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Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) is the ninth-busiest airport in the U.S., transporting over 51 million passengers in 2019. LAS is the gateway to the famous Las Vegas Strip, Grand Canyon, and Death Valley, along with a whole host of other national parks.
Whether you’re flying to Las Vegas or have a layover in LAS, here’s everything you need to know about Harry Reid International Airport.
Airport: Harry Reid International Airport (LAS)
Terminals: 2; Terminals 1 and 3
Airport Address: 5757 Wayne Newton Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89119
Distance from downtown Las Vegas: Approximately 5 miles (8 km)
Phone Number: 702-261-5211
Passengers Served: 49.7 million annually (2021)
Daily Flights: 500
Destinations Served: 150+ cities worldwide
Flight Information: LAS departures and arrivals can be viewed online
LAS has 2 main terminal buildings, and both terminals have multiple gate areas. Terminal 1 is the main domestic terminal with flights operating from A, B, C, and D gates. Terminal 3 is the international and domestic terminal, with flights operating from D and E gates.
Terminals 1 and 3 are not connected, so passengers are advised to check ahead for the correct terminal to avoid having to ride the shuttle bus between terminals. Shuttles run every 20 to 30 minutes on Level 0 of both Terminals 1 and 3.
Check-in and arrivals are on the lower level of Terminal 1 with ground transportation services in between the 2 areas.
The Terminal 1 Esplanade is on the upper level with a food court, shops, security checkpoints, and the airport tram station.
The A gate departure area has 16 gates numbered A3, A5, A7, A8, A10 to A12, A14, A15, and A17 to A23 with flights operated by Allegiant Air and Spirit Airlines. There is a small selection of shops and restaurants in the departure area with the majority pre-security in the terminal Esplanade.
After passing through the A/B security checkpoint from Terminal 1, the A gates are to the right.
The B and C gates are easily accessible from the A gates. or to connect to the D or E gates, passengers can take the airport tram.
The B gate departure area has 17 gates numbered B1, B2, B6, B9-B12, B14, B15, B17, and B19 to B25. Southwest and Spirit Airlines operate from the B gates, and the area has a good selection of shops, bars, and restaurants, including Starbucks and Hudson News.
To reach the B gates, pass through the A/B security checkpoint from Terminal 1 and turn left down the long corridor.
To connect to the A gates, take the walkway back towards the A/B checkpoint and turn left. To connect to the C gates, take the walkway to the right of Starbucks walking past the pharmacy and pet relief area.
To connect to the D or E gates, take the corridor as if walking to the C gates and take a left to the airport tram station where you can ride the blue line to the D gates with onward services to the E gates.
The C gate departure area has 18 gates numbered C1 to C5, C7 to C9, C11, C12, C14, C16, C19, and C21 to C25.
The concourse is quite long, and passengers that are flying from gates C1 to C22 can pass through the C/D security checkpoint and take the green line on the airport tram to the bottom end of the concourse.
Passengers flying from gates C23 to C25 may find it quicker to pass through the C annex checkpoint and walk along to their departure gate. Due to the size of the concourse, there are plenty of shops and restaurants, including The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Wendy’s, and Jamba Juice.
To connect to gate areas A or B, take the corridor at the north end of the concourse (to the left of Jamba Juice), or to reach the D or E gates, take the blue line on the airport tram.
The D gate area is the largest concourse at LAS with 44 gates numbered D1, D3 to D12, D14, D16 to D22, D24 to D26, D32 to D43, and D50 to D59.
The center of the concourse is where the airport tram station is situated, and passengers can ride the blue line from the D gates to the A, B, or C gates, or the red line to the E gates.
Terminal 3 arrivals is on the lower level with the baggage claim carousels, airport tram station, ground transportation services, and TSA’s innovation security checkpoint.
Departures is on the upper level with the ticketing desks and security checkpoint located through the E gate departure area.
