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McCarran International Airport (LAS) – Las Vegas, NV

UNLV Rescinds Request for Review of Sports Complex Site Near McCarran

May 25, 2017
Following input by members of the Las Vegas valley aviation community, the University of Nevada Las Vegas, UNLV, rescinded its request for the FAA to consider a proposed sports complex site near McCarran International Airport, LAS. NBAA will continue to monitor the issue as the university considers other possible locations for the stadium. Read more.

Operators: New RNAV STAR for LAS for Arrivals From Northeast Expected Jan. 5

Dec. 29, 2016
The SITEE ONE RNAV STAR will be published on Thursday, Jan. 5, and will be used for traffic arriving at McCarran International Airport (LAS) from the Northeast. It will replace the GRNPA ONE RNAV STAR. Operators should file the SITEE ONE RNAV STAR starting Jan. 5 if operating an aircraft capable of the standard RNAV procedure. Learn more.

Six-Month Runway Closure Begins This Month at McCarran

Oct. 7, 2105
Runway 7L/25R at Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport (LAS) will be closed from Oct. 28 through may 1, 2016, for phase two of a rehabilitation project. During this project, traffic management initiatives are possible based on the airport configuration, as well as air traffic demand. The majority of the time, a favorable airport configuration should keep significant delays to a minimum. Learn more about the runway project at LAS.

FAA, McCarran Airport Operations to Test Departure Flow Planner Sept. 10 to 13

Sept. 3, 2105
Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport (LAS) operations, along with FAA air traffic, will test a departure flow planning process Sept. 10 to 13. Upon arrival at LAS, flight crews will be asked to provide their FBO an expected departure time if departing on Sunday, Sept. 13. Flight operators may also contact the FBO directly via phone if they need to provide a departure time or a revision to their departure time. Flight crews will be able to access the departure demand data, which will show them the expected departure demand for each given hour out of LAS. Operators will be able to determine the peak hours of departure demand and, if able, plan to avoid these times in order to reduce delay. Learn more.