Southern Nevada’s tourism machine continues to churn on all cylinders with a 2.9 percent increase in visitors for March and double-digit percentage increases in several categories for the quarter, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority said Thursday.
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Allegiant Air is using its ability to react quickly to competitive moves to build new routes on the East Coast in a strategy that eventually will allow it to expand its Las Vegas market.
If Brian Sandoval ever gets tired of his gubernatorial gig, he can easily line up a job promoting the state of Nevada.
Nevada Tourism Commission members got their first look at the state's newest tourism marketing campaign Monday, applauding a new approach that focuses more on experiencing the adventures visitors can have in the state than beautiful landscapes of Lake Tahoe or the Valley of Fire.
The most talented cowboys in the country are returning to Las Vegas in two weeks and this time they're going to make a lot more money at the National Finals Rodeo.
For Southern Nevada, it's going to be a week of planes, trains and automobiles. The National Business Aircraft Association is bringing its static display of business aircraft to Henderson Executive Airport and the Las Vegas Convention Center this week.
Clark County tourism officials gathered at McCarran International Airport on Tuesday to welcome Norwegian Air's first flight from Copenhagen, Denmark.
In the latest development of the Riviera demolition, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board on Tuesday approved a $475,000 contract with a Las Vegas architectural firm to develop the bid documents for the demolition and site improvements.
Lodging giant Starwood Resorts Worldwide has a deal with the SLS Las Vegas to land its first W branded hotel on the Strip, a move that could help lift the financial profile of both the resort and its North Strip neighborhood.
When the Nevada High-Speed Rail Authority meets later this month to consider awarding a franchise for a system to deliver train passengers between Las Vegas and Southern California, there will be two competitors vying against the favorite, XpressWest.
A calendar anomaly and the change in dates for the Life Is Beautiful festival boosted Southern Nevada visitation in September by 6 percent over a year ago, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority reported Thursday.
Arrivals and departures surged nearly 6 percent at McCarran International airport in September, the airport said in a statement.
Las Vegas has an enormous target on its back as rival cities worldwide attempt to pick off trade show business it can steal.
The owners of the new MGM Resorts International-AEG arena on the Strip are launching a new VIP club membership deal that will allow a member to buy a ticket for the vast majority of events at the $375 million venue that opens in April.
Allegiant Air continued its earnings climb Wednesday as its Las Vegas-based parent company, Allegiant Travel Co., reported triple-digit percentage increases in earnings for the third quarter.
The big-league professional golfers are in Las Vegas week, and organizers of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open are unveiling a new Cabana suite on the 16th green in hopes of generating more revenue from the PGA event.
The Professional Bull Riders organization and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority have agreed to extend their partnership to stage two annual events in Las Vegas for another three years through 2018.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority's plan to bring down the Riviera next year will be a critical piece of an enormous puzzle.
Allegiant Air pilots are taking another swing at being released from mediated negotiations with the airline through the National Mediation Board. If they succeed, it could start the clock on a strike.
The High Roller at the Linq on the Strip is rolling out some high roller prices for New Year's.
The demolition of the Riviera property and getting the land prepared as outdoor exhibition space is going to be a bigger job than originally thought.
The city's tourism marketing leaders continued their quest to draw more international traffic to Las Vegas Tuesday, signing an agreement with a South Korean business group and approving spending $375,000 on separate programs geared to boost foreign travel.
UNLV stadium pointman Don Snyder says he's hitching his stadium aspirations to a new gubernatorial tourism infrastructure committee, which he hopes can suggest packaging the stadium, the LVCVA's convention center improvements and Southern Nevada transportation updates under a single funding umbrella.