The E gate departure area has 14 gates numbered E1 to E12, E14, and E15. Most of the international airlines operate from the E gates, and the concourse has a range of shops and restaurants and The Club at LAS lounge.
To connect from the E to the D gates, passengers can ride the red line tram, or onward on the blue line to reach the other gate areas.
The frequent airport tram transports passengers between terminals and gates within the secure area. There are 3 colored lines to help passengers identify which route they require.
|Terminal 1 to C gates / C gates to Terminal 1|
|D gates to Terminal 1 / Terminal 1 to D gates|
|Terminal 3 to D gates / D gates to Terminal 3|
The airport shuttle bus runs every 20 to 30 minutes and transports passengers between terminals. Buses operate outside of the secure area, so passengers need to re-clear security on arrival at the connecting terminal.
Buses depart from Terminal 1 on Level 0, outside door exits 7 to 13, and Terminal 3 on Level 0 on both the west end to serve domestic travelers and the east end to serve international travelers.
Terminal 1’s A, B, and C gates are connected via pedestrian walkways.
The A and B gates are closely located just a short walk from each other, while the C gates are a bit further away. To reach the C gates, passengers need to walk through the C annex from the B gates or walk through the corridor next to the A/B security checkpoint.
LAS encourages passengers to keep fit and walk around the airport terminals before their flights. The colored lines in the above map are suggested routes and distances (more detailed maps are available on the airport’s Fly Fit! page). Note that luggage storage is not available, so you’ll need to bring your carry-on and personal items with you.
LAS has 3 security checkpoints in Terminal 1 and 1 checkpoint in Terminal 3. Each has varying opening hours:
|Terminal 1: A/B Checkpoint||3:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.|
|Terminal 1: C Annex Checkpoint||3:05 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.|
|Terminal 1: C/D Checkpoint||Open 24 hours|
|Terminal 3 Checkpoint||3:30 a.m. to 1:30 a.m.|
|Terminal 3 (Innovation Checkpoint)||6 a.m. to 2 p.m.|
Hot Tip: TSA Security doesn’t have to be stressful. Here’s our guide on how to easily get through TSA stress-free.
LAS has dedicated TSA PreCheck lanes at each terminal, but these do not have the same opening hours as the standard checkpoint lanes:
|TSA PreCheck Lanes||Opening Hours|
|Terminal 1: A/B Checkpoint||3 a.m. to 12 a.m.|
|Terminal 1: C Annex Checkpoint||Monday and Tuesday: 3 a.m. to 7 p.m.|
Wednesday to Sunday: 3 a.m. to 8 p.m.
|Terminal 1: C/D Checkpoint||3 a.m. to 12 a.m.|
|Terminal 3 Checkpoint||3 a.m. to 12 a.m.|
These opening hours are subject to change, so check the TSA PreCheck schedule. Outside of the above hours, passengers will receive expedited screening in the standard checkpoint lanes, but this will differ from the PreCheck screening process.
LAS has a TSA PreCheck Enrollment Center in Terminal 1 baggage claim outside of the secure area, so passengers can arrange their interview after being conditionally approved. The Enrollment Center is open Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m., 9:20 a.m. to 11 a.m., 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., and 1:20 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. You can find the most up-to-date hours online.
Hot Tip: TSA PreCheck can be especially helpful for travelers who regularly fly out of LAS, as it consistently falls within the 5 U.S. airports with the longest average security wait times.
LAS has Global Entry kiosks for passengers who have been approved. Applicants that have been conditionally approved need to arrange an interview at an Enrollment Center to complete their application. LAS has an Enrollment Center in Terminal 3 open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and also has Enrollment on Arrival daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
LAS has CLEAR lanes at all security checkpoints apart from the Terminal 3 innovation checkpoint. All checkpoints excluding the C/D gates checkpoint are open daily from 4 a.m. to 8 p.m. and the C/D checkpoints are open daily from 4 a.m. to 10 p.m.
