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About McCarran

Airplane in airFrom claiming bags and finding a ride, to waiting for your flight or simply checking last minute e-mails, McCarran International Airport is designed to keep its thousands of daily travelers at ease.

Aside from the necessary accommodations of easy check-in and ground transportation, there are hundreds of things to keep even the most antsy of travelers busy — not because flights are often delayed, but because Las Vegas is a city where relaxing and staying entertained are the top priorities.

Leaving? Before your farewell fun starts, check-in, double check your flight time and status, make it past security and locate your gate.

Many larger, domestic airlines offer counter, curbside and electronic check-in and two carryon items per flight. All international flights as well as Luggage pricing varies by carrier, so double check online how many bags you can afford to check before getting to the airport.

  • Terminal 1
  • Terminal 2
  • McCarran Aiport SignAirTran
  • Alaska
  • Allegian Air
  • American Airlines
  • Continental
  • Delta
  • Frontier Airlines
  • Jetblue Airways
  • Midwest
  • Northwest
  • Southwest
  • Spirit
  • Sun Country
  • Ted/United/United Express
  • US Airways
  • Virgin America
  • McCarran Aiport SignAeroMexico
  • Air Canada
  • Aviacsa
  • Belair, BMI
  • Condor
  • Hawaiian Airlines
  • Korean Air
  • Mexicana
  • Omni Air
  • Philippine Airlines
  • Ryan Airlines
  • Sunwing
  • Thomas Cook
  • Virgin Atlantic


McCarran Airport MapIf you’re just arriving to Las Vegas and need to catch a ride to your hotel or casino, don’t forget to grab your bags first. There are 16 luggage claim carousels in Terminal 1 on Level 1 — don’t worry, signs will get you there. If your bags don’t arrive when you do, there is an information booth between the north and south baggage claim areas where someone will assist you. There is also an information booth near Terminal 1 check-in counters for those departing out of McCarran.

Once you’ve got your bags, McCarran offers hotel check-in for certain Las Vegas hotels and even cheap transportation to get there. In both Terminal 1 and 2, options for taking a shuttle, catching a cab, renting a car or being picked up by friends are available across the pedestrian bridge outside the luggage carousels on Level 1. Most shuttles run about $6 to get to hotels on the strip and there are more than eight taxicab services available 24 hours a day.

Limo services are also available. If you haven’t made arrangements prior to your arrival, someone at the information booth can help.

If you’re looking for somewhere to park, like any airport, McCarran offers long- term and short-term parking. Long-term garage parking costs $3 for the first hour, $1 for each additional hour or $14 a day. Picking someone up? Short-term parking is 25 cents for 10 minutes or $4.50 for the maximum three hours on Level 1 and 2. Valet parking is also offered on Level 2 for a minimum of $6, with $1 for each additional hour or a $21 all-day maximum.

Once all the business is taken care of, travelers can enjoy hundreds of retail and specialty shops scattered throughout McCarran. From fashion boutiques, high-end clothing companies, sunglasses and jewelry, to wireless accessories, luggage, audio equipment and never ending hotel gift shops, this airport has it all. McCarran also has two duty free shops, a place to buy fine cigars, candle companies, several bookstores, pro shops, four shoe-shining stations and a flower boutique.

Travelers can also enjoy the convenience of FREE Internet access, as Wi-fi is offered at various locations throughout McCarran.

View McCarran Airport Map (Updated Monthly)

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