• Serving Reno, NV / USA
    Reno–Tahoe International Airport
  • Reno Airport Airline Information

    Reno–Tahoe International Airport: 2001 E Plumb Ln, Reno, NV 89502

Serving as a gateway into Nevada’s third largest city, the Reno–Tahoe International Airport receives great service from major American companies. The ticket counters are located to the right of the entrance and the baggage carousels are situated to the left of the entrance in the single main terminal building.

Southwest Airlines claims the busiest schedule at Reno–Tahoe International Airport. As the largest low-cost company in the United States, Southwest Airlines links the city of Reno with major cities in the West Coast region. First and foremost, this busy low-cost carrier offers direct trips to Las Vegas, the largest city in Nevada and one of the most visited cities in the United States. Portland and Seattle are major northwestern cities that are directly accessible through Southwest Airlines flights.

Reno–Tahoe International Airport is well connected to important destinations in Nevada’s neighboring state to the west. Los Angeles, Oakland, and San Diego are major cities in California that are listed on the schedule of Southwest Airlines. Phoenix and Salt Lake City also make the busy schedule operated by the nation’s largest low cost carrier. All Southwest Airlines operations take place at the Concourse B in Reno–Tahoe International Airport.

United Airlines connects the Reno-Tahoe area with some of the largest metropolitan areas on the West Coast and the South region of the country. This huge American carrier operates flights to Denver International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, and San Francisco International Airport. By directing air traffic to George Bush Houston Intercontinental Airport, United Airlines takes Reno’s passengers to the largest city in Texas. This major domestic airline operates from the gates at Concourse C in Reno–Tahoe International Airport.

US Airways operates regional service to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The flight to Arizona’s largest city is the only destination offered by this large U.S. airline company. Another major domestic airline that only offers one destination from Reno–Tahoe International Airport is Delta Air Lines. Using Concourse B, the Delta service lands at Salt Lake City International Airport in Utah’s biggest city.

Alaska Airlines offers great regional service between Reno and a major Pacific Northwest city. Based in Seattle, this carrier invites passengers to the company’s home. San Jose International Airport, one of the three major airports serving the San Francisco Bay Area, is also accessible via Alaska Airlines service that is offered at Concourse C in Reno–Tahoe International Airport.