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About Las Vegas Airport

Las Vegas' Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) was the eighth busiest airport in the United States in 2021, handling approximately 39 million passengers. Getting around the airport will be easier with the help of this Las Vegas Airport map and LAS Terminals guide.

The airport has 6 onsite parking lots that are supplemented by several offsite LAS parking lots near the airport.

From 1968 to December 2021, the airport was called McCarran International Airport, after U.S. Senator Pat McCarran. In 2021, the Clark County Commission voted unanimously to rename the airport Harry Reid International Airport after Senator Harry Reid.

LAS serves as a gateway to the iconic Las Vegas Strip, the Grand Canyon, Death Valley, and a slew of other national parks.

There are exactly 110 gates to the airplanes at the Las Vegas Airport. These gates are split between two terminal buildings known as Terminal 1 (sometimes abbreviated as T1) and Terminal 3 (often abbreviated as T3). Each of the two LAS terminals has its own parking lot, baggage claim, and ticketing area, in addition to several different restaurants and shopping establishments to choose from.

Because there is no connection between the two terminal buildings in any form, all passengers need to be familiar with the Las Vegas Airport terminal map before arriving at the airport.

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Las Vegas Airport Quick Facts
Airport Name Harry Reid International Airport
Las Vegas Airport Code LAS
Terminals 2 terminals - T1 & T3; 5 concourses; 108 gates
Airport Address 5757 Wayne Newton Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119
Distance from Downtown Vegas 5 miles approx.
Official Website
Contact Number (702) 261-5211
No Of Destinations 150
Hub For American Airlines
Flight Status: Departures and arrivals
TSA Wait Times

Las Vegas Airport Terminals

Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 are the two terminals at LAS. Terminal 1 only serves domestic flights and houses Concourses A, B, C, and D. Terminal 3 caters to both domestic and international flights and houses Concourses D and E. Although the terminals are in distinct buildings, an automated people mover connects the terminals and the satellite D Concourse.

There's always plenty to do at Harry Reid Airport, whether you're coming, exiting, or transferring. See if you can spot gambling machines located throughout the terminals on the Las Vegas Airport terminal map.

Departures and arrivals are on Terminal 1's lower level. Ground transit connects the two sectors. You'll find baggage claim carousels, an airport tram station, and ground transportation services on the bottom level of Terminal 3.

How to get between the terminals at Las Vegas Airport

Harry Reid Airport Tram

The airport tram transports passengers within the secure area between terminals and gates. There are three colored lines to help passengers determine which route they need.

Airport Shuttle Bus

The airport shuttle bus ferries passengers between terminals every 15-30 minutes. Because buses operate outside the secure zone, travelers must re-clear security upon arrival at the connecting station.

You can find bus departures at Terminal 1 on Level 0 across the pedestrian crosswalk. Terminal 3 also has bus departures on Level 0 in the center curb area.


Pedestrian walkways connect Terminal 1's A, B, and C gates. The A and B gates are just a short walk apart, whereas the C gates are a little further away. Therefore, passengers must walk via the C annex from the B gates or the corridor close to the A/B security checkpoint to reach the C gates.

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EV parking

Electric vehicle charging is available in Terminal 1 & Terminal 3 parking garages. Currently, it's available for valet customers only.

Onsite and offsite parking

There are 6 onsite parking lots at Harry Reid airport offering long term and short term parking. For those looking for more affordable options, several offsite lots offer LAS parking near the airport.

Oversized parking

Gilespie Road, across from the Harry Reid International Airport Rent-A-Car Center, has oversized vehicle parking. Vehicles that are more than 22 feet long, 8 12 feet wide, or 13 12 feet tall must use the Oversize/Remote Lot. There is a courtesy shuttle service to and from Terminals 1 and 3. Simply pick up the courtesy phone in the parking lot and call for assistance.

Accessible parking

There is a section reserved specifically for disabled drivers and passengers in all of the Harry Reid Airport parking lots. It is conveniently located adjacent to the elevators or shuttle stops.

Pet relief areas

Las Vegas Airport offers designated enclosed pet relief facilities available at the airport situated at:

  • On the connector bridge between B and C gates.
  • In the open lobby area, on the upper level of the D gates.
  • Across gate E11
  • Outside the doors 7 and 13 in the ground transportation area

Las Vegas Security and Customs

Terminal 1 at LAS features a total of three checkpoints for airport security, while Terminal 3 only has one. The hours of operation for each are different.

How to get to Las Vegas Airport


The Westcliff Airport Express (WAX) routes 108 to Paradise and 109 to Maryland Parkway, all stopping at Terminal 1. Buses run from level 0 to level 1, down one level from baggage claim, and across the pedestrian walkway. The Westcliff Airport Express (WAX) and Centennial Express (CX) lines run from curbside departures on level 2 to Terminal 3.


  • Inter-city shuttles: There are private and shared shuttles available to towns outside of Las Vegas.
  • Inner-city shuttles: On arrival, shared shuttles are available for hire outside doors 7-13 at Terminal 1 baggage claim. Shuttles are also available from level 0 at Terminal 3. Services stop at many points for people traveling on the same route and are a less expensive alternative to taxis.


Taxis are accessible outside baggage claim exits 1-4 at Terminal 1 and on Level 0 at Terminal 3. A trip to the Las Vegas Strip costs $20 to $30, depending on the hotel.


Both Uber and Lyft can pick up and drop off customers at LAS. Drivers can pick up customers from Terminal 1's level 2M parking garage and Terminal 3's valet level.

Driving directions to Las Vegas Airport

From North Las Vegas

Get on I-15 South until you reach West Tropicana Avenue in Paradise. Continue west on Tropicana Avenue and use the right three lanes to turn right onto Harry Reid Airport Connector/Paradise Road.

From Grand Canyon

Take Pierce Ferry Road to US-93 in Dolan Springs. Continue north on US-93, then onto I-11 until exit 23, where you will merge onto I-215 West. Take exit 10 for Sunset Road/Harry Reid Airport and merge onto the Harry Reid Airport Connector.

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Frequently asked questions

Is there a free shuttle from Las Vegas airport to hotels?

Some Vegas Hotels and casinos provide free shuttle rides from the airport, but you must confirm beforehand.

Can you get a limo at Las Vegas Airport?

There are private limo agencies that will pick you up from Las Vegas Airport if you book ahead.

What is the cheapest way to get from Las Vegas airport to the strip?

The RTC Airport Bus at Harry Reid Airport is a quick and easy method to get to the Las Vegas Strip from the airport. The bus runs every 15 minutes and can take you to your destination.

How early do I need to be at the airport in Las Vegas?

When traveling within the United States, check in at the Las Vegas airport no later than 90 minutes before your scheduled departure time. When traveling internationally, check in at the airport two hours before your scheduled departure time.

Can I walk from the Las Vegas Airport to the strip?

Yes, you can walk from Las Vegas Airport to the strip if you aren't hauling a lot of luggage.

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