Las Vegas Airport LAS
McCarran International Airport (IATA): LAS, ICAO: KLAS, FAA LID: LAS) is the main commercial airport in Las Vegas and the entire Clark County, Nevada area.
Las Vegas Airport is located 5 miles south of the Las Vegas business district in the village of Paradise. It covers an area of 1,113 ha. and has 4 airstrips.
The airport is owned by Clark County and operated by the County Aviation Department. It is the largest operating center of Southwest Airlines and Allegiant Air. Since February 2012, the airport has also been a crew and maintenance base for Spirit Airlines. In 2006, McCarran was one of the most active airports in the world, ranked 11th in the world and sixth in the United States with 46,194,882 passengers and fifth in the world and the United States on aircraft with 605,046 take-offs and landings.
McCarran and the county aviation department are solvent companies, which do not require county funding4 Until July 2007, Southwest Airlines operated more flights at McCarran than at any other airport. In addition, Southwest is the airline that carries the largest number of passengers in McCarran, on both departure and arrival flights.
Southwest currently operates in 21 doors, mainly in Hall C. McCarran Airport is unusual because it has more than 1,300 slot machines along its terminals, a feature it shares with the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. The maximum capacity of the airport is estimated at 53 million passengers and 625,000 aircraft movements. There is speculation that the airport will reach this capacity by 2020, and plans are underway to use Ivanpah Airport to ease the eventual McCarran congestion.
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