Las Vegas has many names. Its full and proper name is The City of Las Vegas, but it is also known as Las Vegas, just Vegas, and also Sin City, to name just a few. The fact is that Vegas is so well known that it doesn’t need a specific name; everyone knows that it is a major tourist city located in the Mojave desert and is the entertainment capital of the world.
Las Vegas is the 29th most populous city in the United States and is home to some of the most well-known casinos on the planet, not to mention the most Triple A Five Diamond hotels in the world. It is known for its hospitality, shows and of course its gaming opportunities and many restaurants, bars and attractions.
It’s not that it’s hard to get to Las Vegas, on the contrary, many major airlines have multiple flights a day from all over North America to the Las Vegas airport, ferrying thousands upon thousands of people there each year. But if you take a step forward and rent a plane, you not only arrive on time, but you can also eliminate the headaches of commercial flights.
Imagine arriving in Las Vegas after a luxury trip complete with plenty of legroom, comfortable seats, in-flight entertainment, and knowing your bags are with you every step of the way. You didn’t go through long check-in lines at the airport, you didn’t have to arrive hours and hours before your flight, and you were able to relax, rewind, and rejuvenate along the way.
After a smooth flight, you can enjoy all that Sin City has to offer. The casinos, the famous shows, the Las Vegas Museum of Natural History, the Neon Museum, the 68 parks, the 4 golf courses, the skate parks and swimming pools, and of course The Strip. After all that, it’s just a short jaunt to the Grand Canyon in case you need even more travel incentive.
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas; the memories, the adventures, the misadventures the whole kit and caboodle. Why not go on an adventure and rent a plane for your next trip? Chartering is less expensive than you think, you can choose the perfect seating arrangement for the number of people in your party, and best of all, you arrive in style. What are you waiting for?