Hainan Airlines on Friday begins nonstop service from Beijing to Las Vegas, and pent up demand for Chinese travel to the U.S. bodes well for Las Vegas.
State officials have posted the first agenda for what will be known as the Stadium Authority Board and much of the meeting will be dedicated to discussing procedures board members will take as it works to build a new home for the Oakland Raider
Wynn Resorts Ltd. will join the ranks of Strip resorts that will charge guests to valet park beginning in mid-December, a company spokesman said Wednesday.
State gaming win soared in Southern Nevada in October, state officials said Tuesday. At the same time, visitation numbers had their first year-over-year decline in five months.
Tens of thousands of Chinese travelers are slated to visit Las Vegas. The hotels and businesses that cater to and best serve this population have the promise of a pot of gold.
Allegiant Air’s co-branded credit card, offered through a partnership with Bank of America and MasterCard, is only two months old, but already being deemed a hit with consumers by the Las Vegas-based airline.
Las Vegas tourism officials are hoping for a wave of nonstop flights from China to Las Vegas to capture a rapidly growing market of high-spending Chinese travelers, starting with Hainan Airlines.
McCarran International Airport continued its record-setting stretch by serving more than 4 million airline passengers for a sixth consecutive month, the Clark County Department of Aviation reported Monday.
Qatar Airways will launch service between Las Vegas and Doha, Qatar, sometime within the next two years, but details were still fuzzy on the carrier’s frequency of flights out of McCarran International Airport.
About 318,000 people will descend on the Las Vegas Valley during the five-day holiday weekend set to begin Wednesday afternoon, with about 60 percent of those travelers making the trip by car, said Tony Illia, a spokesman for the Nevada Department of Transportation.