Hop aboard one of our airplanes - specifically designed for sightseeing - and take in inspiring aerial views of Lake Mead, Hoover Dam, The Colorado River, and Grand Canyon West.
Fly to Grand Canyon West and explore the breathtaking viewpoints at Eagle Point and Guano Point.
Experience the thrilling Skywalk glass-bottom bridge that suspends 70 feet over the edge of the Grand Canyon.
Experience the West Rim from the bottom with a helicopter tour to the canyon floor and a boat cruise along the Colorado River.
Experience Grand Canyon West from top to bottom with this exciting airplane and helicopter combination tour. For an all-in-one package, you can include the Skywalk bridge for the ultimate Grand Canyon expedition.
Take to the skies and fly by helicopter over the widest and deepest part of the entire Grand Canyon.
Escape the crowds and visit an exclusive and visually stunning region of Grand Canyon. Accessible to few, this tour includes an ATV adventure to the northern edge of the canyon near Bar 10 Ranch.
Grand Voyager guests receive one of the most comprehensive Grand Canyon experiences available. Experience Grand Canyon West by ground, helicopter and boat!
Flights from Las Vegas to Grand Canyon FAQs
How long does it take to fly to the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas?
Direct flights from the Grand Canyon to Las Vegas range from 35 to 70 minutes.
Airplane tours from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon range from 4 to 9-1/2 hours depending on your selected tour destinations.
How do I get to the Grand Canyon from the airport in Las Vegas?
Papillon Las Vegas air tours depart to the Grand Canyon from a private terminal in Boulder City, Nevada. Hotel pick-up and drop-off is available to and from most major Las Vegas hotels downtown and on the Strip.
Which days do airplane tours from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon operate?
Most Papillon airplane tours operate 364 days of the year with multiple departures each day. To find out more about departures for a specific tour, visit that tour listing page on the website.
At Papillon, safety is our #1 priority. As a result, tour operations are subject to cancellation due to weather.
Learn more about our booking and cancellation policy.
Do I Need a Visa or Passport for Airplane Tours?
Yes. All passengers booked on a tour must have a valid government-issued form of identification before boarding one of our airplane tours from Las Vegas.
Features of Las Vegas Flights to Grand Canyon
Escape the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas with a Grand Canyon airplane tour with Papillon. Air tours are designed with our guests safety, comfort, and sightseeing needs in mind. Here are just a few of the reasons people have been choosing Papillon for their aerial adventures for over 50 years.
- Roundtrip Transportation: Convenience is key to an enjoyable Grand Canyon vacation. Begin your airplane tour to the Grand Canyon with hotel pick-up and drop-off from major hotels in Downtown Las Vegas and on the Strip.
- First-Class Seating: Our fixed-wing airplanes offer ample space for each passenger to sit comfortably and enjoy the magnificent Southwestern scenery.
- Climate-Controlled Cabins: Heating and air conditioning in the aircraft cabins allow guests to unwind and enjoy the flight any time of the year.
- Multi-Language Narration: Each seat is equipped with noise-canceling headphones. Enjoy choreographed music, passenger-to-pilot communication, and in-flight narration throughout the flight.
- Group Tours: Our Twin Otter Vistaliner airplanes can transport up to 19 passengers each, making airplane tours from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon the perfect adventure for larger groups. From conference teams to wedding parties, families and beyond, your group can experience the thrill of the Grand Canyon together.
- No Hidden Fees. With Papillon, you'll never see a hidden "convenience fee" or "booking fee." No guesswork or unexpected fees, just great prices.
If you’re strapped for time or on a budget, airplane tours are the perfect way to experience the Grand Canyon. During an airplane tour from Las Vegas, you can soar over a week’s worth of destinations in one adventure. Airplanes also use less fuel than helicopters, so they are generally the most budget-friendly aerial tour option.
Las Vegas Flights to Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon is one of the most photographed natural landforms in the world. Magazines and museums around the world have allowed people to gaze upon the brilliant red canyon walls, the sun reflecting off of the Colorado River, and the foliage and animals that inhabit the land. During a Las Vegas to Grand Canyon trip with Papillon, you can experience these magnificent aerial perspectives in person.
Airplane tours to the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas can fly to the South Rim, West Rim, or Grand Canyon North. Each route boasts breathtaking views of Lake Mead's crystal waters, the massive Hoover Dam, the Mojave Desert, and the winding Colorado River before reaching the Grand Canyon.
Las Vegas Tours Flying to Grand Canyon West Rim
Are you an adventurer at heart? Tours of the West Rim of the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas may be just what you're looking for. The West Rim features world-famous lookouts like Eagle Point and Guano Point, exciting activities like the Grand Canyon Skywalk bridge, and more.
At this rim of the canyon, you can even pair your airplane tour with a helicopter ride that will descend 4,000 feet to land at the bottom of the Grand Canyon for exploration time or a pontoon boat cruise.
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Las Vegas Tours Flying to Grand Canyon South Rim
If you want to visit the Grand Canyon National Park, airplane tours to the South Rim are a good fit for you. During Grand Canyon South Rim airplane tours, you can gaze out over the sprawling Kaibab National Forest and take photos at world-renowned lookouts like Bright Angel Point and Mather Point.
You can also upgrade your South Rim air tour to include a helicopter flight over the widest and deepest part of the canyon or a guided Hummer tour of the National Park.
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Las Vegas Tours Flying to Grand Canyon North
Escape the crowds and experience the raw, untouched beauty of the northern part of the Grand Canyon. Access to the Grand Canyon North is limited, so very few visitors get the chance to experience its stunning landscapes each year. North canyon tours can be single or multi-day excursions that include a scenic airplane flight and guided Polaris Ranger rides. Overnight stays at the famous Bar 10 Ranch are in high demand and often sell out over a year in advance.