Reno / Tahoe International Airport (Guide)

Reno–Tahoe International Airport is a public-military airport just 3 miles (6 km) south-east of downtown Reno, Washoe County, Nevada. It is a publicly owned entity, run by Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority. RNO is ranked as the 2ndbusiest commercial airport. The airport received its name after the City of Reno, Jesse L. Reno, and Lake Tahoe.

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Departures

General Information about the Departures and Security Procedures at Reno-Tahoe International Airport.

Arrivals

General Information about Arrivals and Border Crossing Procedures at Reno-Tahoe International Airport.

Terminals

Overview of Terminals, Gates, and Operating Airlines at Reno-Tahoe International Airport.

Location

The precise location and postal address of Reno-Tahoe International Airport.

Transportation

Different transportation options and services at Reno / Tahoe International Airport.

Transfers

Transfers, Shuttles, and Share-rides at Reno / Tahoe International Airport.

Car Rentals

Car Rental Service and Partner Companies at Reno / Tahoe International Airport.

Airport Service

Services and Facilities provided by Reno / Tahoe International Airport.

Parking

Parking options and garages at Reno / Tahoe International Airport.

Duty free

Duty-Free and other Shopping and Dining options at and Reno / Tahoe International Airport.

More about Reno / Tahoe International Airport (Guide)

Reno / Tahoe International Airport (Guide)

Reno–Tahoe International Airport is a public-military airport just 3 miles (6 km) south-east of downtown Reno, Washoe County, Nevada. It is a publicly owned entity, run by Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority. RNO is ranked as the 2ndbusiest commercial airport. The airport received its name after the City of Reno, Jesse L. Reno, and Lake Tahoe.

The airport codes are IATA: RNO, FAA LID: RNO, ICAO: KRNO.

The Capacity of Reno-Tahoe International Airport

Office of the Attorney General(OAG) in August 1953 shows around 15 scheduled departures each weekday; 10-years later, there were 28 daily departures at RNO.

Reno-Tahoe International Airport covers approximately 1,450 acres (587 ha) and the elevation of 4,415 ft. (1,346 m). In 2018, RNO managed 93,636 aircraft operations, with a daily average of 256, in which 47% was from the airline, 38% from general aviation, 13% from air taxi, and 3% from the military. At that period, around 123 aircraft were based: 74 single-engine, 17 jet, 18 multi-engines, nine military planes, and five helicopters. Since RNO had more than 10,000 enplanements each year, it was ranked as a commercial primary service airport by the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems.

The Brief History of RNO

In 1929, the RNO airport was built by Boeing Transport Inc. At first, the area was called Hubbard Field, after air transport pioneer and Boeing Air Transport VP - Eddie Hubbard. In 1936 the airport was acquired by United Airlines, which, in 1953, purchased by the city of Reno. Later, in 1960, the first terminal building was completed via Winter Olympics, held in Squaw Valley, California. Terminal concourses and the present ticketing lobby were built-in 1979.