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About McCarran International Airport

McCarran International Airport is the principal commercial airport serving Las Vegas and Clark County, Nevada. The airport is located five miles south of the central business district of Las Vegas. It covers an area of 2,800 acres and has four runways.

In 2006, McCarran ranked eleventh in the world and sixth in the United States for passenger traffic, with 46,194,882 passengers passing through the terminal.

As of March 2008, Southwest Airlines operated more flights out of McCarran than at any other airport. Southwest also carries the most passengers in and out of McCarran. Southwest currently operates out of 21 gates, primarily in Concourse C, at McCarran. The US Airways night-flight hub operation, established in 1986 by predecessor America West Airlines, makes the carrier McCarran's second busiest airline.

McCarran Airport is somewhat unusual in that it has more than 1,300 slot machines throughout the airport terminals. Reno/Tahoe International Airport also has gambling machines both airside and landside.

Terminal 1

Terminal 1 handles most flights and contains 96 gates in four concourses. People movers connect concourses C and D with the Terminal 1 check-in and baggage claim areas.

Concourse A

Concourse B

Concourse C

Concourse D

Terminal 2



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