McCarran Field

McCarran Field
These stone pillars were from the entrance of the original McCarran Field (currently Nellis Air Force Base). The pillars were built in 1941 and moved to their current Las Vegas Boulevard location in 1950.
McCarran Field
The original Las Vegas Boulevard terminal entrance.
McCarran Field
The Paradise Road terminal entrance.
McCarran Airport
This work, "McCarran Airport", is a derivative of "Aerial photo of McCarran International Airport (Las Vegas)..." by Craig Butz, used under CC BY-SA 3.0. "McCarran Airport" is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 by The Historic Las Vegas Project.
McCarran Airport Slot Machines
McCarran International Airport and Reno-Tahoe International Airport are the only two American airports with slot machines. " Las Vegas Airport Slot Machines " by Michael Kappel is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0.
Hacienda Skyhawk
Hacienda Skyhawk. On December 4, 1958, Bob Timm and John Cook departed McCarran Field and set an endurance record. They stayed in the air for 64 days, 22 hours, 19 minutes, and five seconds.
South Las Vegas Boulevard
Photograph of Las Vegas Airport, Las Vegas (Nev.), 1960s. Darrell Bradford Collection. UNLV Libraries Special Collections & Archives. Text layers added by The Historic Las Vegas Project.

The land previously occupied the Alamo Field in the 1940s. In honor of Nevada Senator Patrick McCarran, becomes McCarran Field in 1948. Becomes McCarran International Airport in 1968. Renamed Harry Reid International Airport in 2021.

Original terminal location was located on US 91; later renamed Las Vegas Boulevard. In 1963, a new terminal was built on Paradise Road.

Harry Reid International Airport slot concession associated with: Michael Gaughan (2009).

Located at 5757 Wayne Newton Boulevard, Paradise, Nevada.

Denotes American Gaming Association Hall of Fame year of induction.