Luxury Private Jet Charters from Santa Ana, CA (SNA) to Las Vegas, NV (LAS)

Departing from Santa Ana, California: John Wayne-Orange County Airport (SNA)

Flying to Las Vegas, Nevada: McCarran International Airport (LAS)

Average flying time: 46 minutes

If you live near the John Wayne-Orange County Airport, you can get to Las Vegas in just under an hour. This is possible by chartering your own private plane; flying commercially, even with the short flight time itself, will almost always take much longer when you factor in flight delays, crowds and lines, security checks, and more.

Are you planning a last-minute getaway from the Santa Ana area to Las Vegas? Contact Luxury Aircraft Solutions today. A spontaneous trip has never been easier by scheduling your own private plane. We also offer free catering on all of our chartered trips.

About John Wayne-Orange County Airport – Santa Ana, CA (SNA)

18601 Airport Way
Santa Ana, CA 92707

Originally just the Orange County Airport, the Santa Ana Airport received the “John Wayne” addition to its name in 1979 to honor actor John Wayne. This airport is an easy option for residents of the area wishing to avoid LAX and other busy southern California airports. Travelers chartering private planes also prefer to fly into the John Wayne-Orange County Airport when visiting Disneyland, which is just a short 14 miles away.

About McCarran International Airport – Las Vegas, NV (LAS)

5757 Wayne Newton Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89119

The McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas is the city’s most popular and convenient way to travel in and out of the city. Although this airport isn’t exclusive to private flights, it’s just a couple short miles away from Las Vegas Boulevard, also known as The Strip.


If you have questions about chartering your private flight from Santa Ana, CA to Las Vegas, NV, or would like to receive a quote, contact Luxury Aircraft Solutions today! We will be happy to go over the different options with you. We can also arrange ground transportation for you to get to the John Wayne-Orange County Airport, as well as once you land in Las Vegas.