Las Vegas airport to see boost from AA-US Airways merger

04/22/2013 | VegasInc.com (Las Vegas)

The McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas could see a lift in international flying after the merger between American Airlines and US Airways, experts say. "We already have British Airways doing extremely well with its service to Heathrow and now Gatwick (in London)," said Damon Hylton, an air service consultant to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. "A stronger (alliance) can only help efforts with international carriers."

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