequently Asked Questions

How far is Las Vegas Airport from the heart of Las Vegas? 

It only takes around 10 minutes to drive the five miles from the international airport to the heart of The Strip, the main road where all the glitzy casinos are.

What’s the weather like in Las Vegas?

Las Vegas is in the desert so it gets desert temperatures - incredibly hot, dry summers and chilly winters. Bear in mind that temperatures drop significantly at night, no matter what time of year. Of course, all the casinos are well air-conditioned (sometimes too well!), so you might want to carry a light jacket or sweater with you.

Is it easy to get around Las Vegas?

It’s very easy, and completely walkable, but distances can be deceptive and it can be quite a walk from one casino to the next. One way to make things easier is to hop on the monorail which will get you from A to B easily and in comfort. The Strip itself stretches over four miles, so the monorail is a great way to get around without frying in the heat.

What can I do in Las Vegas if I don’t want to gamble? 

There are all kinds of cultural adventures to be had in Vegas, from the Natural History Museum to various art galleries to the Punk Rock Museum. There’s also stunning landscapes to explore and some amazing restaurants to discover on a walking food tour. 

How many airports are there in Las Vegas? 

Las Vegas has four airports: Harry Reid International Airport (formerly McCarran International Airport), Henderson Executive Airport, North Las Vegas Airport and 

Jean Airport. Harry Reid International Airport is the main airport, with crowds to match, so many domestic travelers choose to fly into North Las Vegas Airport instead.


Joanne S. Travelled on 12 April 2024

“Giovel was a great driver, car very clean. Very pleasant. ”

Archie C. Travelled on 12 April 2024


Joseph W. Travelled on 12 April 2024

“Excellent service, excellent driver, very thoughtful ”

Ann G. Travelled on 12 April 2024

“Excellent! First time using this service. Hoping second time will be just as good.”

Omagbitse B. Travelled on 12 April 2024

“Excellent. Driver was on time, vehicle was comfortable, and we arrived airport on time. ”


What’s included in the price?
All prices listed on
All prices listed on are inclusive of taxes, tolls, airport parking, admin fees, fuel, environmental surcharges and any other standard fees typically included for a standard point-to-point transfer. You don’t pay any extra for these. Read all Any additional requirements such as child seats or extra luggage may incur an additional cost. Your transfer company will confirm this with you when you make your booking. Gratuities are not included in the price, so it is at your discretion as to whether you wish to tip your driver. If you are in the US, it is customary to tip your driver 10-15%. In other countries such as the UK or Australia, tipping is not mandatory, though a tip of 10-15% for great service is always welcome.
Where do I meet my driver?
Once you make your booking...
Once you make your booking, you’ll receive meeting instructions from your transfer company. If you’re still unsure about where to meet your driver, simply contact them directly. Their contact details will be provided in your booking confirmation email.
How do I select a pick up time?
Once you have completed your...
Once you have completed your booking your Transfer Company will confirm the best pick-up time for you based on your flight details. You may contact them directly to request a time based on your specific requirements.

Why book on Jayride?

100% Refund Guarantee

Cancel up to 48 hours before travel

Fixed Pricing

No surge, no meter, no surprises

Extra Luggage Options

For when one bag is not enough

Safe and secure payment

Jayride for Travel Agents

Earn extra commission with easy online bookings

Get in Touch

Jayride for Transport Companies

Grow your business and access your customers globally

Sign up with Us