LAS has a CLEAR Enrollment Center in Terminal 2 near check-in, although you can enroll at the above checkpoints with the same hours.
There are 6 lounges at LAS with 3 offering day-pass access (for a fee) to all passengers, regardless of travel class or frequent flyer status.
Note that the 2 USO lounges are reserved exclusively for active military personnel and their dependents.
|Lounge||Location||Opening Hours*||Day Pass Fee per Person**|
|The Centurion Lounge||Concourse D, opposite gate D1||Daily: 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.||N/A|
The Club at LAS
|Concourse D, near gate D33||Daily: 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.||
|Terminal 3, Concourse E, opposite gate E2||Daily: 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.|
|United Club||Concourse D, between gates D33 and D35 on level 3||Daily: 4:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.||$59|
USO Lounge (active military)
|Terminal 1, near the A and B security checkpoints (pre-security)||Open 24 hours||N/A|
|Terminal 3, in baggage claim area near carousels 20 and 21||Daily: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.||N/A|
* Hours are subject to change without notice. Lounge access may be restricted at times due to capacity.
** Day Pass for any passenger. Lounges marked as N/A only allow entry for eligible passengers in their premium cabins, frequent flyer programs, or participating credit card programs.
Hot Tip: Avoid paying lounge entry fees simply by having a credit card that offers complimentary lounge access.
The Club at LAS lounges accepts Priority Pass entry, subject to capacity allowances. Explore more about the Priority Pass in our Priority Pass guide, along with which credit cards pay for your Priority Pass membership.
LAS has more than 65 restaurants, bars, cafes, and grab-and-go kiosks with most located at the departure concourses. If you’re looking for somewhere to grab a bite outside of the secure area, the Terminal 1 Esplanade is the place to go.
View what restaurants are available in each terminal/concourse on the LAS airport website.
Free Wi-Fi is available in all public areas at LAS.
Charging Stations: These are located throughout Terminals 1 and 3 with recharge zones at the gate areas. Dedicated workstations are also available for laptop charging.
Hot Tip: Not all airports offer free Wi-Fi. If you don’t want to worry about being disconnected, you may want to pick up a mobile hotspot to keep you connected.
If a personal possession is lost in the public areas of LAS, at the security checkpoints, or departure gates, you can contact the lost and found department at 702-261-5134 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. PST Sunday to Friday, or submit a claim online.
If your item was lost on an airplane, you will need to contact the applicable airline.
Information booths can be found in both terminals in the baggage areas, or for assistance out of hours, passengers can dial 0 from the airport’s white courtesy phones.
There is not a Travelers Aid center at LAS, however, the closest center is located at 1640 E. Flamingo Rd., #100, Las Vegas, NV 89119. You can contact Travelers Aid at 702-369-4357.
A children’s play area can be found in the D gates building on the upper level of the open lobby. LAS ranks as one of the top most kid-friendly U.S. airports.
LAS has nursing pods in all terminal/departure areas:
While LAS doesn’t rank among the top pet-friendly U.S. airports, the airport still offers designated enclosed pet relief areas located at:
Duty-free shopping can be found near gates D17 and E7.
Designated smoking areas are located:
ATMs are located throughout the terminals and concourses.
There are no baggage storage facilities on airport property. LAS recommends third-party company “Bags To Go” located at 4057 Dean Martin Dr., Las Vegas, NV, 89103.
The University Medical Center (UMC) is a medical clinic in Terminal 1 on level 2 near the A/B security checkpoint, open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
General Inquiries: 702-261-5211
Car Parking: 702-261-5121
Car Rental Center: 702-261-6001
Lost and Found: 702-261-5134
Traveling to/from LAS, passengers can choose to ride a public bus, organize a private or shared-ride shuttle, or grab a taxi from outside of the terminal.
RTC Public Bus: The Centennial Express (CX) route serves Terminal 3 with buses operating from curbside departures on level 2.
