Check-in counters are located near the entrances of Terminals 1 and 3.
There are Travelex currency exchange desks located near the Baggage Claim carousels in Terminal 1 and near the E Gates in Terminal 3. There are also ATMs conveniently located throughout the airport.
Business travellers can make use of the airport's VIP lounges, post office, internet kiosks, WiFi access and public phones. There are also several hotels near the airport offering full conference facilities.
There is free WiFi access available throughout all public areas of the airport.
Baby changing facilities are available throughout the airport, both before and after security screening.
Las Vegas Airport offers several passenger lounges, including a range of independently operated lounges.
The Club at LAS - The Club at LAS has lounges in both Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. The Terminal 1 lounge is located next to Gate D16, while the Terminal 3 lounge is opposite Gate E2. The lounges offer telephones, computers, WiFi access, free snacks and beverages, reading material and televisions. The Terminal 3 lounge also offers a business centre and showers. The lounges are open to Priority Pass members, Diners Club cardholders and LoungeClub members. Travellers can also purchase casual passes upon arrival at the lounge.
USO Lounge - The USO Lounge provides members of the military and their families with a place to relax prior to flights. The lounge offers WiFi, video games, televisions, toiletries, snacks, computers and a library. It is located near Gate B in Terminal 1.
The following airlines have lounges located within the airport. For access to specific lounges, refer to your airline.
United Club - The United Club is located in Concourse D of Terminal 1, between gates 33 and 35. It offers complimentary drinks and snacks, conference facilities, WiFi, newspapers, magazines, telephones and televisions. The lounge is open to United Club members, United Business Class passengers and above, and eligible Star Alliance gold members.
A courtesy shuttle services runs between Terminal 1 and Terminal 3, with a bus leaving approximately every 12 minutes. The bus stops near the covered parking garage at Terminal 1, and outside Level Zero at Terminal 3.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada runs a public bus service that connects Las Vegas Airport with the rest of the city.
Las Vegas Airport is serviced by many different international airlines. Please refer to the below list for more information on the airlines that fly to Las Vegas.
There are a number of hotels located within close proximity to Las Vegas.