Las Vegas McCarran Airport – Private Jet Charter

Las Vegas McCarran Airport - Private Jet Charter

Overview summary

As you fly into Las Vegas Airport the sparkling city appears magically from the desert surrounding it, in a private jet you then fly along "The Strip" to land. The airport has a terminal exclusively for the use of private aircraft, but if you head into the main terminals of the building you can't miss the 1200 slot machines in the airport. For private jet charter flights or helicopter flights from Las Vegas McCarran Airport call ViroFLY on +41 76 460 76 13 (24 hours).

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Las Vegas McCarran Airport History An airfield called Alamo Airport was built on the Las Vegas Airport site in 1942. In 1948 it was renamed McCarran after Senator Pat McCarran, an important figure in US aviation history and the author of the Civil Aeronautics Act. The airport terminal buildings and runways have been expanded several times, and the airport now has a dedicated private jet terminal. Las Vegas Executive Air Terminal was bought by the Macquarie Infrastructure Company in 2005.

Las Vegas McCarran Airport Location

Las Vegas McCarran Airport is 5 miles south of the centre of Las Vegas.

Las Vegas McCarran Airport Facts

Las Vegas McCarran Airport is open 24 hours for private jet charter flights. Airport Codes: LAS / KLAS Elevation: 2181 feet Las Vegas McCarran Airport's 4 runways offer access to all types of private aircraft including helicopters, small props, long range jets and large airliners.

Las Vegas Mc Carran Intl Airport Runway Length

Las Vegas Mc Carran Intl Airport in Las Vegas, United States has a runway length of 14510 feet and is suitable for Small props, Small Jets, Medium Jets, Long Range Jets, Regional Airliners and Large Airliners.