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New: Fly Directly from Las Vegas to Moab

Travel Tips, What's New — By julietrevelyan on April 4, 2011 at 2:20 pm

If you’re planning a trip to the slickrock bike trail haven of Moab or nearby Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park, you are so in luck! Great Lakes Aviation, Ltd., just rolled out service between Las Vegas (generally the cheapest bet for flights to the Southwest) and Moab’s Canyonlands Field Airport.

image: stevendamron/Flickr

What does this mean? Less driving time and more sightseeing time for you. Wah-hoo! Most visitors to southern Utah’s national parks fly into Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, or Albuquerque, then rent a car and drive. A lot. Flying into Moab should save most travelers time and money.

The new flights begin May 15–just in time for prime canyon-visiting season.

Tags: airplane, airport, Arches National Park, Canyonlands, flight, fly, las vegas, moab

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  • Michele Hill says:

    Not only can a traveler arrive with less driving time, but Moab is now a SUPER addition to a conference in Las Vegas or Denver. Just hop over to Moab to get your slickrock trail pedaling, Colorado River rafting, canyoneering the setting of 127 Hours or scout Moab for a future site for a meeting of 60-250 participants. This website helps planners plan meetings, weddings or events in Moab. http://bit.ly/e0t6zu

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