McCarran and the five general aviation facilities in the Clark County Airport
System are owned by Clark County, Nevada and operated under the policy
direction of the Board of County Commissioners, the authority of the County
Manager and the management of the Director and Deputy Director of Aviation
McCarran International Airport, 702-261-5211  

McCarran consists of 96 aircraft gates (including 4 international) at two
separate  terminal buildings. There are more than 50 retail shops and nearly
30 restaurants, lounges, and snack bars.

North Las Vegas Airport,    

Located less than six miles from Downtown and the Las Vegas Strip, North
Las Vegas Airport is an ideal alternative to busy McCarran International with
first-class facilities tailored to meet the needs of the general aviation pilot.

Boulder City Municipal Airport, 702-293-9405  

Used by pilots and passengers for personal, business and recreational flying
activities and also offers other aeronautical services such as charter and air
taxi flights, flight training, parachuting, emergency medical evacuation and transport.

Henderson Executive Airport, 702-261-4800  

Located just minutes from the world-famous Las Vegas “Strip,” Henderson
Executive Airport offers the general aviation pilot an ideal alternative to busy
McCarran International Airport.

Jean Sport Aviation Center, 702-261-4800  

Located 20 miles south of Las Vegas on I-15, Jean Sport Aviation Center is a
great little airport for fly-ins and ideal for recreational aviation including general
aviation aircraft, aerobatic aircraft, gliders, ultralights, and skydiving.

Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport,



A full service regional airport with daily flights across the country. Several
Laughlin casinos have agreements with airlines to provide direct flights and
hotel packages to Laughlin/Bullhead City.



Citizens Area Transit (CAT), 702-228-7433

The system consists of 49 routes served by 305 buses covering 542 miles,
carrying close to 150,000 passengers everyday in the greater Las Vegas
Valley, including Henderson, Laughlin and Mesquite. Most routes operate
5:30 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. seven days a week. Some routes operate 24-hours
a day (including downtown Las Vegas and the Strip.) Check the “routes and
schedules” section on the website for more specific information. Specialty
services such as CAT ADA Paratransit (a shared-ride, door-to-door program
available for those who are functionally unable to independently use the CAT
fixed route system), Silver Star(a compromise for seniors between the CAT fixed
route and door-to-door service),CAT Ambassador (a peer training program to
learn and teach use of the CAT bus system) are also offered.



 Las Vegas
Bus stops, which provide limited schedule service and do not support a full-service terminal, are available in Henderson, Laughlin and Mesquite.    


Las Vegas Monorail, 702-699-8299  

The system operates from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily on a route approximately 4 miles long along the Las Vegas Resort Corridor, from the Sahara Hotel to the MGM Grand. Trains arrive every 4 to 12 minutes. A 1-ride ticket is $3.