There’s no shortage of flights from Vegas to Las Vegas, but it’s no longer the only place to fly from.
The airlines flying from Vegas can now book a Las Vegas-bound flight.
The Air Travel Association of America announced Wednesday that the airline industry is allowing for the first time that Las Vegas and other cities with a significant number of flights can be booked at any time.
The move will allow travelers to book the same flights as before, when the airports were not yet on the travel calendar.
The changes will come into effect from July 15.
The new travel restrictions will apply to all major US airlines, including American, Delta, United, United Express, Southwest and Virgin America.
The rules will apply only to travel on domestic flights.
The rule change comes after a recent study by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found that travel from Las Vegas to other cities without a trip to Las Angeles or Phoenix was among the most costly.
The study found that Las Vegas to Phoenix travel was $1,865 per person, while Las Vegas trips to San Francisco, Dallas and Las Vegas were nearly $2,000 per person.
The CFPB study also found that trips from Las Veas were more expensive than flights from Las Angeles to other California cities.
The cost to book a ticket from Las vegas to Las vega was $3,835.
The travel ban was introduced by Rep. Tom Price, a Georgia Republican who represents a district in the Las Vegas area.
It is one of several measures President Donald Trump is expected to sign into law.
The ban would prohibit all flights from the United States to and from the Las veas.
The rule would not apply to travel from the other cities.
The move comes after airlines such as United, Southwest, Delta and United Express have been lobbying hard to make the changes, said Mark Reuss, chief executive of travel agency Expedia.
Expedia, which has nearly 8,000 flights a day from Las Vegas, will also allow travelers with valid tickets to book flights to Las Vees from the following destinations: Atlanta, Denver, Los Angeles, New York, Washington D.C., Orlando, Phoenix, San Francisco and San Diego.