Reno-Tahoe International Airport To See Unprecedented Crowds This Weekend, Parking Demand Critical | News from Carson City, Nevada
With pent-up travel demand, new destinations available, vacationers heading to Lake Tahoe and the upcoming July 4 vacation, Reno-Tahoe International Airport officials say they expect to see a number ” unprecedented “number of passengers this weekend.
Car parks will be at full capacity and passengers will experience longer queues at the ticket office and security checkpoint, as the airport will potentially see more than 15,000 passengers arriving and departing on peak days, Thursday through Monday, according to a press release from the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority. .
While overflow courts with an additional 400 spaces will be available when the garage and surface lot fill up, Reno-Tahoe International may run out of space as of late this Thursday, June 24. The airport recommends that travelers use another means. transportation such as Uber, Lyft, taxi, public transportation or take a ride with a friend or relative.
“If driving to Reno-Tahoe International is the only option, parking staff will work during peak hours to direct traffic and hand out cards if the garage and parking lot fill up. must first park in the garage or surface lot, but if it is full, the overflow signs will be clearly marked when guests enter the airport, ”the press release said.
Other recommendations include:
– Arrive at least two hours before the originally scheduled departure time
– Speed up the security screening process by emptying pockets, removing shoes, electronics, jackets, food and liquids (not to exceed 3 oz.)
– Download boarding passes at home and keep cellphones charged for airline alerts