Taxis are available outside exits 1-4 of baggage claim at Terminal 1 and on Level 0 at Terminal 3. Prices to the Las Vegas Strip range from $18 to $30, depending on which hotel you’re going to.
Take I-15 South and follow until West Tropicana Avenue in Paradise. Take exit 37 continuing west on Tropicana Avenue and use the right 3 lanes to turn right onto Harry Reid Airport Connector/Paradise Road.
Follow Pierce Ferry Road to US-93 in Dolan Springs. Head north on US-93 and continue onto I-11 until exit 23 where you merge onto I-215 West. Take exit 10 towards Sunset Road/Harry Reid Airport and merge onto the Harry Reid Airport Connector.
LAS has an abundance of parking for passengers and visitors. There are 6 on-airport parking garages for short and long-term parking.
Terminal 1 short-term parking is adjacent to the terminal entrance on level 2M of the parking garage. It’s suitable for friends/family picking up passengers and staying no more than 3 hours. There is a maximum height clearance of 7 feet.
Terminal 3 short-term parking is located just outside of Terminal 3 on level 1 of the covered parking garage. It is also intended for stays less than 3 hours and has a height clearance of 9 feet 4 inches.
The fees for both short-term parking garages are:
Terminal 1 long-term parking is located adjacent to the terminal building on levels 1M, 3, 4, 5, and 6. Each level is named after a famous Las Vegas hotel to help remember where you’ve parked, and the parking garage height clearance is 8 feet.
Terminal 3 long-term parking is in the garage adjacent to the terminal building on levels 3, 4, 5, and 6. Passengers traveling on international flights should park on the east side of the garage (signposted with a club symbol from playing cards) and domestic passengers on the west (signposted with a diamond). Height clearance is 8 feet 2 inches.
Fees for both long-term parking garages are:
Terminal 1 economy parking is located at 576 Kitty Hawk Way off Paradise Road with a 24-hour shuttle service transporting passengers to/from the terminal every 15-20 minutes. Vehicles exceeding 22 feet in length and 8.5 feet in width, or more than 13.5 feet in height, must use the oversized/remote parking lot (details below).
Terminal 3 economy parking is located adjacent to the terminal building within walking distance and accepts all vehicles (including oversized vehicles).
Fees for both economy parking garages are:
The Terminal 1 oversized/remote parking lot is located at Gilespie Street, across from the Harry Reid Rent-A-Car Center. A courtesy shuttle service is available from this lot by calling 702-261-5122.
Fees for the oversized parking lot are:
Valet parking is available at both terminals located in the parking garages adjacent to the terminal building. At Terminal 1 the service is available on level 2, and at Terminal 3 it’s available from Level V. Daily valet parking is $30.
LAS has different areas for picking up and dropping off passengers. At Terminal 1, pick-up is across the pedestrian bridge on level 1 of the parking garage, and at Terminal 2 it’s from level 1 of the parking garage. These areas are for immediate loading only.
Vehicles may drop off passengers at the departure curb on Level 1 at Terminal 1, and Level 2 at Terminal 3.
LAS has a cell phone parking lot located near the Terminal 1 economy parking lot, just a few minutes away from both terminals. Friends/family can use this parking lot to wait in their cars until the passenger calls for pick-up from outside the terminals.
There are a few additional options for off-site parking lots that offer rates from $15 per day.
These facilities include shuttle services to/from the airport, and some hotels offer combined accommodation and parking packages. Airportparkingreservations.com is a useful website to compare prices, check distances from the airport, and read customer reviews.
The rental car center is located around 3 miles from the terminals at 7135 Gilespie St., and courtesy shuttle buses frequently operate to transport passengers.
At Terminal 1, shuttles depart from level 1 outside doors 10 and 11, and at Terminal 3 they depart from level 0 outside doors 51 to 54 for the west side and doors 55 to 58 for the east side.
