LAS Terminal 3
Terminal 3 at McCarran International Airport is the largest public works project in Nevada and stretches almost half a mile across the desert, providing Las Vegas with a full-service, stand-alone International Terminal that also connects with existing Terminals 1 and 2. A column-free ticketing hall and concourses provide flexible open spaces that accommodate large flows of passengers.
Terminal 3 is used for all international flights as well as some domestic airlines. In addition to hosting all international carriers, Terminal 3 houses Alaska Airlines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Sun Country Airlines, and Virgin America operating out of Concourse E, and Hawaiian Airlines and United Airlines which continue to operate out of Concourse D.
Walter P Moore’s efficient design and close collaboration with the architect enabled the structure’s seismic bracing system to be integrated with the building’s systems and architecture while meeting stringent requirements in this highly seismic region.