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4.27 million air passengers recorded in March in Las Vegas

Reid International Airport numbers present robust development

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Airline passenger counts elevated by 27.8% in a single month as air journey surged in Las Vegas, in line with numbers launched by Reid International Airport.

Records present 4.27 million passengers used the airport in March, up from 3.34 million in February.

The development in airline visitors got here as air carriers noticed greater demand after the COVID-19 omicron variant ran its course in January and February.

International passengers grew by practically 54,000 — a 53.7% leap over February. And in comparison with final March, worldwide passengers have grown by virtually 800%.

The development in comparison with final year was up throughout, displaying a 65.8% enhance total. That compares to a 26.3% enhance in home journey.

Year-to-date passenger counts — now at 10.76 million by March — far exceeded 2021 year-to-date numbers. Air passengers are up 89% in comparison with this time final year.

Southwest Airlines, the No.1 service at Reid, recorded 1.46 million passengers — 289,080 extra passengers than in February.

  • Southwest Airlines: 1,468,680, up 24.5% over February, and up 64.6% over final March
  • Spirit Airlines: 538,827, up 29.0% over February, and up 64.1% over final March
  • Delta Air Lines: 424,678, up 31.4% over February, and up 95.9% over final March
  • American Airlines: 388,661, up 23.0% over February, and up 41.0% over final March
  • Frontier Airlines: 366,203, up 16.4% over February, and up 27.9% over final March
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