McCarran International Airport and other airports nationwide have seen an uptick in passenger volume in the days leading up to the Thanksgiving holiday.
Because of a shortfall in tax revenue, Clark County had to withdraw $11.55 million from a debt reserve account to help make December’s scheduled bond payment for Allegiant Stadium.
On Tuesday, Nevada casinos cut already-reduced capacity limits in half. But indoor malls and retail stores can keep operating with the previous 50 percent capacity limit.
Circa co-owner Derek Stevens wants to “get the party started early” with a Dec. 26 room deal.
Tourism indicators continue to be down in October with the possibility they could be worse in November and December after a three-week “pause” was instituted.
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge has approved the sale of the Las Vegas Monorail to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
Hawaiian Airlines is offering drive-through or walk-up COVID-19 testing at select cities to allow travelers to skip a mandatory quarantine upon their arrival in the islands.
As coronavirus cases surge across the country, a spike in positive cases in Transportation Security Administration employees at the nation’s airports has also occurred.
The nearly 1.98 million passengers reported by the Clark County Department of Aviation marks the busiest month at McCarran since March when the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact began.
Despite rising COVID-19 cases and travel advisories in surrounding states, Las Vegas is poised to see some visitors over Thanksgiving weekend.
The Nevada Department of Transportation says it doesn’t expect Gov. Steve Sisolak’s “Stay at Home 2.0” order to keep out-of-town visitors away from Southern Nevada.
According to a list compiled by the LVCVA, there are 36 events on the convention calendar in the first half of 2021.
After being removed from many state’s travel ban after the initial coronavirus impacts, the recent surge of COVID-19 cases in Nevada has put the Silver State back on those lists.