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Las Vegas Airport Shuttles: Some of the Las Vegas airport shuttle companies that serve LAS are:

AWG Ambassador: looking at shuttlelasvegas.com, they offer airport shuttle service between downtown hotels and LAS with trips beginning daily at 4:00 AM and ending at 12;00 AM. They feature a full fleet of vehicles including shuttle vans that are tailored to mid-size groups. Passenger pick-ups can be arranged by phone or simply walk-in to curbside at door 11.

St. George Shuttle: looking at stgshuttle.com, they are a Utah based airport transportation company and for 19 years have been providing airport shuttle service between Southern Utah and Las Vegas airport with daily trips to Salt Lake, St George, and Provo areas. Shuttles depart St. George starting at 4: AM thru 9:15 PM with 2 hour intervals, though a one-way trip between St. george and LAS takes about 70 minutes.

River City Shuttle: looking at rivercityshuttle.com, they are a Greyhound Interline Partner that connects towns such as Lake Havasu, Laughlin, and Fort Mohave to main terminals at Bullhead City and from there to the rest of the Greyhound network. Twice a day and 5 hours apart, they have scheduled trips to Mccarran Airport from these cities. You can find their vans at the hotel courtesy shuttle zone by Terminal 1 at Zero Level. Their cancellation policy includes a credit valid for one year, however this does not apply to no-shows so you must call ahead and let them know you are cancelling.



Las Vegas International Airport(LAS): McCarran International Airport named after former Nevada Senator, Pat McCarran, is located 5 miles south business district of Las Vegas. With the area of 2,800 acres and four runways, it is the main airport serving Las Vegas city, Clark County and the biggest aviation facility in Nevada.

In 2008, it recorded more than 44 million passengers and was ranked 15th in the world for passenger traffic. The capacity of the airport is estimated 53 million passengers and is predicted to reach the capacity in 2017 as Ivanpah Valley Airport is scheduled to open as the airport reliever.

Southwest Airlines and US Airways are the busiest airlines serving McCarran airport.

Las Vegas International Airport Details:

Las Vegas International Airport Contact Details:
Address: 5757 Wayne Newton Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada 89119
Phone Numbers:
- General Info (702) 261-5211
- Facsimile (702) 597-9553
- Lost & Found (702) 261-5134
- Paging (702) 261-5211
- TDD (702) 261-3111
- Flight Info (702) 261-4636
- Parking Info (702) 261-5121

LAS Airport History: George Crockett established the former Alamo Airport at the current site of McCarran Airport in 1942. In 1948, the Clark County purchased it and the Clark County public Airport was established. All the commercial airlines operated from this site. In December 1948, it was renamed McCarran Field.

The McCarran 2000 expansion plan was taken up in 1978 with the issuing of $300 million fund in 1982. The three-phase plan featured new central terminal, parking facility, additional runways, gates, passenger facilities, tunnel and roadways into the airport. The first phase was opened in 1986 and completed by 1987.

Throughout the years the expansions and the development continued. Terminal 2 was built between 1986 and 1997. The D gates with additional 28 gates were opened in 1998. Speed check kiosks were installed in 2003. The free wireless Internet service was featured in 2005 and it was the largest free wireless Internet facility in the world.

Location and Driving Directions: McCarran airport is located 5 miles from downtown Las Vegas. The streets are laid out in grid system. All the vehicles enter the airport via the McCarran airport connector. The signs will lead the vehicles to parking facilities in the airport. It is advised that passengers should notice the road signs.

From Russell Road: Drive west on Russell Road. Turn left onto Paradise Road and get in the far right lane. Go under the bridge and turn right, following the signs for all terminals and parking.

From Paradise Road: Drive south on Paradise Road and access the lanes and follow signs to the desired terminals and parking.

From I-215: Exit I-215 following the signs for McCarran International Airport.  Proceed through the northbound tunnel and access the left lane.  Follow the signs to the terminals and parking.



