Long-haul fliers may be tempted to fly out to Vegas on their first cruise, but there’s a catch: they won’t have the chance to go back to Phoenix.
And if you’re already booked to take your vacation there, it won’t be for another month.
It’ll be awhile until the economy reopens, and airlines are already planning to start the long-distance flights back to Los Angeles.
In fact, some airlines are now offering incentives for the people who take the long distance flights.
The new rules apply to flights from New York to Las Vegas starting Tuesday, March 9, 2018.
The airlines that are already offering incentives to people who plan to travel on long-range flights include American, American Eagle, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, Virgin America, US Airways and Virgin America Next.
They’re offering discounts of up to 50% on flights from Los Angeles to Las Venegas starting Tuesday.
The bonuses will be available to anyone who takes a flight from New Jersey to Las Cruces starting Tuesday at 12:01 a.m.
The flights will be the first to resume from Los Angles and the first long-stay flights to Las Casas since the ban took effect Jan. 1.
This post originally appeared on CNNMoney.