McCarran International Airport is the main commercial airport for the Las Vegas Valley and Clark County, Nevada. It is about 5 miles south of downtown Las Vegas, in the unincorporated area of Paradise in Clark County. McCarran is the 24th busiest airport by passenger traffic in the world, with 41,856,787 passengers passing through the airport in 2013. In terms of aircraft movements, the airport ranks 8th in the world with 527,739 takeoffs and landings
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Terminal 1 C gates is probably one of the most crowded airport terminal I have ever visited in the United States. Southwest airline is the primary airline that takes passengers at this terminal. I am not sure if it was the time of the day or the day of the week, but the entire terminal was so packed of people, that literally I had to walk the entire terminal a few times before I could find a seat. The entire terminal I think has more space dedicated to slot machines then to seating areas or places people can get some work done like charging stations or work desks. It seems people come to this place to gamble or to see some to local entertainment shows. Well, if I have to ever travel and I don’t really need to come to Vegas. I would avoid this airport. Noticed departure monitors are not conveniently located as at most US airports I visited. Plenty of dining and drinking options. WiFi was pretty strong and it is free. Had not issues with it.
Wow, if you arrive in Vegas, you will see that there is no other airport like it. Video walls and slot machines everywhere. Probably the best is that you dont have to use taxi from the airport anymore. Uber and Lyft have designated pick up area. It is hard to explain where it is located. So at the airport ask informartion abour the Ride share pick up area and depending where you are located you will be able to find it. There are signs Ride Share to take you to the spot.