Hot Tip: Don’t overpay when renting a car. Check out our guide to booking cheap car rentals in Las Vegas.
There is a wide selection of hotels near LAS that are also close to the Las Vegas strip. There are hotels to suit every budget from 2 to 5 stars, and many offer a courtesy shuttle service to/from the airport.
|Hotel||Address / Phone Number||Star Rating||Distance From Airport (Miles)|
|Best Western McCarran Inn||4970 Paradise Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89119
|Travelodge by Wyndham Las Vegas Airport No/Near The Strip||5075 Koval Ln., Las Vegas, NV 89119
|Desert Rose Resort||5051 Duke Ellington Way, Las Vegas, NV 89119
|Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas||3960 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89119
|Delano Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay||3940 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89119
|Homewood Suites by Hilton Las Vegas Airport||230 Hidden Well Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89119
|Howard Johnson by Wyndham Las Vegas near the Strip||230 Hidden Well Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89119
|Mandalay Bay||3950 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89119
|Motel 6 Las Vegas Tropicana||195 E. NV-593, Las Vegas, NV 89109
|Tru By Hilton Las Vegas Airport NV||6862 Gilespie St., Las Vegas, NV 89119
|OYO Las Vegas Hotel and Casino||115 E. Tropicana Ave., Las Vegas, NV 8910
|Luxor Hotel & Casino||3900 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89119
|MGM Grand||3799 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109
|Tropicana Las Vegas a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Resort||3801 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109
|Alexis Park All Suite Resort||375 E. Harmon Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89169
|Courtyard Las Vegas South||5845 Dean Martin Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89118
|DoubleTree by Hilton Las Vegas Airport||7250 Pollock Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89119
|Excalibur||3850 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109
|Fairfield Inn & Suites Las Vegas South||5775 Dean Martin Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89118
|Hyatt Place Las Vegas||4520 Paradise Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89169
|New York New York||3790 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109
|Residence Inn Las Vegas South||5875 Dean Martin Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89118
|Wyndham Grand Desert||265 E. Harmon Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89169
|Holiday Inn Express Las Vegas South||5760 Polaris Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89118
|La Quinta by Wyndham Las Vegas Airport South||6560 Surrey St., Las Vegas, NV 89119
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|Hotel||Address / Phone Number||Star Rating||Distance From Airport (Miles)||Hotel Loyalty Program||Point Redemption Cost|
|Delano Las Vegas||3940 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89119
|5||1.4||World of Hyatt||From 21,000 World of Hyatt points|
|Tropicana Las Vegas – a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Resort||3801 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109
|4||1.6||Hilton Honors||From 18,000 Hilton Honors points|
|New York New York||3790 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109
|4||1.7||World of Hyatt||From 12,000 World of Hyatt points|
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LAS is one of the largest U.S. airports, so some prior planning may be in order to ensure arrival at the correct terminal as they are not interconnected outside of the secure area.
The airport tram is only accessible once passengers have cleared security and is a convenient mode of transport for passengers connecting to other flights where it’s not necessary to reclaim checked luggage.
The airport is just a few miles from the start of the Las Vegas Strip, so visitors can stay in the famous resorts and hotels without worrying about a long journey back to the airport.
Advanced Air, Allegiant Air, American Airlines, Avelo Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, and Spirit Airlines are based out of Terminal 1 at Harry Reid International Airport.
Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) is the closest airport to Las Vegas located around 5 miles from downtown Las Vegas.
Harry Reid International Airport is located around 3 miles from the Las Vegas Strip and around 5 miles from downtown Las Vegas.
Uber is permitted to pick-up and drop-off passengers from LAS. Drivers can pick-up passengers from the level 2M of the Terminal 1 parking garage and from the valet level of Terminal 3 parking.
A taxi from Harry Reid International Airport to the Las Vegas Strip ranges from $18 to $30 depending on which hotel/resort you’re going to.
The following airlines are based out of Terminal 3 at LAS:
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