With airlines cutting flights to the rapidly cooling Las Vegas market, some industry officials are questioning plans for a new, $2.5 billion terminal at McCarran International Airport. "There is clearly not a current need for increased capacity," said Linda Macey, properties manager for Southwest Airlines, which accounts for more than one-third of the airport's passenger traffic. But airport official Rosemary Vassiliadis disagreed, saying, "We do not feel that we should be delaying any of this whatsoever."

Full Story:
USA Today

Related Summaries