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Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (LAS)
In this article, we review which airports had the highest number of aircraft movements in 2022, based on the total number of landings, take-offs, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Memphis International Airport has become the second Tennessee airport to be added to Spirit Airlines route map, to be launched in June 2022.
New software that calculates gate pushbacks at busy hub airports, has been announced by the U.S. Transportation Department’s FAA and NASA, with aims to launch the advanced technology at 27 airports.
This renovation is an example of McCarran International Airport’s commitment to enhancing the customer experience.
To help protect airport workforce and passengers from COVID-19, TSA installs new acrylic barriers at Las Vegas McCarran Airport’s security checkpoints.
McCarran Airport joins over 3,400 destinations and high-traffic locations in Las Vegas serviced by self-driving cars.
The three-month trial will test the body scanner on a voluntary basis before the successful completion of the trial period sees more scanners installed throughout the terminal.
This first-of-its-kind scanner is hoped to increase the level of security offered at Las Vegas' airport, while decreasing queue time.
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Delta Air Lines has one of the largest and most complex transportation networks in the world, with 180 million passengers annually. Delta’s customers trust the airline with the responsibility of transporting their 120 million collective bags, which generate over two billion tracking points. Bill Lentsch, Senior Vice President of Airport…
27 October 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
The second phase of a $65 million runway renovation project at McCarran International Airport (LAS) has begun replacing the existing asphalt of Runway 7L/25R with more durable concrete.
7 August 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Las Vegas McCarran International Airport introduces SITA’s Phase 4.0 automated passport control (APC) kiosks to accelerate the custom and border process.
27 April 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
McCarran International Airport, Las Vegas has announced the reopening of Runway 7L/25R part of a $67 million project to replace the runway surface.
13 November 2013 | By McCarran
McCarran International Airport has received TSA approval to fully utilize its automated exit lane corridors...