Reno Tahoe International Airport RNO
serves the City of Reno and its Washoe County in the State of Nevada. It is the gateway to Reno’s casinos and is only a 30-minute drive from the Sierra Nevada mountains and the year-round recreational playground of Lake Tahoe, which is 20 miles east of the Airport.
Serving a popular vacation spot and a growing city, Reno Tahoe Airport has seen considerable passenger traffic increase. Recently it was named one of the most efficient airports in North America. In Aril 2016 Airport Revwenue New awarded it the 'Best Customer Service' accolate; while ACI awarded it the 'Human Resuces Excellence Program' award. .
RNO Airport is located in within City limits of Reno - only 3 miles from downtown - and just off Interstate Hwy. 80 and the US-395 interchange.
With a long runway and 3.6 million passengers in 2016, Reno Tahoe International Airport is served by a number of major airlines offering nonstop and one-stop flights to multiple destinations throughout the U.S., with connections to all points of the globe.
Airlines flies to Los Angeles twice a week with same-day departures & arrivals.
started service to Atlanta: between 1/7/17 & 3/26/17 on Saturdays only.
Airlines offers one weekly seasonal service to Dallas Love Field (DAL) until March 4, 2017. It also offers daily service to San Jose, Silicon Valley.
Reno Tahoe Airport has one passenger terminal.
Present and future Airport developments:
The 16-month Master Plan process started Oct. 2016 and will address airport growth, aviation industry changes & FAA standards for the coming 20 years.