Which Terminal

McCarran International Airport consists of 110 aircraft gates at two separate terminal buildings, each with its own parking garage, ticketing/check-in area, baggage claim, and shopping and dining options.  Because the two facilities are not physically connected, it's important that you know which airline operates at which terminal building before coming to the airport.


Terminal 1

Terminal 1 includes a 6,000-space parking garage, and a spacious terminal building that includes Ticketing/Check-in, Baggage Claim and the A, B, and C Gates.  The D Gates satellite concourse is accessible from Terminal 1 via an automated transit system.  Terminal 1 features a variety of shopping, dining, and services as well as three security checkpoints. All airlines operating at the A, B, C, and D Gates share one baggage claim located on Level 1 of Terminal 1.

Check out the airline listing to learn which concourse (A, B, C, or D) your airline uses.



Terminal 3   

This 14-gate terminal is home to all foreign flag carriers and some domestic carriers and features a state-of-the-art Ticketing/Check-In area, Baggage Claim, and 60,000-square-foot Customs & Border Protection arrivals hall. Terminal 3 boasts a 10,000-square-foot duty free store as well as a variety of other shopping, dining, and amenities.   

* United and Hawaiian use Terminal 3 for Ticketing/Check-In and Baggage Claim but will operate from the D Gates concourse which is easily accessible via an Automated Transit System located on Zero Level of Terminal 3.