Nevada International and Major Airports

Major Airports Code  
Laughlin/Bullhead City Intl. Airport IFP

Las Vegas - McCarran International Airport (LAS) Guide

Las Vegas McCarran International Airport LAS
Reno/Tahoe International Airport RNO
   
Regional Airports  
Carson City Airport (small airport)  
   
Airport Delays  
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There are 54 airports in Nevada that the public can use. People come to the "Silver State" from all over the globe and the airports in Nevada are well equipped to meet the growing demands of tourism in the state. The airports in Nevada are well connected to the other states in USA.

The international airports in Nevada are the McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas and the Reno/ Tahoe International Airport in Reno.

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    McCarran International Airport

    cCarran International Airport
    McCarran International Airport Photo by Las Vegas Review-Journal
    McCarran International Airport (LAS) is the principal commercial airport serving the Las Vegas Valley, a major metropolitan area in the state of Nevada. It is located in Paradise, about 5 miles south of Downtown Las Vegas. The airport is owned by Clark County and operated by the Clark County Department of Aviation. It is named after the late U.S. Senator Pat McCarran who contributed to the development of aviation both in Las Vegas and on a national scale. LAS consists of 2,800 acres of land.

    The McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas is a busy airport with almost 45 million travelers using the airport annually. The airport has many amenities to ensure a smooth travel for its customers. The airport has many restaurants, pay phones, assistance for the disabled including free wheel chair service provided by the airport, banking facilities and many news and gift shops. The airport has good parking facilities too.

    Some of the airlines that serve at this airport are Air Canada, Air Tran, AA, Delta Airlines, Jet Blue Airways, Miami Air, Philippine Airlines, United Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Sky Service Airlines, Omni Air International, Northwest Airlines, Allegiant Air, Air Transat, Aero Mexico, ATA and Southwest airlines.  - List of US Airlines

    One can book the tickets to these airlines online. Some of these airlines also offer special fares and discounts for booking tickets online.

    Reno/Tahoe International Airport

    Reno/Tahoe International Airport
    Reno/Tahoe International Airport
    Reno–Tahoe International Airport (RNO) is a public and military use airport situated three nautical miles southeast of downtown Reno, in Washoe County, Nevada. It is the second busiest commercial airport in the state after McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas.

    Reno/Tahoe International Airport includes an area of 1,450 acres at an elevation of 4,415 feet above mean sea level. There are three runways with concrete surfaces:

    • Runway 16R/34L is 11,002 by 150 feet.
    • Runway 16L/34R is 9,000 by 150 feet.
    • Runway 7/25 is 6,102 by 150 feet.
    A new 200-foot ATCT replaced the old tower in the fall of 2010. It was designed by the Parsons Design Firm, who designed of many other ATCT towers. The new tower was approximately 30 million dollars.

    Boulder City Municipal Airport

    Boulder City Municipal Airport
    Boulder City Municipal Airport
    Boulder City Municipal Airport (BVU, formerly 61B) is a public use airport situated one nautical mile southwest of the central business district of Boulder City, in Clark County, Nevada. It is owned by Boulder City Municipality.

    The airport contains an area of 530 acres) at an elevation of 2,203 feet above mean sea level. There are three runways with asphalt surfaces:

    Runway 9L/27R is 2,166 by 60 feet.

    Runway 9R/27L is 4,803 by 75 feet.

    Runway 15/33 is 3,852 by 75 feet

    Henderson Executive Airport

    Henderson Executive Airport
    Henderson Executive Airport Photo by prkralex
    Henderson Executive Airport (HND) is a public airport situated 11 nautical miles south of the central business district of Las Vegas, in Clark County, The airport is owned by Clark County and operated by the Clark County Department of Aviation

    Henderson Executive Airport includes 760 acres at an elevation of 2,492 feet above mean sea level. There two asphalt paved runways:

    • Runway 17R/35L is 6,501 by 100 feet

    • Runway 17L/35R is 5,001 by 75 feet.

    The city is located in the Mojave Desert with wildlife and vegetation typical of the Mojave. The mountains surrounding Henderson have gentle slopes. The McCullough Range is closest to the city; most of this range is covered by black rocks from a volcanic explosion millions of years ago. These mountains on average are about 3,800 feet in height. The landscape is all desert; the only water in the city is found in washes such as Duck Creek.

    North Las Vegas Airport

    North Las Vegas Airport
    North Las Vegas Airport
    North Las Vegas Airport (VGT) is located three miles northwest of downtown Las Vegas, in North Las Vegas. It is owned by Clark County and operated by the Clark County Department of Aviation.

    The North Las Vegas Airport is a regional airport that is the second busiest of all the airports in Nevada. The airport is well built with meeting rooms, business conference areas, restaurants, disabled friendly services and many shopping and dining areas. the North Las Vegas Airport is used a lot for general aviation purposes. It is the main airport in the Las Vegas area for general aviation and scenic tours, which allows McCarran International Airport to focus on airline flights.

    The airport consists of 920 acres at an elevation of 2,205 feet. There three asphalt runways:

    • Runway 7/25 is 5,005 by 75 feet.
    • Runway 12R/30L is 5,001 by 75 feet.
    • Runway 12L/30R is 4,203 by 75 feet.  - List of US Airlines

    Elko Regional Airport

    Elko Regional Airport
    Elko Regional Airport
    Elko Regional Airport (EKO), Previously called Elko Municipal Airport, it is located a mile west of downtown Elko, in Elko County, Nevada.

    The airport was named J.C. Harris Field in 1975 in honor of Jess C. Harris, a sheriff from Elko known as "The Flying Sheriff".

    EKO Airport consists of 700 acres. There are two asphalt runways:

    • Runway 5/23 measures 7,214 x 150 feet.
    • Runway 12/30 measures 2,871 x 60 feet.  - List of US Airlines

    Other Important Airports in Nevada

    Gerlach, Black Rock City Airport; Carson City, Carson Airport; Tonopah, Tonopah Airport; Lovelock, Derby Field

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