Posts Tagged: Air Traffic

McCarran International Airport On Track For Another Record Year

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McCarran International Airport released their November 2018 numbers this week, and it looks like this year will break last year’s passenger record. There were over 48.5 million passengers that traveled through Southern Nevada’s commercial airport in 2017, but 2018’s year-to-date numbers are already 2.6% higher through November. This November was also stronger than last year’s,… Read more »

McCarran Airport Traffic Hits New Record in October

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The latest statistics are out from McCarran International Airport, and passenger counts hit a new high of 4,436,756. For those counting, that’s the 4th new record in the last 12 months. Air traffic is up 2.2% over the year and 2.4% for the year to date. International passenger counts continue to see stronger gains than… Read more »

Spirit Soars to Second-Largest McCarran Carrier

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Despite a small dip of 0.4 percent from a year ago (there is a typo in the chart below), passenger volume at McCarran remains above 4 million for the seventh consecutive month in September. With 3 quarters in the books, passenger counts for the year to date have risen by 2.4 percent. Septembers decline was… Read more »

McCarran Sees 1.5% Bump in August Passengers

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The August passenger counts from McCarran International Airport are out. The total volume of arriving and departing passengers was 4,306,334 – an increase of 1.5% from August 2017. For the year to date, traffic was up 2.7% over the same period last year. Passenger growth was largely driven by international carriers, which saw a 6.9%… Read more »

McCarran Traffic Hits New Heights in July

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July statistics from McCarran International Airport show a new record for passengers arriving or departing from the Las Vegas metro area. With more than 4.4 million people passing through the airport, McCarran posted a 2.3% increase over July 2017. Year to date traffic is up an even healthier 2.9% compared to the same point in… Read more »

Spirit Leapfrogs United in June McCarran Traffic

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New statistics from McCarran International Airport point to another month of healthy gains in passenger volumes. June saw more than 4.3 million arriving and departing passengers, a 2.8% gain from the same month in 2017. At the halfway point for 2018, traffic is up 3.1% compared to 2017. International visitation continues to show strong improvements… Read more »

McCarran Sees Strong Passenger Gains in February

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The latest passenger volume stats are out from McCarran, and they show Southern Nevada looking strong in February. With more than 3.5 million arriving and departing passengers, the airport saw a 4% increase in traffic from the same month a year ago. Domestic travel was up 3.9% while international volumes were still up a healthy… Read more »

McCarran Traffic Hits Record 48.5M in 2017

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McCarran International Airport welcomed 48.5 million arriving and departing passengers last year, according to a release from the airport. This is a new record and the seventh consecutive year the commercial airport serving Southern Nevada posted a year-over-year increase, with the 2017 total marking a 2.2 percent upturn from the year prior. The previous passenger… Read more »

International Air Traffic to Las Vegas Down Slightly in August

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The latest passenger volume statistics from McCarran International Airport show solid gains overall in August 2017 compared to the same month a year ago. More than 4.2 million passengers arrived or departed last month. However, in a continuation of trends seen in previous months this year, international passenger levels bucked this trend and dipped slightly…. Read more »

McCarran Traffic Jumps 3.8% in July

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The newest stats from the McCarran airport indicate that July set a new record, with more than 4.3 million people coming and going. That’s an increase of 3.8% from July 2016; traffic for the year-to-date is up 2.4% compared to last year. Traffic was up across the board, including in international traffic, which has seen… Read more »