Las Vegas Airport Parking: McCarran Airport provides many parking options to make travelling easier and affordable for passengers. For information about the parking facilities, contact (702) 261-5122. The parking options are as follows:

Short Term garage: There are two areas designated for short-term parking. one is located on Level 2M of the public parking garage. Passengers follow red triangle signs to this area. The vehicles must not exceed 7' 0" high. The second one is the additional short-term parking area on level 1. The parking is limited for maximum 3 hours but the space designated for handicapped is for 4 hours. Rates are:

- 0 to 60 minutes $2.00
- 1 hour to 2 hours $4.00
- 2 hours to 3 hours $6.00
- Additional hours $3.00
- Daily Maximum (each 24-hour period - 30 day max) $36.00

Long Term Garage: Long Term garage is cheaper for long period of parking. It is located on Levels 1M, 2M, 3, 4, 5, and 6 of the public parking garage. Fees are paid at the tollbooth upon exit. Rates are:

- First hour $3.00
- Each additional hour $1.00
- Daily maximum $14.00

Economy Parking: The new economy parking is located off of Paradise Road and Gus Guiffre Drive. Free airport shuttle to terminal 1 is available. Rates are:

- 0 to 30 minutes $2.00
- 30 minutes to 60 minutes $3.00
- Each Additional hour $1.00
- Daily Maximum $8.00

Remote parking: It is designated for oversized vehicle or long time parking. All vehicles can park for maximum 30 days without prior notice. It is located on Gillespie Street. A free shuttle service to/from Terminal 1 is on-call at 261-5122. Rates are:

- First Hour $6.00
- Each Additional hour $3.00
- Daily Maximum $15.00

Terminal 2 Parking: It has 240 space uncovered parking for passengers using Terminal 2. Parking fees are paid prior exiting the lot at the pay station. Rates are:

- 0 to 30 minutes $2.00
- 30 minutes to 60 minutes $3.00
- Each Additional hour $1.00
- Daily Maximum $8.00



Las Vegas Airport Hotels serving McCarran:

Numerous hotels are available around the city and the airport with some located just 5 miles from downtown such as:
- Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, 3960 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89119, (702) 632-5000
- Las Vegas Hilton, 3000 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109, (702) 732-5111



Airport Terminal Information: The airport houses 2 terminals: Terminal 1 with over all 96 gates laid out in 4 concourses (A, B, C, D) and Terminal 2 with 8 gates.

All terminals provide airport facilities such as ATMs, money exchange booths, Duty free shops, Restaurants, public information booths etc. Wireless internet connection is free. Special facilities services for people with special needs are also available.

Information for each terminal that would make your travelling easier can be found below. Please confirm the information before booking as terminal information may change.

Terminal 1: Terminal 1 serves 16 major US airlines and handling the domestic flights. The terminal is separated to 3 levels:

- Level 0: For shuttle parking and CAT Parking .
- Level 1: For ticketing and Baggage Claim, it is separated to North Ticketing and South Ticketing, the speed check kiosks are also available.
- Level 2: For departures gates and the Esplanade.

Terminal one is divided by the security checkpoints into 4 sections: The Esplanade, Concourse A/B, Concourse C and Concourse D.

Terminal 1 Concourse A: .The gates are laid out on the level 2. The 16 gates are: A3, A5, A7-8, A10-12, A14-15, A17-23.

Concourse A Airlines: Airlines that operate from Concourse A:
- US Airways, (800) 428-4322, www.usairways.com

Concourse A Shops (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands):
- Brookstone
- Ethel’s Chocolate
- Hudson News
- Kids Korner II
- Las Vegas Fruits & Nuts
- Lids
- Rosetta Stone
- Sephora
- T-Shirts Ltd.
- Tax Free Duty Free
- The Candy Shoppe

Concourse A Restaurants:
- Flatbreadz
- Freshens Frozen Smoothie Company
- Moe’s Southwest Grill
- Mrs. Fields
- Vienna Beef
- TCBY
- Pretzel Maker

Terminal 1 Concourse B: .Concourse B is shaped like a Y with gates B1-2, B6, B9-B12, B14-15, B17, B19-25.

Concourse B Airlines: Airlines that operate from Concourse B:
- Southwest Airlines, (800) 435-9792, www.southwest.com
- Spirit Airlines, (800) 772-7117, www.spiritair.com
- US Airways, (800) 428-4322, www.usairways.com
- Virgin America, (877) 359-8474, www.virginamerica.com
- WestJet, (888) 937-8538, www.westjet.com

Concourse B Shops (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands):
- Best Buy Express
- Brookstone
- BTU Gifts & News
- Ethel’s Chocolate
- Hudson News
- Kids Korner II
- Las Vegas Fruits & Nuts
- Liberty Duty Free
- Lids
- Rosetta Stone
- Sephora
- T-Shirts Ltd.
- Tax Free Duty Free
- The Candy Shoppe

Concourse B Restaurants:
- 360° Burrito
- Burger King
- Chili’s Too
- Cinnabon
- Flatbreadz
- Freshens Frozen Smoothie Company
- Mrs. Field
- Vienna Beef
- Port of Subs
- TCBY
- Pretzel Maker

Terminal 1 Concourse C: .The concourse gates are as follow: C1-5, C7-9, C11-12, C14, C16, C18, C19, C21-25. McCarran airport provides the C gate line, which is an airport-automated people mover to connect the main terminal to the Concourse C gates.

