Airport North Las Vegas Airport

North Las Vegas Airport is an important airport in the US state of Nevada and besides Las Vegas - McCarran International Airport, is the second airport in the city. Along with a few regional scheduled air services, the airport is mainly used by helicopter companies offering sightseeing and panorama flights. Apart from its use as a civilian airport, the airport is also used by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, which has a helicopter base there for daily traffic monitoring and police missions.
  • URL: North Las Vegas Airport (VGT)
  • Time zone: GMT -8
  • Service telephone: +1 702 261-3806
  • Address: North Las Vegas Airport, 2730 Airport Drive, North Las Vegas, Nevada 89032, USA
  • Operating company: Clark County
  • Parking: Yes, parking is available.
  • Nearby cities: Las Vegas (6 km), North Las Vegas (7 km), Sunrise Manor (11 km), Spring Valley (12 km), Paradise (13 km), Henderson (27 km)
  • Directions by car: Nevada State Route 599 about 10 km or 7 miles north of Las Vegas Strip.
  • Stations: The nearest Amtrak Rail Station is about 99 miles south east in Kingman, Arizona, where there is a connection to the "Southwest Chief" line running from Chicago to LA.
  • Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (0.00%), Tuesday (0.00%), Wednesday (0.00%), Thursday (0.00%), Friday (0.00%), Saturday (0.00%), Sunday (0.00%)
  • Alternative spelling: Northtown, Норт-Лас-Вегас, Невада, نورث لاس فيغاس، نيفادا, ノースラスベガス (ネバダ州), 北拉斯維加斯

Opened in 1941, the airport is on Nevada State Route 599, approximately 10 km or 7 miles north of the Las Vegas Strip. The airport is accessible using the US Highway 95 or US Highway 93.

Between the airport and the Transportation Center (DTC) downtown, the bus route 106 operates a regular service to the RTC transit, from the DTC there is also a link to the bus numbers 108 and 109 that serve McCarran International Airport. Current timetable details are available locally.