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Leaving Las Vegas: More Check-In Choices

by andrew August 2010 - last edited November

***PLEASE NOTE: As of 2013, we no longer offer this service.***

Passengers flying out of Las Vegas on Virgin Atlantic flights now have even more flight check-in options. Great news for anyone in a hurry after one of those heavy Vegas nights or still chasing that elusive jackpot! With the The MGM Grand Hotel and the Palazzo Hotel added to the list, we now have six "off airport" check-in locations to choose from.

The service is complimentary for Upper Class customers. Economy and Premium Economy passengers are able to check-in their baggage for a bargain $10 (USD) per bag up to their luggage allowance.

Hand baggage-only customers may check-in and receive their boarding pass completely free of charge at the kiosks or bag-drop desk.

It’s exactly like checking in at the airport, except without the airport. So, make the most of those last few Las Vegas hours before jumping on the plane!

Check-In now available at:

Luxor Hotel 07:00 – 15:00 Located on the Business Center level and next to VIP check-in area

The Venetian Hotel 07:00 – 15:00 Located in the main lobby next to the concierge desk

The MGM Grand Hotel 07:00 – 15:00 Located in the main lobby next to the bell desk

Palazzo Hotel 07:00 – 15:00 Located in the main lobby across from the concierge

Las Vegas Convention Center Located on the central concourse (Only available when a convention is running.)

McCarran Rent-a-Car-Center 07:00 – 15:00 Located in the main lobby

For more Vegas stuff, check out our posts on how to have a memorable Vegas wedding and how to see Vegas for free -  and don't forget to visit Virgin Atlantic to book direct flights from London Gatwick.

***PLEASE NOTE: As of 2013, we no longer offer this service.***


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Andrew Bowman

Andrew is an occasional contributor to the Virgin Atlantic blog. He lived in the Japanese countryside for two years until he could no longer resist the pull of London's galleries, pubs and clubs. He likes to pretend he can speak Japanese and also sometimes writes about music.