Upward of 315,000 visitors will pop into Las Vegas during the Memorial Day weekend. That means busy sidewalks, congested roads and crowded venues, but also a boost for the local economy.
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The tourism industry finished 2015 strong with visitation indicators finishing ahead of 2014 in nearly every category.
The only news that may be better than McCarran International Airport reporting the third-busiest year in its history is that 2016 is projected to be even bigger.
An international marketing organization has named the state tourism commission's director as one of its "Top 25 Extraordinary Minds in Hospitality Sales, Marketing and Revenue Optimization."
Southern Nevada saw a record 42.3 million visitors in 2015, according to preliminary statistics issued this week by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
Las Vegas has broken its own visitation growth record, surpassing 42 million tourists with New Year's Eve totals still uncounted.
Local Allegiant Air passengers returning from Wichita, Kan. — or arriving in Las Vegas for an early start to New Year's Eve — ended up getting in a little later than expected.
Tourism experts say Sunday night's Strip crash that killed an Arizona woman and injured 35 people won't have long-term repercussions on visitation, but may come up as transportation leaders consider making Las Vegas Boulevard safer for pedestrians.
MGM Resorts International will spend $154 million to expand the Aria convention center by 200,000 square feet, which will include indoor/open-air spaces and a glass-enclosed venue offering views of The Park and the new Las Vegas Arena.
Aviation marketing leaders in Southern Nevada expect a 7.5 percent increase in passengers in the second quarter of 2016 with growth in domestic and international travelers, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board of directors was told Tuesday.
An upscale car rental company serving 11 airports across the United States is coming to Las Vegas.
Representatives of Gov. Brian Sandoval's Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee got their most detailed look to date at plans for the $2.3 billion Las Vegas Convention Center expansion and renovation project on Thursday.
Las Vegas had its highest monthly visitor volume in history in October when 3.78 million people came to Southern Nevada for work or play.
Passenger traffic at McCarran International Airport broke the 4 million mark for the second time this year, all but assuring that the airport that serves Las Vegas will have more passengers in 2015 than last year.
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.