Alaska Airlines joins the list of airlines adding extra flights to Las Vegas for CES 2019, the big electronics show.
Alaska Airlines is adding 40 additional flights to Las Vegas from west coast tech hubs in Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Jose for people traveling to CES 2019 (the Consumer Electronics Show) next year.
The extra flights are scheduled from January 7 to January 12 and represent approximately 6,000 additional seats to and from these cities for that week.
While hotels will be very full and hotel room rates may will surely spike during the CES 2019 week, you don’t need to be attending the show to take advantage of these extra flights to and from Las Vegas.
But since these flights just got loaded into Alaska’s system, you might want to book them soon.
Other airlines are adding temporary flights for these days as well. American Airlines and Japan Airlines recently announces extra CES flights between Tokyo and Las Vegas. Delta Air Lines, which has added CES flighs in the past, will likely announce this year’s batch shortly.
Heading to Las Vegas for CES 2019 or some other event? Be sure to make some time to visit the Neon Museum.
The museum tells the history of Las Vegas through classic, cast-off neon signs and is a great place to visit in the evening when many signs are lit.