NEVADA – Reno-Tahoe International Airport is gearing up for a bustling Memorial Day weekend, with an estimated 13,000 passengers expected to travel through the airport. This figure represents an increase of approximately 4,000 people compared to a typical weekend. Despite ongoing construction, airport officials are working to ensure a smooth travel experience for all.
Stacey Sunday, spokesperson for Reno-Tahoe International, emphasized the challenges posed by the ongoing lobby construction. She stated, “You’ll have to drop off and pick up on the outer three lanes.” To navigate these changes, the airport advises travelers to check renoairport.com for information on available short and long-term parking options. In the event that parking is limited, overflow lots will be made available.
Sunday reassured travelers that no cars have ever been turned away from parking at the airport. The airport staff employs creative solutions to accommodate all vehicles. Additionally, alternative parking options are offered at various Reno casinos, such as GSR and Peppermill, which provide free airport shuttles running every half hour.
As Memorial Day weekend approaches, Reno-Tahoe International Airport is prepared to handle the increased traffic and provide convenient parking options for travelers. Plan ahead and enjoy a smooth journey to your destination.
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