LAS VEGAS – McCarran International Airport has shut down all gates at two concourses in response to declined air traffic during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“As passenger activity has declined, McCarran officials are continually evaluating the airport’s infrastructure and operations to identify ways to maximize efficiencies and implement cost-savings measures,” officials said in a news release Wednesday.
In the process of consolidating operations, the Department of Aviation has also reduced its on-site workforce.
Here’s a look at what’s now closed at McCarran International Airport, where more than 50 million people landed last year:
B Concourse: all gates, retail and concessions C Annex Security Checkpoint E Concourse, Level 2: secured side – all gates, retail and concessions
Meanwhile, Terminal 3 remains open with limited services