Airport Maps & Terminal Guide
Getting Around the Airport
At the Las Vegas Airport there are exactly 110 gates to the airplanes divided amongst two terminal buildings: Terminal 1 or T1 and Terminal 3 or T3. Each of the two terminals comes with its own parking space, baggage claim and ticketing areas, as well as dining and shopping options. Before getting to the airport, it is crucial for all passengers to be aware of which airline serves which terminal, because the two terminal buildings are not connected in any way.
More detailed information about LAS Terminals can be found below.
Terminal 1 has four concourses: Concourse A, B, C, and D. Allegiant and Spirit airlines serve A Gates, Southwest and Spirit Airlines serve B Gates, Southwest also serves C Gates, and Delta and American airlines serve the D Gates of Terminal 1.
There is a parking garage available inside Terminal 1 with a space for 6,000 vehicles.The D Gates satellite concourse can be reached through an automated system of transit available at Terminal 1. The baggage claim of Terminal 1 is situated on Level 1 of Terminal 1 which is shared by all Concourses: A, B, C, and D.
To get better oriented, see the Las Vegas McCarran Las Vegas Airport Map - Terminal 1.
Terminal 3 has fourteen gates and two concourses: Concourse D and E. Both international and domestic airlines serve the D Gates of the terminal. AeroMexico, Air Canada, Volaris, and WestJet are the international airlines operating out of Terminal 3, while Alaska Air, Fly Frontier, OAI, Hawaiian Airlines, Fly Frontier, Sun Country, and United airlines are the domestic airlines.
There is a baggage claim area at Terminal 3 which is proclaimed as a state-of-the-art facility, as well as a 60,000 square feet arrival hall for border protection and customs. The D Gates satellite concourse can be reached through an automated system of transit available at level zero of Terminal 3.
To get better oriented, see the Las Vegas McCarran Las Vegas Airport Map - Terminal 3
Food, Shops & Amenities
There are many options for shopping and dining around the LAS airport. Some notable shops and restaurants include The B Lounge, Starbucks, ShopAll Sound and Kylie Cosmetics (vending) at Concourse A of Terminal 1; Tour Grill, Fresh Attractions, Hudson News, and ShopAll Pharmacy at Concourse B of Terminal 1; Corcoran's Irish Pub, Pei Wei, Life is Good, and Candy Cove at Concourse C of Terminal 1; The Great American Bagel Bakery, Baja Fresh Express, Coach, and MAC Cosmetics at Concourse D of Terminal 1; and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Burger King, Vegas Special Tees, and Sprinkles at Concourse E of Terminal 3.
The security checkpoints at the LAS airport are monitored by the Federal TSA - Transportation Security Administration. Only passengers possessing tickets are allowed to proceed beyond any of the security checkpoints. All security checkpoints provide access to the concourses and airplane gates.
The hours and wait times estimates for each security checkpoint can be found on the Las Vegas Airport Security Wait Times Page.
There are three main lounges available at LAS. The Centurion Lounge can be found at the D Gates inside Terminal 1 of the airport. This lounge is restricted to American Express Card members only. The Club is located at the D Gates inside Terminal 1 and E Gates inside Terminal 3. This lounge is open to all airport passengers on the purchase of a ‘day pass’. The third airline lounge is the United Club which also can be found at the D Gates inside Terminal 1. See the Las Vegas McCarran Airport Map for lounge locations.
- There are various options for taxis, limousines, rideshare, and rental cars available when getting to the airport
- Arrive two hours before flight time for domestic flights and three hours before flight time for international flights
- Check out the Las Vegas Airport Terminal Map before you arrive
- All international arrivals and departures are catered to by Level 2 of Terminal 3
- Mobile check in and self service check in kiosks are also available at the airport
- The lines at any of the airport security checkpoints may be adapted to the need of the hour, for example peak hours may required accommodation of a larger crowd
- When travelling with children:
- Account for extra time
- Keep children activities in your carry-ons
- Contact the airline beforehand if you need assistance for minors