From terminals to trams, NFL fans traveled from across the country and around the Las Vegas area in large numbers.
The Dallas-based airline, the busiest at Harry Reid International Airport, is expected to hire 10,000 employees net of attrition, grow its fleet and reduce capacity.
Occupancy rates at Las Vegas resorts are rising to nearly normal levels while the average daily room rate has soared past last year’s rates and those from 2019.
Contingency plans are in place to take Thursday’s NFL Draft indoors if high winds forecast for the Las Vegas area arrive during the first evening of the event.
The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians opened the Palms’ doors to the public Wednesday night after a two-year closure due to the COVID pandemic.
Shuttered for more than two years as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the Palms, under tribal ownership, is expecting the possibility of big crowds after Wednesday night’s opening.
Las Vegas officials are forecasting the NFL draft will bring a high volume of private plane activity to Southern Nevada’s airports this week.
While no one knows for sure how many people will arrive for this week’s NFL draft, the only certainty seems to be that it will break all city and NFL events records.
Stymied by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and 2021, the NAB trade show — annually one of the city’s largest — opens its doors for a five-day event Saturday.
The new discount air carrier that will add Las Vegas flights to seven destinations in June and August will next fly to Westchester County, N.Y., and Hartford, Conn.
Many Las Vegas transportation providers will no longer require a face covering after a federal judge voided the mask mandate on airlines and public transportation.
Harry Reid International Airport lifted its mask mandate for travelers Monday night after the TSA said that it would no longer enforce the mask requirement.
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Roughly a dozen protesters held signs in the passenger drop-off area of Terminal 1, chanting and holding signs as cars drove by.