Fly LINQ Zipline Review: Fly On The Las Vegas Strip

Jeremy K.


Jeremy K.

• Chief Editor

Last updated on December 18, 2022

If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush while in Las Vegas, the Fly LINQ Zipline is a must-do activity. Located on the Las Vegas Strip, this zipline offers guests a unique flying experience that is not to be missed. You’ll fly through the air at high speeds as you soar through The LINQ Promenade between The LINQ and Flamingo. In my review, I’ll go over everything you need to know about the Fly LINQ Zipline so that you can make the most of your experience.

Fly LINQ Review

Price: $40

Location: The LINQ Resort & Casino

Summary: Fly LINQ Zipline Las Vegas is a must-do for any thrill seeker visiting the city. The ride begins 12 stories high and zips riders across the length of The LINQ Promenade at speeds up to 35 MPH. The ride only lasts 30-45 seconds, but it’s sure to be a thrilling experience.

Fly LINQ Zipline Las Vegas: A Thrilling Experience on The Strip

Editor’s Rating: 3/5


  • Fly LINQ is the only zipline on the Las Vegas Strip
  • You will fly through the air 12-stories above ground at speeds of up to 35 miles per hour


  • Tickets are expensive
  • Short ride

The Fly LINQ Zipline on The LINQ Promenade is the only zipline on the Las Vegas Strip. The exhilarating ride is a must-do for any thrill-seekers visiting Las Vegas. Unleash your adrenaline and soar up to 35 mph through the Las Vegas skyline.

Fly LINQ Zipline Las Vegas
Fly LINQ Zipline Las Vegas

Fly LINQ starts 12 stories above The Strip and zips riders over 1,100 feet across the length of The LINQ Promenade, descending about seven stories to the base of the High Roller.

Fly LINQ can have up to ten riders side-by-side at a time. Plenty of space for you and all your friends.

Fly LINQ Zipline Las Vegas
Fly LINQ Zipline Las Vegas

There are two ways to ride Fly LINQ. You can ride seated for an electrifying experience, or you can ride the adrenaline-pumping Superhero style where you fly through the sky like Superman.

The ride lasts about 35-45 seconds, depending on the rider’s weight and style of the ride.

Soaring Through The LINQ Promenade

As you glide through the air above The LINQ Promenade you’ll fly past Chayo Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar and O’Sheas on your left-hand side. Chayo is a popular restaurant by day and party nightclub-like atmosphere by night. O’Sheas is a popular Irish-themed casino.

As your ride down the zipline continues you’ll pass Brooklyn Bowl. An epic bowling alley and rock concert venue that hosts touring bands year-round.

Finally, you’ll end at the base of the High Roller, the second tallest observation wheel in the world (and tallest in the USA).

My Conclusion

For me, Fly LINQ is overpriced at $40 per person. The ride is very short and I would rather spend a little more money and buy a Happy Half Hour ticket on the High Roller. The Happy Half Hour includes an open bar with unlimited cocktails during the duration of the ride.

If you are dying to go on a zipline, Fly LINQ will suit you well. The views are nice, it’s safe and well-organized. But if you’re looking for value, there are better options in Las Vegas.

Fly LINQ Zipline Las Vegas
Fly LINQ Zipline Las Vegas

Fly LINQ vs. Slotzilla

There are two main ziplines everyone wants compared. Fly LINQ and Slotzilla. As described above, Fly LINQ is on The Strip at The LINQ Promenade. Slotzilla is downtown on Fremont Street.

If you’ve never been to the Fremont Street Experience and you want to ride a zipline, head downtown at night for an unforgettable experience as you soar through the glow of the LED canopy and neon lights of old Vegas.

Fly LINQ Zipline

Tickets: $40

Fly LINQ Zipline Las Vegas

Fly LINQ is the only zipline on the Las Vegas Strip at The LINQ. Fly LINQ is no-frills, short zipline ride that glides over The LINQ Promenade.

Top Features:

  • $40 Ticket
  • Ride Lasts 30-45 Seconds
  • On the Las Vegas Strip

Slotzilla Zipline

Tickets: $39-$59

Fremont Street Experience Zipline Slotzilla

Slotzilla on the Fremont Street Experience is a longer zipline than Fly LINQ. Tickets are more expensive, but it’s a one-of-a-kind ride experience.

Top Features:

  • $39-$59 Tickets
  • Two Ride Options
  • Downtown Las Vegas

Slotzilla is a zip line that launches riders from a 12-story slot machine-themed platform to fly down Fremont Street. The Superhero Zoom line is similar to Fly LINQ’s Superman-style ride where you fly lying down on your stomach. The other option is to fly seated.

Slotzilla has two zipline options. A short ride that’s $40 and an incredible long version that’s $59. In my opinion, it is worth the extra money. The views are better and it’s more fun to fly over a crowded street full of people below you.

Fly LINQ brings the adrenaline.

The Fly LINQ Zipline is a popular attraction and it’s not uncommon for the ride to sell out. If you want to ride the Fly LINQ Zipline, buy your tickets now. It’s not uncommon for the ride to sell out. You can buy your tickets directly from the Fly LINQ Box Office here. By buying your tickets in advance, you’re guaranteeing yourself a spot at this thrilling attraction.

Fly LINQ Zipline Las Vegas

Frequently Asked Questions

Tickets to Fly LINQ are $40 and can be reserved online here.

The Fly LINQ zipline will last around 30-45 seconds, depending on your speed and the weight of the person riding. It is a thrilling experience that will soar over the Las Vegas Strip at speeds of up to 35 miles per hour.

I think Slotzilla on Fremont Street is better than the other ziplines in Vegas. However, Slotzilla’s location downtown makes it difficult for some visitors to get to. Fly LINQ is in a great location and easy to get for guests staying on The Strip.

Yes, the Fly LINQ Zipline does sell out. Make sure to buy your tickets ahead of time online!

Riders must weigh between 60 and 300 pounds (27 and 136 kg). They must be at least 3’4″ tall and not more than 6’8″ tall. Young riders 12 years old and under must be accompanied by a ticketed rider 13 years old or older. Riders under 18 must have a parent or legal guardian sign the Fly LINQ waiver of liability.