Slightly fewer visitors will make their pilgrimage to Las Vegas next week, but Sin City remains one of the most popular destinations for Thanksgiving.
The Las Vegas-based budget carrier launches nonstop flights this week from McCarran International Airport to airports in three different cities, airline officials said Thursday.
Travelers will hit the roads, rails and skies this Thanksgiving holiday in their largest numbers in more than a decade, lured by cheap plane tickets and a growing economy, the nation’s largest motor advocacy group said.
Alaska Airlines says it will stop flying to Havana after demand dropped and the Trump administration imposed new restrictions on travel to Cuba.
Hong Kong is set to retain its status as the city most visited by international travelers this year in spite of strained relations with mainland China.
New security screenings for all passengers on U.S.-bound flights began on Thursday, with airlines worldwide questioning flyers about their trip and their luggage in the latest Trump administration decision affecting global travel.
With more than 4 million passengers passing through Las Vegas airport in September, it remains on path to break record for passenger traffic set in 2007, Clark County figures show.
One-way 13-mile road through Red Rock Canyon will begin closing an hour earlier — at 7 p.m. — starting Sunday.
For a third consecutive year, McCarran International Airport offered the third-best customer experience among 19 “mega-sized” airports in North America, according to the J.D. Power 2017 North America Airport Satisfaction Study.
Delta Air Lines Inc said it would cancel about 800 flights on Monday as it braces for impacts from Tropical Storm Irma at its Atlanta hub.