The security line for one of the McCarran International Airport concourses backed up late Tuesday morning after the checkpoint was shut down.
For the second year in a row, Allegiant Travel Co. made Fortune magazine’s list of 100 fastest-growing companies, but its ranking slipped.
Mexican Independence Day, incorrectly thought by many Americans to be the alcohol-tinged Cinco de Mayo, has emerged as a growing force on the tourism calendar.
ATLANTIC CITY — Everyone knows Boardwalk and Park Place are the two most expensive spots on the Monopoly board.
For at least three years, its “What happens here, stays here” slogan has been on the ballot for inclusion in the Advertising Walk of Fame on New York’s Madison Avenue. So far, its vote total has come up short.
The Las Vegas visitor industry continued its climb out of recession in July at much the same clip it has for the entire year.
Allegiant Travel Co.’s discount flier Allegiant Air will start routes from Las Vegas to two of the major college towns in the South.
Nine companies and one joint venture have submitted bids for four limousine and shuttle bus slots at McCarran International Airport.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority forecasts the number of visitors spending the three-day Labor Day weekend in town will rise 3.6 percent rise from a year earlier.
On a typical day, private investigator Mike Pfriender tails workers’ compensation claimants suspected of faking injuries, trying to catch them casting off the crutches they use in public to do somersaults in the backyard.
Tufesa Internacional wants you. The bus line, based in Sonora, Mexico, and catering primarily to Spanish-speaking travelers, is expanding efforts to attract more English-speaking Las Vegans to its long-distance lines.
By removing the last vestige of its once busy hub, US Airways has added impetus to shutting down Concourse A, one of the oldest parts of McCarran International Airport.
Aeromexico has boosted its flight schedule from Las Vegas to the commercial center of Monterrey from two to four a week as of Aug. 8.
With the local taxi companies all reporting better results in this year, the Nevada Taxicab Authority on Tuesday granted the first new permanent medallions since 2007.