Best UK airport to fly to Vegas?

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Hi guys, from experiences where is the best airport to fly from in the U.K. To Las Vegas? Direct and quickest maybe? Looking for October. Any suggestions about everything tbh would be great. Going with the misses.

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London with virgin believe it is direct. I went from Birmingham with a night stop over at seattle with Delta.

Where do you live?

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Birmingham

London will be the best or Glasgow (is that nearer for you, sorry I live in Cornwall!).

Use expedia of sky scanner to give you a base flight and then try to hone it down from there.

Do you collect Tesco club card vouchers, Avios or Airmiles?

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Just searched Manchester looks alright tbh. And I don't really collect any points. Is there any website that does deals? Just general questions. Experiences of you guys are helpful. I'm looking to hit casinos and buffets for like 7 days lol

in terms of quickest, you will hardly notice any difference on direct flights from any UK airport. It's all to do with us being a kind of North/South orientated country and LV being West....

I went direct from Manchester last year with Thomas cook.

Think the flight took 10 hours if I remember correctly. If you're going to fly with Thomas cook - drinks aren't included and the on board free entertainment wasn't up to much (you can buy premium for a fiver)

Manchester airport would be your best bet. Virgin, amongst others offers direct flights. The airport itself is easier to get to and use than the London airports.

My favourite isn't direct. Air New Zealand from Heathrow to Los Angeles, then pick up a car and drive to Vegas.
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