Contact Las Vegas McCarran Airport: Find below customer service details of Las Vegas McCarran Airport, including phone and address. You can reach the below contact for flight status, cancellation, special assistance, baggage claim, car parking, airport transportation, hotels, taxis or other queries on McCarran Airport services. Besides contact details, the page also offers information and links on Las Vegas McCarran Airport.

Airport Address
5757 Wayne Newton Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nevada 89119

Customer Service
Phone: (702) 261-5211 (general)
Phone: (702) 261-4636 (flight info)
Phone: (702) 261-5134 (lost&found)
Phone: (702) 597-9553 (facsimile)
Phone: (702) 261-5211 (paging)
Phone: (702) 261-3111 (tdd)
Phone: (702) 261-5121 (parking)

Airline Contacts
Phone of airlines at Las Vegas McCarran Airport. You can reach the numbers for queries on flight schedule or lost baggage
AeroMexico: 1-800-AEROMEX
Air Canada: 888-247-2262
AirTran: 800-247-8726
Alaska: 800-426-0333
Allegiant: 702-505-8888
American Airlines: 800-433-7300
British Airways: 1-800-247-9297
Continental: 800-525-0280
Delta: 800-221-1212
Frontier: 800-432-1359
Hawaiian: 800-367-5320
jetBlue: 800-JETBLUE
Korean Air: 1-800-438-5000
Philippine: 1-800-435-9725
Southwest: 800-I-FLY-SWA
Spirit: 800-772-7117
Sun Country: 866-FLY-N-SUN
United: 800-United-1
US Airways: 800-428-4322
Virgin America: 1-877-359-8474
Virgin Atlantic: 800-862-8621
WestJet: 888-WESTJET

Airport Hotels
For a list of hotels near Las Vegas McCarran Airport click here

For a list of cabs/taxis operating from or to Las Vegas McCarran Airport click here


Flight Status
To check flight arrival or departure status at Las Vegas McCarran Airport click here

About Las Vegas McCarran Intl Airport
McCarran Airport is a major airport serving the city of Las Vegas, operated by the Clark County Department of Aviation (DOA). The airport is the largest base for Allegiant and Southwest airlines. The airport serves some 39 million passengers a year. In 2008, the airport was ranked 15th in the world for passenger traffic. McCarran Airport consists of two terminals.

Some of the major airlines operating from McCarran Airport include Aeromexico, Air Canada, AirTran, Alaska Airlines, Allegiant Air, British Airways, Continental Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, Southwest Airlines, Korean Air, Sun Country Airlines, US Airways, United Airlines, Virgin America, Virgin Atlantic Airways, and more.

This article has 2 comments

  1. Kobeck Reply

    Had a great experience in Vegas until arriving home only to find that some expensive items from my checked baggage had been stolen by dishonest employees of Las Vegas McCarran Intl Airport baggage handlers. And of course the airline customer service reps or airport customer service reps were no help at all. Even if you can talk to them via a phone, (on hold for over an hour) they just keep passing you to the next Rep who continues the process. In the end, the consumer loses while the airline and airport thugs laugh while they enjoy your stolen items.

  2. Rebecca Reply

    Just wanted to leave a comment regarding my first experience with McCarran airport, in las vegas. Had an awesome time on vacation & the airport was HUGE & security lines were easy! My only flaw would be the lack of attention to personal allergies in regards to restaurants & food within the airport. I have celiac disease & cannot eat gluten. When I arrived to the airport fri jul 1, I figured I would get a quick lunch before my flight. Using the find me gluten free app I located a GF proclaimed rest in terminal d. We made the walk… upon waiting in line I ordered a turkey sandwich on GF bread… because that was my only option. The women working the counter didn’t really see well educated as to the importance of my sandwich remaining GF. They told me that the bread might still be frozen, and if I wanted it & I asked how I would want to eat something still frozen, and they told me they could heat it up. I said okay & asked if it was on the same grittle as the other sandwiches they were making and they told me yes. to make a long story short, I didn’t feel like they were appropriately educated in allergy awareness. I told them that I cant eat the sandwich and went to find food else where, Walking back to chilis, they had to GF options. My BF took the train to terminal A from D, to get us two salads from wolfgang pucks rest. It just seems that for such a big airport there should be more a selection of allergy friendly resturants, that are actually considered GF kitchens. Our stay in las vegas, we had no issues finding resturants to accommodate my allergy, until stepping in the airport. thank you

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