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Private Jet From SLC to Vegas Flight
Ready to trade in the mountains of Salt Lake City for the bright lights of Sin City? A Stratos agent can help you choose an aircraft and have you wheels up and on your way with as little as four hours’ notice. Whether you’re heading to Vegas for a meeting, a show, or an evening at the craps table, a Salt Lake City and Las Vegas jet charter is the most comfortable and convenient way to travel.
How much does a private jet flight from SLC from Vegas cost?
The cost of a charter from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas can differ greatly based on a number of factors. If you’d prefer to ride in a large jet, you should expect to pay quite a bit more than if you decided on a turboprop or light jet.
On average, the cost of chartering a turboprop, like a Beechcraft King Air 250, is roughly $6,500. For a mid-size jet, like the Citation III, the average cost comes in around $15,600. At the very end of the scale in the heavy jet category, a charter on a Challenger 604, for example, costs closer to $26,000.
|Aircraft Type||Small Jet||Medium Jet||Heavy Jet||Turbo Prop|
|Estimated Price||$9,363 - $10,348||$13,387 - $14,796||$23,086 - $25,516||$5,049 - $5,581|
|Flight Duration||1.65 hrs||1.65 hrs||1.65 hrs||1.65 hrs|
How long does a private flight between Salt Lake City and Las Vegas take?
The travel distance from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas is around 370 miles. The flight time for a Salt Lake City and Las Vegas charter, and a Las Vegas to Utah flight, is just over an hour and a half, for a jet and closer to two hours for a turboprop aircraft. This is the same amount of time a commercial airliner would take as well.
However, when you fly privately, you’ll enjoy the luxury of efficiency and convenience. Once you’ve booked your charter, simply arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled departure time and head straight aboard your waiting aircraft.
No need to wait in lengthy line-up after line-up. And when you arrive in Vegas? Simply grab your belongings and hop into your pre-arranged ground transportation.
|Aircraft Type||Distance in ML||Distance in KM||Duration|
|Small Jet||368||592||1.65 hr|
|Medium Jet||368||592||1.65 hr|
|Heavy Jet||368||592||1.65 hr|
Recommended private jets for your charter flight from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas
Beechcraft King Air 90Turboprop Charter Flights
Private Charters on a King Air 90 A King Air 90 charter flight offers an unparalleled combination of: Cabin size Low operating costs Short and rough field capabilities Load carrying performance Above-average speed And with a 50 per cent larger cabin environment than most ‘very light jets,’ the King Air 90 is a more comfortable alternative for short-hop excursions than its turbofan counterparts.View Aircraft
Private jet airports near Salt Lake City and Las Vegas
Salt Lake City Area Airports
When booking your charter with a Stratos associate, they’ll need to know which airport you prefer to fly out of in Salt Lake City. When selecting an airport, consider where you’ll be when it comes time to head out.
Whether you’re departing from your office or your home, be sure to pick the airport that’s most conveniently located. A Vegas to Salt Lake City flight will land at the General Aviation area of the Salt Lake City International Airport–that’s the area for private charter services.
Las Vegas Area Airports
When you’re booking your charter from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas, you’ll have the benefit of selecting the arrival airport in Vegas. This allows travelers a little more freedom in their itinerary and less time spent traveling upon arrival. Flights to Las Vegas, when you charter a private jet, will land in McCarran International Airport, Harry Reid International Airport, or North Las Vegas Airport.
Empty leg flights from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas
A visit to Sin City can be a costly adventure. From fine dining to amazing shows to the casino floor, there are a million ways to spend money but not too many ways to save. There is one way, though. An empty leg flight can save you 25 to 75 percent on your airfare.
However, there’s a catch. In order to reap the benefits of these deeply discounted flights, a traveler must be flexible. The aircraft type and size, the departure and arrival airports, and the dates and times of the flight will be pre-determined.
So if you have some flexibility in your travel plans, an empty leg charter may be a great way to travel. A Las Vegas to SLC flight, or an LAS to SLC flight is a great way to get from Nevada to Utah. Flights from SLC to Vegas, using an empty leg, are equally as convenient.
|Empty Leg Flight||Available Dates||Aircraft Type||Aircraft Class||Trip Price|
|BFI (SEATTLE) - LAS (LAS VEGAS)||12/21/2022||Falcon 2000||Heavy||-||Inquire|
Ground services in Salt Lake City and Las Vegas
One you’ve booked your Salt Lake City and Las Vegas jet charter, you’ll have the option to include some additional concierge travel plans in your booking. These services can include ground transportation, security detail, inflight catering and more.
Want a room at the Bellagio? We can arrange it. Want to try some HeliYoga in the Nevada desert? We can arrange that too.
No matter what Vegas plans you have, we can ensure your trip to Las Vegas is as wonderful as you imagined it would be.