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Mc. Carran International Airport – Gateway to Las Vegas Chris Jones, Public Affairs & Marketing Manager Clark County Department of Aviation Oct. 8, 2012
Mc. Carran in 1951
Mc. Carran Today
Mc. Carran Fast Facts • Nearly 1, 500 employees work for the Department of Aviation and another 14, 300 work for airlines, tenants and concessions. • In 2011, Mc. Carran hosted 41. 5 million passengers, a 4. 3 percent increase from the previous year. • Mc. Carran handles nearly 114, 000 passengers a day. • In 2011, Mc. Carran ranked as the seventh-busiest airport in North America. • Mc. Carran is the second-busiest Origin and Destination (O & D) airport in the U. S.
Total Sources of Funds $502. 4 million for Fiscal Year 2012 (unaudited)
Total Uses of Funds $502. 4 million for Fiscal Year 2012 (unaudited)
What’s Happening at Mc. Carran Terminal 3 – one of the largest terminal expansion projects in the country
Project History • To plan for future growth, in the late 1980 s the Department of Aviation examined options to expand Mc. Carran. A Terminal Planning Study prepared in March 1990 indicated a need for two new buildings east of the C Concourse. • The first of those recommendations resulted in the D Concourse, which opened in 1998. It was designed as a satellite facility tied to existing terminal infrastructure, including parking, ticketing, checkpoints, baggage claim, etc. • Planning for the study’s second recommended expansion, a self-contained “unit terminal” that would include a new garage and roadway system, began in the late 1990 s.
Before T 3 construction could begin Russell Road had to be relocated Before After
Major Project Components Contract No. 2145 -1 2330 Description Russell Road Relocation Burnham Power* 2270 -1 2331 Frank Sinatra Power* 2323 Central Plant* 2270 Roadway System* 2273 Automated Transit System 2271 Parking Garage* 2152 Terminal 3 Building* 2272 Apron 2291 *PLA project. Early Civil Package* Terminal 1 Roadway Tie-In* 2376 Roadway Signage*
Terminal 3 Fast Facts • 1. 9 million-square-foot, three-story building – 14 gates – Ticketing lobby – Baggage claim – TSA security checkpoints on two levels • 6, 000 -space, eight-level parking structure • Expanded and upgraded CBP area • Underground Automated Transit System
Benefits of Terminal 3 • Increases operational flexibility by splitting traffic between two facilities • Provides upgraded and enhanced CBP facilities to process more international travelers • Creates additional shopping and dining options
Additional International Gates • International traffic was up 27 percent during the last six months of 2011, compared to the prior year. • On December 20, 2011, the Clark County Commission approved a change order to the contract to make Gate E-7 an international gate by extending the sterile corridor wall. • Terminal 3 reached its full gate at capacity for international traffic during some peak travel periods almost immediately after its June 27 opening.
Grand Central Station Mc. Carran averaged nearly 9, 000 taxis loaded each day in 2011, at just shy of 3. 3 million total. Its busiest single-day total was 14, 495 taxis loaded during the International CES convention on Jan. 5, 2011.
Divided operations Terminal 3’s opening resulted in its assumption of close to 30 percent of existing passenger traffic away from Terminals 1 and 2. This resulted in significant changes in ground transportation needs and operations at Mc. Carran.
Domestic Airlines • • Alaska Frontier Jet. Blue Sun Country Virgin America United Hawaiian
International Airlines • • • Aero. Mexico Air Berlin Air Canada Arke. Fly British Airways • • • Condor Copa Korean Air Philippine Airlines Sunwing Thomas Cook Virgin Atlantic Airways Viva. Aerobus Volaris West. Jet XL Airways France
Technology • • • 100 percent common use 32 curbside check-in positions 130 check-in positions in ticketing lobby 203 self-service kiosks, including capabilities for self-tagging baggage Self-boarding gates Dynamic signage (1, 150 LCDs/LEDs) Interactive directories Wi-Fi enabled terminal and ramp Distributed antenna system Automated aircraft docking 1, 000 cameras
A Global Leader Mc. Carran was honored by its industry peers at the 2012 Future Travel Experience awards. Voters said Mc. Carran offers the Best Check-In Experience among airports worldwide, including self-tagging and off-airport check-in.
Expediting the Process