Las Vegas Air
Another Vegas-based wannabe, this one, as either Las Vegas Air or LV Air, has been around awhile. Although industry reports use both names, the cast of characters seems identical. But the purported business plans have been pretty elastic. And there isn't even an official website. All reports seem to agree on a "luxury" airline aimed at flying "high rollers" to Las Vegas. And most agree that part of the plan is to sell some or all seats to the major casinos to dole out to customers as they decide. But routes and equipment are wildly different: Some say the airline will concentrate on New York; others say it will funnel Vegas visitors from all around the globe. Some say it will fly brand-new 777s, others say older 767s or 747s; some imply conventional seating, others claim the line would start with 747s holding only 40 first-class and 200 premium coach seats.
Prognosis: Given that lots of airlines operate lots of flights from lots of places to Las Vegas, the success of this venture would seem to hang on its ability to sell zillions of seats to casinos—not exactly a sure-thing bet. In any event, at this point, Las Vegas Air seems largely like vaporware. Don't plan on using it for your next Vegas visit.