Ungated Post | 25 Jan 2020

The Economic Impact of McCarran (Las Vegas) Airport

McCarran and its sister airports bring widespread benefit to the Las Vegas region. Oxford Economics found that 25% of all jobs in the region are supported by airport operations and that the benefit is widespread. For example, passengers arriving by air support over 115,000 jobs in the hospitality and leisure industry and 11,000 jobs in manufacturing and related activities are supported by cargo operations. Just as importantly, direct access from McCarran to global markets help Las Vegas diversify its economy and attract new companies to the region.


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