How to get to ConExpo

By KHL Group23 January 2017

Air travel

McCarran International Airport

www.mccarran.com

Taxi/shuttles/limousines

More than 10 companies offer taxi service to and from the airport and throughout Las Vegas. Some taxis do not accept credit cards. The maximum number of passengers allowed in a taxi is five. At Terminal 1, taxis are available on the east side of baggage claim at Exits 1-4. At Terminal 3, taxis are on Level Zero. Expect long lines during peak hours. Visit www.mccarran.com/Go/Taxis.aspx for information about booking a taxi.

Group shuttles are an economical way to get from the airport to most major hotels. While in route, group shuttles make multiple stops. For Terminal 1 group shuttles are available on the west side of baggage claim outside of doors 7 to 13. For Terminal 3 shuttles are on Level Zero at the end of the building. Four shuttle companies serve the McCarran International Airport. For information about booking as shuttle please visit www.mccarran.com/Go/Shuttles.aspx

Limousine service information is at: www.mccarran.com/Go/Limousines.aspx

Rental cars and buses

Blue and white McCarran Rent-A-Car Center shuttle buses depart approximately every five minutes for the three-mile trip to the Center and the car rental company of your choice.

For information on the rental car and bus companies see: www.mccarran.com/Go/RentalCars.aspx.

Monorail

The Las Vegas Monorail is an easy way to travel on the Strip. Trains arrive every 4 to 8 minutes at seven stations. For more information and train hours see: www.lvmonorail.com

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