Airports in Las Vegas
The major airport in Las Vegas is Las Vegas McCarran International Airport. Nearby are the following airports: Saint George Municipal Airport (105.9 miles), Lake Havasu City Municipal Airport (119.6 miles), Inyokern Kern County Airport (155.4 miles), Grand Canyon National Park Airport (167.7 miles), Ontario International Airport (203.2 miles) and Burbank Bob Hope Airport (227.3 miles). Las Vegas International Airport is represented by the code: LAS.
Las Vegas McCarran International Airport has excellent facilities and many helpful services. Information booths can be found all around the airport. By dialing “0” at the courtesy telephones you will be able to receive information and assistance. The Lost and Found baggage office is in Terminal 1. A bank in the airport offers banking services as well as foreign exchange. ATMs can be found all through the airport building. Phone banks within the airport provide fax and Internet connection. SpeedCheck allows you to check in and print a boarding pass if you are not booking in any luggage. The fist aid station is well equipped to deal with a variety of needs. There are several venues for eating and drinking in Las Vegas airport. Many shops are located within the airport selling everything from flowers, to books, toys and more. The VIP lounge in Terminal 2 provides business facilities for travelers. Various services are in place for the disabled. Las Vegas airport parking is large and sufficient for travelers' needs.
Whilst in the airport of Las Vegas, why not stop by the Howard W Cannon Aviation Museum where you can view a video showing the history of aviation in the area. Also keeping travelers busy is an art gallery and several game machines. In the fitness center is a sauna, steam room, workout area and showers.
No matter how long your wait at Las Vegas McCarran International Airport, you are certain to have a pleasant experience.