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Ottawa to Las Vegas Flights on WestJet

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Jun/07/2011
Ottawa to Las Vegas Flights on WestJet

WestJet is introducing new flights between Ottawa, Toronto, Canada and Las Vegas.  The flights will depart twice a week from Ottawa and Las Vegas.

Las Vegas cheap flights to/from Ottawa on a daily basis were priced at $323 with a United/American combo via the CheapOAir travel site. 

Fly Roundtrip for $199 or Less on CheapOair

WestJet will now operate raises to 11 nonstop destinations to Las Vegas and will add to the 71 flights per week it now operates. They are actually the 10th largest carrier at McCarran International Airport and the largest foreign-based airline.  

Gambling911.com is increasing its travel section with a look at Canada to Las Vegas cheap flights here. 

- Payton O’Brien, Gambling911.com Senior Editor

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