Las Vegas, NV— American Airlines, Delta, and Southwest are all expected to begin offering Las Vegas Entertainment to passengers, according to a report from The Associated Press (AP).
American Airlines will launch the entertainment in early 2018.
Delta and Southwest will also begin allowing Las Vegas to be available to domestic travelers starting in the second half of 2018.
American Airlines says it plans to bring Las Vegas’ entertainment to more than 300,000 passengers and 5 million guests.
Las Vegas has become a popular destination for fans of Disney and other Walt Disney theme parks.
American is expected to announce additional events in Las Vegas during the coming months.
“It’s a huge opportunity for us to expand our audience, which includes over 3 million customers flying in and out of Las Vegas every year, and to expand on our theme parks, which have become the largest theme park destination in the world,” American Airlines CEO Doug Parker said in a statement.
“Our plan is to bring more of this exciting, unique experience to millions of travelers and guests.”
The AP says that American Airlines plans to open two additional hotels in Las, in addition to the one currently in operation.
Las, a resort town in Nevada, will be the second hotel to be opened for entertainment, according the report.
Delta is also planning to begin allowing travelers to book tickets for the entertainment, with reservations being issued to select airlines, according an AP story.
Southwest is also set to begin accepting Las Vegas tickets in 2018.
American Airlines, which operates American, Delta and United airlines, is one of the biggest players in the entertainment industry.
The company is also one of many airlines to offer nonstop international flights to Las Vegas in addition the airport.
American also owns and operates two theme parks in Las Cruces, New Mexico.