Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport
Address: 5757 Wayne Newton Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119, United States
IATA airport Code: LAS abbreviation
ICAO airport code: KLAS abbreviation
Alias: McCarran International Airport
LAS Arrivals today
Harry Reid international arrivals
Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport processes more than 50 million passengers per year. It is one of the busiest airports in America. In 2019 it took the 9 place on the list of busiest airports in the US with 51,537,638 Las Vegas Airport arrivals. At the beginning of 2021, the airport was still called McCarran International Airport, but has changed its name to Harry Reid. The airport is only a few miles from Las Vegas Downtown. The owner of the airport is Clark County Commission. Construction of the airfield started in 1942 and was completed in 1948. The first Las Vegas arrivals took place that same year. There are also two passenger terminals and even four runways.
Transport to/from Las Vegas airport
There are many options to get to the airport.
- An inexpensive option is to travel with Lyft or Uber. There is a special place for this at both terminals, the Ride Share Pick up.
- You can also travel by regular taxi. These are readily available when you exit the terminal after exiting the LAS Airport arrivals hall.
- Rent a car at the Rent-A-Car Center which is a few miles from the airport. All passengers wishing to hire a car after Las Vegas Airport arrivals can travel there by shuttle.
- You can reach the airport by public transport. At both Terminal 1 (route 108, 109 and WAX route) and 3 (Wasx and CX route). There are also Inter-city arrivals from other surrounding towns. Shuttle buses between the two terminals are also available. There are Las Vegas Harry Reid arrivals every 20-30 minutes.
Las Vegas airport terminals
All Harry Reid flight arrivals arrive at one of the 5 Concourses A, B, C, D and E. At terminal 1 are gates A, B and C. At terminal 3 are gates E. Gates D are in another building which can be reached with the Harry Reid Tram. Terminal 1 has baggage claim and check-in for five US airlines: Allegiant, Spirit, Delta Air Lines, American, Southwest. Terminal 3 is for all other airlines such as AeroMexico, VivaAerobus, Volaris, WestJet but also Alaska Airlines, Frontier, Hawaiian, JetBlue, SunCountry and United Airlines.
Busy flight routes
The most frequently flown route is to Los Angeles, California by the carriers American airlines, Delta, Frontier, United, Allegiant, Southwest and Spirit. Second most Las Vegas flight arrivals are flying from Dallas / Fort Worth, Texas and Denver, Colorado. The top busiest domestic routes will be completed by Seattle / Tacoma, Atlanta, San Francisco, Chicago – O’Hare, Phoenix, San Diego and Detroit.
International flight carriers
Most Las Vegas arrivals (international) are from Westjet followed by Air Canada Rouge. Other frequently seen airlines for international routes are British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Aeroméxico, Korean Air, Copa Airlines.