Race fans who want to beat the Interstate 15 traffic to attend Sunday’s Pennzoil 400 NASCAR Cup Series race can fly in on a 15-minute helicopter flight.
Las Vegas’ busiest commercial air carrier is offering a chance for passengers to fly within the April 8 total solar eclipse path.
One might think one extra day in the year doesn’t make much difference. But in gaming and tourism, it means an additional millions of dollars spent.
The owner of a recently reopened flight school wants to open doors — mainly airliner cockpit doors — to minorities and women who dream of flying as a career.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal requested bed bug complaints at Strip-area resorts since September from the Southern Nevada Health District
The resort is making an investment in its poker room at a time when many are changing strategies on the card game.
By the time Las Vegas hosts its next Super Bowl, new infrastructure will help make transportation and accommodation better, but the need for another airport looms large.
Several Strip-area businesses want Formula One Grand Prix officials to address revenue losses that stem from months of race-related road work.
A report from hospitality analytics firm CoStar found that hotel rates for the region were the highest for a Super Bowl weekend.
Analysts say Super Bowl may have had bigger impact, but the annual appearance of F1 during a slow time on the city’s calendar may be bigger in the long haul.
Fans of John Wick movies can soon be drawn into the criminal underworld in a new Las Vegas attraction.
The goal of many of these projects is to restore the Rio with a “wink and nod” to a previous era of the property, new resort operators said.