Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017|11:57 a.m.
Las Vegas aviation authorities say the city’s airport is on track to break its year-end record as September marked the seventh consecutive month it logged more than 4 million guests.
Figures from the Clark County Department of Aviation reveal that the McCarran International Airport saw a more than 2 percent increase in guest volume last month as compared with September 2016.
More than 36 million individuals have flown in or out of the Las Vegas airport this year, putting it on speed to reach past the year-end record of nearly 48 million set in 2007.
In spite of the total boost last month, the airport’s top four scheduled carriers all skilled declines in between 2 percent and 3.5 percent as compared with the very same month last year.