Airports in Las Vegas
Pretty much all flights to Sin City go through Las Vegas McCarran International Airport. The largest airport serving Las Vegas, McCarran International is by far the busiest airport in Nevada. Located five miles (8km) south of central Las Vegas, the airport processes roughly 40 million passengers each year.
Las Vegas McCarran International Airport is clean and well-run, with few complaints of long queues. Made up of two terminals, the newer Terminal 2 is a bit smaller and has fewer amenities, but the airport has many diversions to occupy passengers while they wait, ranging from the near-ubiquitous slot machines to an art gallery and even a gym.
Because of its status as one of the most popular holiday destinations in the US, flights to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport come from destinations all over the world, including major cities like Toronto, London, Panama City, Seoul, Glasgow and Paris.
McCarran airport is located one mile (2km) south of the Las Vegas Strip.
Getting to the city
There are regular buses going to and from the airport, downtown Las Vegas and The Strip, dropping off at most hotels; buses 108 and 109 connect to the Downtown Transportation Center and the South Strip Transfer Terminal. Shuttle services are available on west side of the baggage claim area, outside exits 7-13. Expect to pay $12 for a round-trip. There are also taxis available outside Arrivals, but the short ride is expensive.
GMT -8 (GMT -7 from March to November).
Tel: +1 702 261 5211.
Las Vegas Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.
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