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McCarran Airport

5757 Wayne Newton Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada 89119, United States
+1 702 261 5211
+1 702 261 5134 (Lost + Found)
+1 702 597 9553 (fax)
Las Vegas McCarran Airport - All Information on Las Vegas Mccarran Airport (LAS)

McCarran International Airport is an international airport in Paradise, Nevada, United States. The airport serves Las Vegas Valley, which is a metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Nevada. McCarran Airport is located just 5 miles / 8 km south of downtown Las Vegas. McCarran International Airport was renamed to Harry Reid International Airport in December of 2021.

The airport is used for both public and military purposes. It is owned by Clark County and operated by the Clark County Department of Aviation. The official address of McCarran Airport is McCarran International Airport, 5757 Wayne Newton Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119, United States. You can call the airport for any customer information at the telephone number: +1 702 261 5211.

McCarran International Airport carries the international airport code of LAS (IATA), KLAS (ICAO) and LAS (FAA LID). The airport sits in an elevated location about 2,181 ft./665 meters above sea level at 36°04′48″ N and 115°09′08″ W.

The airport in Las Vegas served 49,716,584 passengers in 2018 and had 539,857 aircraft movement. It is the 27th busiest airport worldwide measured by passenger traffic and the 8th busiest by aircraft movements.

McCarran International Airport is providing nonstop flights to cities in North America, Europe, and Asia. There are both charter flights and scheduled flight routes throughout the year provided by several aircraft companies.

The biggest carrier at McCarran International Airport is Allegiant Air that offers flights to and from more than 50 different airports in the US including Albuquerque, Austin, Bellingham, Cincinnati, Eugene, Fargo, Idaho Falls, Indianapolis, Memphis, Monterey, Omaha, San Antonio, South Bend, and Tulsa. The company also serves a few seasonal flight routes. Moreover, Frontier Airlines operates at LAS Airport with flight routes to and from destinations such as Atlanta, Austin, Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Denver, Los Angeles, Madison, Miami, Nashville, Newark, Phoenix–Sky Harbor, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, and Tampa.

The airport is beside from Frontier Airlines and Allegiant Air, a focus city for JSX, Sun Country Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and Spirit Airlines.

McCarran International Airport operates four runways; Runway 1L/19R, Runway 1R/19L, Runway 8L/26R, and Runway 8R/26L. All the runways have been resurfaced with concrete, which is a stronger material than the previous asphalt.

There are two terminals at McCarran Airport and five concourses with a total of 92 gates. Terminal 1 is divided into four concourses: A, B, C, and D. Terminal 3 is the newest terminal at the airport. It handles international and some domestic flights and has a total of 40 gates.

All passengers will find inter-terminal shuttle transport that connects both terminals 1 and 3. The Shuttles run approximately every 15 minutes and depart from Level 0 of each terminal.

Arrivals, Departures and Airlines at Las Vegas McCarran Airport

There are also the McCarran Tram, which provides a connection to:

Terminal 1:

  • Green Line: To C Gates
  • Blue Line: To D Gates

Terminal 3:

  • Red line: To D Gates

C Gates:

  • Green Line: To Terminal 1

D Gates:

  • Blue Line: To Terminal 1
  • Red Line: To Terminal 3

McCarran International Airport Ground Transportation

The McCarran Airport is accessible from Paradise Road to the north and by the McCarran Airport Connector to the south, which connects to the Las Vegas Beltway.

Transfers to and from McCarran Airport

All passengers going to and from McCarran Airport can enjoy comfortable and convenient transfer options. Here you will find a various assortment of transportation opportunities, including:

  • Buses: Travelers will find several bus routes to and from the airport. These are operated by The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC).
  • Taxis: You can find taxis outside the two passenger terminals at McCarran Airport. Travelers can get to the city center of Las Vegas in approximately 15 minutes.
  • Airport Shuttles: Passengers will find a large selection of hotels and resorts, which offer a shuttle bus service at your disposal to get you to and from McCarran Airport. At Terminal 1, the shuttles are located on the west side of the baggage claim area (outside exits 7-13). At Terminal 3, the shuttle services are located on Level 0.
  • Car Rental Companies: All passengers can book a rental vehicle through one of the many car rental companies that operate at LAS Airport.

Hotels near Las Vegas McCarran Airport

There are a number of hotels to suit all budgets and requirements at or near Las Vegas McCarran Airport.

Parking at Las Vegas McCarran Airport

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Additional Services and Amenities at Las Vegas McCarran Airport

At Las Vegas McCarran Airport you will find the usual array of bars and restaurants, airport lounges and shops.

Practical Information about McCarran International Airport

WiFi connection:

All travelers can enjoy free WiFi connection at McCarran Airport in the terminal area including both sides of security. There will also be WiFi connections everywhere in the restaurant and retail areas.

To get online, simply turn on your WiFi-enabled device to automatically detect the wireless network. Then launch a web browser on your device where you will visit the welcome page. Please follow the instruction on the screen and you will be all ready to surf around the internet. You will need to enter your email address to access the WiFi.

If you encounter any problems connecting or have any other questions about the network, please contact the airport service center at LAS Airport on telephone number: +1 702 261 5211.


Smoking is only allowed in designated areas outside the terminal at McCarran Airport, which is near ticketing and the baggage claim area.

Passengers will find a few smoking areas inside the terminal after security. These include:

  • Barney's Lounge (C Gates)
  • Bud Track Lounge (Esplanade)
  • Enclosed Gaming Lounges (C, D & E Gates)

Duty-Free shops:

At McCarran Airport, all travelers can find a broad assortment of duty-free products including sweets, cosmetics, skin-care products, fragrances, tobacco, and alcohol. You will find products from many famous brands from around the world.

All passengers can find three Duty-Free stores at McCarran International Airport. One store in Terminal 1 near gate D17. The remaining two are located in Terminal 3, near gate E7 and gate E1.

Lost and Found:

If you have lost anything within the public areas or ground transportation areas at McCarran Airport, you can report it to the lost and found department. All items that are found and stored in the department will be held for 30 days. You can contact the department on telephone number: +1 (702) 261 5134. They are open Sunday to Friday from 07:30 am to 6:00 pm, except on major holidays.

If you need to report any lost items from an airplane, please contact that specific airline.

Things to do in Las Vegas

There are a number of activities to suit all ages and interests in the region - see a selection of tourist activities in Las Vegas, Nevada in the United States of America.

McCarran International Airport’s website

Looking for more information about McCarran Airport? You can always visit McCarran International Airport’s official website here:

Furthermore, if you have any questions or would like to get in contact with a member of the staff, you can contact the airport at telephone number: +1 702 261 5211.

Local Information

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Services at McCarran Airport

Useful Information about McCarran Airport

Q1 Passenger Number Record set at McCarran Airport – Up 26% on Last Year and 14% Pre-Pandemic

McCarran Airport achieved a new record in passenger numbers during the first quarter. There was a significant increase of 26% compared to the same period last year. The numbers were up by 14% compared to the pre-pandemic period.

Lounges at McCarran Airport

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Eating and Drinking at McCarran Airport

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Duty Free Shopping at McCarran Airport

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