Concourse C Airlines: Airlines that operate from Concourse C:
- Southwest Airlines, (800) 435-9792, www.southwest.com

Concourse C Shops (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands):
- Ayala’s News
- Best Buy Express
- Brighton Collectibles
- BTU Gifts & News
- Ethel’s Chocolate
- Hudson News
- Las Vegas Fruits & Nuts
- Mr. Boxer
- Nevada Diamond CZ
- News & Gifts
- T-Shirts Ltd.
- Turquoise Dreams

Concourse C Restaurants:
- Auntie Anne’s
- Blue Burrito Grille
- Burger King
- Buy-N-Fly
- Carvel Ice Cream
- Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
- Frankly Gourmet
- Fresh Attractions
- Pizza HUT Express
- Popeye’s Chicken & Biscuits
- Sbarro Fresh Italian Cooking
- Subway
- The Great American Bagel & Bakery
- The Original UNO Chicago Pizzeria
- Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen
- Wendy’s

Terminal 1 Concourse D: .Concourse D building is shaped like a crab with four legs and houses the gates: D1, D3-12, D14, D16-26, D31-43, D50-58. The Concourse is separated from the main terminal so the passengers should go through the D Gate Line automated people mover that shuttle back and forth between the stations. The distance of the track is two kilometers..

Concourse D Airlines: Airlines that operate from Concourse D:
- AirTran Airways, (800) 247-8726, www.airtran.com
- Alaska Airlines, (800) 426-0333, www.alaskaair.com
- Allegiant Air, (702) 505-8888, www.allegiantair.com
- American Airlines, (800) 433–7300, www.aa.com
- Continental Airlines, (800) 525–0280, www.continental.com
- Delta Airlines, (800) 221–1212, www.delta.com
- Frontier Airlines, (800) 432–1359, www.frontierairlines.com
- JetBlue, (800) 538–2583, www.jetblue.com
- Midwest Airlines, (800) 452–2022, www.midwestexpress.com
- Sun Country, (866) 359–6786, www.suncountryairlines.com - United Airline & United Express, (800) 241–6522, www.united.com

Concourse D Shops (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands):
- Best Buy Express
- Bijoux Terner
- Bose
- Brighton Collectibles
- Brookstone
- Crabtree & Evelyn
- Erwin Pearl
- Ethel’s Chocolate
- Everything’s $10
- Hudson Booksellers
- Hudson News
- Kids Works
- Las Vegas Fruits & Nuts
- Nevada Diamond
- Perfumania
- Proactive Solutions
- Rosetta Stone
- Tapout
- Tax Free Duty Free
- The Body Shop
- Tags
- Vegas Special Tees
- Wild Gecko

Concourse D Restaurants:
- Auntie Anne’s
- Baja’s Fresh
- Burger King
- California Pizza Chicken
- Chili’s Too
- Cinnabon
- Juice Express
- Mrs. Field
- Pizza HUT Express
- Port of Subs
- Quizno’s Subs
- Ruby’s Dinette
- Subway
- TCBY

Terminal 1 Esplanade: .The Esplanade is the main area, which leads to all the concourses.

The Esplanade Shops (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands):
- 24 Hour Flowers
- Accessories 4 Wireless
- Bijoux Terner
- Borders
- Brighton’s Collectibles
- Gallery of Collectibles
- Kid’s Wear and Toys
- Mr. Boxer
- New York New York Gift Shop
- PGA Tour Shop
- Simply Unique Gifts
- T-Shirt Ltd.
- The Candy Shoppe

The Esplanade Restaurants:
- Big Al’s Chicago Deli
- Don Alejandro’s Texan Grill

The Esplanade Other Services:
- Speed check Kiosks: Passengers can use these self-serviced kiosks to check in and print out their boarding pass themselves.
- Aviation Museum: The museum provides entertaining and informative history of aviation with more than 30 display cases and a short video presentation.
- Fitness Beast: This is a well-equipped gym with sauna, steam room, showers, lockers and aerobic studio. It also provides nutritional supplements. One day pass is $9.95.
- Airport MD: Provides medical services for passengers and airport employees including vaccinations, screening tests and basic medical services.
- Lost and Found
- ATMs
- Information Booth
- Free Wireless Internet Access (Wi-Fi) for use with Wi-Fi enabled devices such as laptops and mobiles.

