When Keith and Deb Berner went to McCarran International Airport on Monday morning, they didn’t expect problems. Their destination, Cleveland, was well out of Hurricane Sandy’s way, and they had a nonstop flight. Still, United Airlines had canceled the 10:55 a.m. departure.
Condé Nast Traveler published its 2012 Readers’ Choice Awards in its November 2012 issue.
The company with a majority stake in the new Wet ‘n’ Wild water park being built in Las Vegas has Australian roots and corporate interests in water parks, theme parks and well-recognized movie titles such as “Get Smart” and “Gran Torino.”
This is the closest you may ever get to being able to walk inside of a Chanel handbag.
A plan to build a 150-mph train from Las Vegas to Southern California has attracted national attention, but another rail proposal has chugged along on the theory that 60 mph is more fun.
Analysts have said the same naked picture scandal that haunted Prince Harry was a public relations boon for Las Vegas.
Visitation to Las Vegas rose slightly in August, helping the city stay on track toward its year-end goal of 40 million visitors.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority has a good reason to celebrate.
Allegiant Travel Co. continued to grow at a brisker pace than much of the airline industry, but it did not attract enough passengers in September to fill all extra seats of an expanded schedule.
The Wet ‘n’ Wild water park brand is returning to Las Vegas, officials said Thursday. The planned park, which had been known as Splash Canyon, is set to open in May. Construction of the $50 million park in southwest Las Vegas is already under way with offsite utilities, roadwork, infrastructure and excavation of the wave pool and other areas.