More than 4.1 million airline passengers passed through McCarran International last month, marking the airport’s best June performance since 2007, the Clark County Department of Aviation will report Thursday.
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The Nevada Commission on Tourism is embracing a show called “Temporary Australians” as a means to show off Nevada to thousands of viewers half a world away at relatively low cost.
The number of seats airlines fly into McCarran International Airport grew by 1.4 million in the recently ended 2016 fiscal year — sixth best among peer U.S. markets.
Disney World firefighters have been reprimanded for feeding gators in months before deadly attack on toddler.
The top executive of the association that conducts the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is concerned that high hotel rates for the 2017 show could price some conventioneers out of the market.
Gov. Brian Sandoval will extend the life of the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee so that the 11-member group can further evaluate a proposal for a 65,000-seat domed football stadium.
At a special tourism infrastructure meeting intended to narrow the field of prospective stadium sites, the list of potential locations instead grew on Monday.
Going into Monday’s special meeting of the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committeeat UNLV, there’s no panic. But there also isn’t a lot of confidence that everything will get done by July 28.
Rural airport managers strategized Thursday on how to preserve the limited commercial service they have and how to recruit airlines to connect their cities to McCarran and Reno-Tahoe international airports.
Southern Nevada visitor volume showed its first decline in 14 months in May as the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority reported Thursday that tourist stays for the month were off 3.9 percent to 3.6 million people.
Along with fireworks and searing heat, expect about 307,000 visitors to swarm Las Vegas to celebrate Independence Day, most of whom will be driving into town.
The Nevada Division of Tourism will spend $200,000 to sponsor six events — four in Northern Nevada and two in Southern Nevada — to generate tourism in the state.
More than 4.1 million airline passengers passed through McCarran International last month, marking the airport’s best May performance since 2007, the Clark County Department of Aviation will report Wednesday.
Allegiant Air has served Las Vegas and resort cities in Florida for a long time. But by fall, the Las Vegas-based deep-discount air carrier will link them for the first time, inaugurating service between McCarran International Airport and Destin, Florida.
The Rattler, a more than 360-foot long green and pink water slide at Wet N’ Wild, was recently ranked by the Travel Channel as being an “insane” water ride, along with six others across the country.
Online travel booker Travelocity.com this week grouped Las Vegas with Nashville, Tennessee, and Houston as sites American travelers like for July Fourth pyrotechnics, based on a national survey.
A new financing plan that reduces public funding for a $1.4 billion domed stadium from $700 million to $550 million received a lackluster response Thursday from the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee and the project’s developers.
Walt Disney Co. has had more than 240 “nuisance” alligators captured and killed over the last 10 years at its Florida theme park property, according to state records.
The state panel that’s developing a financing plan for a domed stadium in Las Vegas won’t finalize the proposal at its Thursday meeting, but it could come close.
Fremont Street Experience and Tiesto have premiered the newest Viva Vision show, “Tiesto - A Town Called Paradise.”
Tourism industry experts in Las Vegas and Orlando say they don’t expect the three horrific incidents that occurred in Central Florida over the past six days will have long-term detrimental effects to visitation.
Las Vegas ranks fifth among AAA’s top 10 summer travel destinations. In a statement, the auto club said its top 10 domestic travel destinations, in order, are Orlando, Florida; Seattle; Los Angeles/Anaheim, California; Honolulu, Las Vegas; Anchorage, Alaska; New York; Maui, Hawaii; San Francisco and Denver.
The last two years have marked the lowest attendance in at least a decade at Hoover Dam, with just over 720,000 paid visitors in 2015 and fewer than 696,000 in 2014.
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