Terminal 2: Terminal 2 serves international flights and carter flights. The custom and border protection is located here. The terminal houses 8 gates: T2-1 to T2-8. The baggage claim is on level 1 and the gates are on level 2.

Terminal 2 Airlines: Airlines that operate from Terminal 2:
- AeroMexico, (800) 237–6639, www.aeromexico.com
- Air Canada, (888) 247–2262, www.aircanada.com
- Aviacsa, (888) 528-4227, www.aviacsa.com.mx
- British Airways, (800) 247–9297 , www.british-airways.com
- Condor, Call your travel agent, www.condor.com
- Hawaiian Airlines, (800) 367–5320, www,hawaiianair.com
- Korean Air, (800) 438–5000, www.koreanair.com
- Mexicana, (800) 531–7921, www.mexicana.com
- Omni Air, (877) 718–8901 , www.omniairintl.com
- Philippine Air- Thomas Cook, Call your travel agent, www.thomascook.com
- Virgin Atlantic , (800) 862–8621, www.virgin-atlantic.com
- Viva Aerobus, Visit website, www.vivaaerobus.comlines, (800) 435–9725, www.philippineair.com

Terminal 2 Shops (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands):
- Best Buy Express
- Ethel’s Chocolate
- Liberty Duty Free
- News Travel
- PGA Tour Shop
- Sparkle Plenty
- T-Shirts Ltd.

Terminal 2 Restaurants:
- Burger King
- Carvel Ice Cream
- Pizza HUT Express

Other Ground Transportation Facilities: The ground transportation services available are as follows:

- Car Rentals:From the terminal, The Rent A Car Shuttles depart every 5 minutes to Rent A Car Center. Passengers should exit door 10 or 11. For more information about the McCarran Rent A Car Center, please call 702-261-6001
- Taxi Cabs:Taxicabs are available after baggage claim, exit door 1-4. Most taxis will not accept credit card payment. There is additional $1.80 charge on all fares originating at the airport. The maximum passengers allowed in a taxi are five.
- Limos:There are many limousines services available. The centre is on the Westside of baggage claim, outside exit door 7-13.
- Public Transportation:The airport is served by public bus run by RTC Transit. The bus stop is located at at Terminal 1 outside the Zero Level. For more information, visit http://www.rtcsouthernnevada.com

Pet Relief: The airport provides 3 designated area outside the ticketing lobby. The locations are as follows:

- South end of terminal 1 ticketing lobby past the Southwest Airline check in counter.
- North end of ticketing in the media across from the Alaska Airlines skycap podium.
- Terminal 2 Level 1.

Smart Cartes: This service helps passengers transport their baggage. The cart is available for $4 per cart in terminal 1. For International passengers in terminal 2, the carts are free.

Special Needs Facilities: TDD telephones with LED computer screens are available to assist the hearing impaired. Wheelchair service is provided free of charge by calling (702) 261-5475 or dialing 5475 on any white courtesy phone. C Gate passengers should call (702) 261-6376 from outside the airport or 6376 from any white courtesy phone.

Lockers: The airport provides lockers with biometric technology that requires no key, visitors can enjoy their visit while the belongings are securely store. Lockers are located beyond the security checkpoints. Items can be stored for maximum 48 hours. Charges are as follows:
- Medium (17" x 12" x 31") or Large (21" x 12" x 31") - $2 per hour and $8 daily maximum
- Jumbo (35" x 19" x 31") - $3 per hour and $12 daily maximum

Lost and Found: The Lost And Found office processes items found in the common areas of the airport. For items left aboard aircraft or in the case of lost baggage, passenger can contact the airline directly. The phone number is (702) 261-5134.

Passenger Drop off/Pick Up: - For dropping off passengers, the roadway signs to “Departing Flights” should be followed. Vehicles can stop at the Departure Curb. The vehicles must not exceed the height of 13 feet
- Passenger Pick Up curb is located across the pedestrian bridge from baggage claim. The vehicle height clearance for this area is 8’2"
- Cars should not be left unattended in both areas. Unattended vehicles will be towed with fine up to $150.00

Other Services: - ATMs
- Kids Play Area
- Public Internet Access
- Free Wireless Internet Access (WiFi) for use with WiFi-enabled devices such as laptops, mobiles and PDA’s.
- Mail Drop Boxes

Airlines Lounges:
- Airline Lounges are available in Terminal 1 near A/B security checkpoint for US Airways Passengers and at the D gates for Continental Airways
- A VIP Room is also located in Terminal 2 for passenger and used as determined by the airlines.

