Reno-Tahoe International Airport (IATA: RNO, ICAO: KRNO, FAA LID: RNO) is a public and military use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) southeast of downtown Reno, in Washoe County, Nevada. It is the State's second busiest commercial airport after McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. The Nevada Air National Guard has the 152nd Airlift Wing southwest of the airport's main terminal. It is named after Jesse L. Reno and Lake Tahoe.
It has three runways with concrete surfaces: 16R/34L is 11,002 by 150 feet (3,353 x 46 m); 16L/34R is 9,000 by 150 feet (2,743 x 46 m); 7/25 is 6,102 by 150 feet (1,860 x 46 m) In the fall of 2010, the airport opened a new 200-foot (61-meter) ATCT to replace the 70-foot (21-meter) control tower that had been used for more than 50 years.
Reno-Tahoe International Airport provides two concourses designated B and C with an overall 23 jet bridge gates.
Airlines serving Reno have around 140 flights daily to and from the airport, providing service to 15 cities non-stop and about 31 cities with a same plane one stop flight. Airlines servicing the airport to and from various destinations include, Air North (Vancouver), Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Allegiant Air, Delta Airlines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines and Volaris (Guadalajara). Freight airlines include Ameriflight, DHL, Fedex, and UPS.
- Accurate terminal building, concourses, hangars, towers, and airport layout;
- Color corrected runway and apron/tarmac textures reflecting real world;
- Color-corrected ground textures to reflect real-world topography colors;
- Accurate custom buildings including casinos surround airport area;
- PBR where necessary
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