Las Vegas Airport Security: For smooth passing through security checkpoints, passengers should keep in mind the following:

- Only passengers with tickets are allowed beyond security checkpoints. s. Exceptions can be made to assist unaccompanied minors or passengers with special needs.

- All liquids must be contained in a bottle 3 ounces or less and placed inside a one quart, clear, plastic, zip-top bag. Only one bag per passenger is permitted. There are exceptions for baby food/formula as well as items needed for special medical purposes.

- Carry on is limited to 1 personal item and 1 standard piece luggage.  Personal items may include a purse, backpack, fanny pack, laptop computer, diaper bag, etc. Standard luggage may include a garment bag, suitcase, duffel bag, rolling bag, etc, provided, the piece conform to the airline’s size requirements and can fit in the overhead bin or below the seat. Contact your airline for more information



City of Las Vegas: Las Vegas, located in Nevada, Clark County, US, is famously known as "The Entertainment Capital of the World”. The city is one of a kind. In one century after its founding, the city grows the fastest and relentless for tourism purposes. In addition to this the film industry frequently uses the city as a setting for movies.

With the length of 6.1 km, Las Vegas strip is the area where most largest hotels, and resorts are located. It is the most popular destination for tourists visiting the city. The central business district is located at downtown Las Vegas.

Tourism is the main drive for Las Vegas’ economy. It saw approximately 36 millions visitors a year that come for conventions, meetings, shopping, and vacation. Hotels are not the only things Las Vegas has to offer, it also boasts fine dining, museums, Wild West and great outdoor experiences and many more.

City of Las Vegas History: A scout called Rafael Rivera, who found the valley full with wild grasses and abundant water supply in 1829, named it Las Vegas, which means “The Meadows”. Later on, John C. Freemont a group leader of scientists for US Army Corps of Engineers arrived in Las Vegas and denoted the findings of two springs in his journal that attracted more people to the area.

In 1855, the Mormons from Salt Lake settled and built a fort as a stopover and protection for the Mormon travelers from Salt Lake to Mormon colony in California. They abandoned the site two years later but the fort remains there until now and is the oldest building in Las Vegas.

In the 1900s Las Vegas remained a popular spot for stopover, refueling and rest stop for travelers. In 1905 Las Vegas became a railroad town with the area of 110 acres owned by Montana Senator, William Clark. In 1911, it was incorporated as a city.

When the Hover Dam was completed in 1935, residents and tourism started growing rapidly. The city is one of the fastest growing cities in US. Today, Las Vegas is considered one of the world’s most attractive entertainment destinations.

City of Las Vegas Geography: Las Vegas is located in the center of a 600 square miles desert valley, surrounded by barren mountains of Sierra Nevada and the Spring Mountains.

Las Vegas city covers the area of 340 square kilometer, almost all of it land, with 0.16 km squares of water. Hoover Dam, 48 km south Las Vegas plays an important role for the city’s life. The dam generates the massive electricity need, while Lake Mead, the reservoir created by the dame supply water for the city.

Las Vegas Climate: Las Vegas lies on Mojave Desert so the climate is desert climate. The city enjoys many sunny days with very little rainfall. Summer is hot and dry with average high temperature of 95 and nighttime low of 70. Winters are very pleasant with clear sky and mild temperature. Springs and falls are very enjoyable. The climate of Las Vegas is very favorable for a tourism destination.

Las Vegas Airports: There are six General Aviation facilities in Clark County Aviation System and owned by the county, three of which serve Las Vegas: McCarran International Airport, North Las Vegas Airport and Henderson Executive Airport. Meanwhile, a new relief airport, Ivanpah Valley Airport is currently being constructed with an opening date of 2017.

City of Las Vegas General Information:

City of Las Vegas Mayor's Office:
- 400 Stewart Avenue Las Vegas, NV 89101-2986
- Phone: (702) 229-6241
- Fax: (702) 385-7960 - Website: www.lasvegasnevada.gov

City of Las Vegas Police Department:
- Emergencies Only Dial 911
- Non-Emergencies Dial (702) 828-3111
- Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department
- 3141 Sunrise Avenue
- Las Vegas, NV 89101
- Website: www.lvmpd.com


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