Flight City Carrier Time Status
2317 San Jose Alaska 9:14 ADelayed
42 Long Beach Jetblue 1:11 PArrived
3341 Lubbock Dallas Las Vegas Southwest 2:25 POn Time
2257 Seattle Alaska 2:02 POn Time
Flight City Carrier Time Status
815 Salt Lake Delta 2:20 POn Time
1801 San Francisco United 2:15 P
43 Long Beach Jetblue 1:53 POn Time
1218 Dallas-ft. Worth American 1:55 POn Time

Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RTIA) has 8 airlines to get you where you want to go!

Currently operating out of RTIA are: Alaska Airlines, Allegiant, American, Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, United and Volaris.

We offer an Online Searchable Flight Tool to help you plan your trip, whether traveling to or from Reno-Tahoe International Airport.


Reno-Tahoe International offers 24 hour short term and long term parking facilities in a convenient structure and surface lot. Short term (less than 24 hours) parking is available on the first floor of the parking structure. Long term parking is available on the second and third floor of the structure and in the surface lot.


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Latest News

  • 05-22-2017 - Drone Test Site Demonstration at the Reno–Stead Airport

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  • 05-21-2017 - Airport CEO Issues Statement Regarding Passenger Altercation

    The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority is conducting a further investigation into a racially motivated altercation between two passengers at th

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  • 05-17-2017 - Workshop to Help Local Businesses Open Inside Airport Terminal

    Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) wants to land local retail and restaurant businesses in the terminal to help give customers a true

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  • 04-18-2017 - New Trustee Appointed to Airport Authority Board

    The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority swore in a new member to the Airport Board of Trustees yesterday.

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  • 03-28-2017 - Military to the Mountains Injured Veterans Arrive at Reno-Tahoe Airport Monday

    Join the Reno-Tahoe International Airport and the High Fives Foundation in welcoming 22 injured U.S.

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  • Today drones practiced flying in crowded airspace dropping packages of simulated survival supplies like hand warmers, fire blankets, and flashlights in a safe manner.

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  • Two round-trip airfare tickets to Denver on Southwest Airlines, a Hotels.com giftcard, some spending money, and an RNO gift bag with goodies. Yes Please! http://www.renoairport.com/getaways

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  • Congratulations to Anthony who won our #RNOGetaways trip to Las Vegas. Anthony says he is especially thrilled to be going on a romantic getaway withOUT the kids.

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  • We will continue to do our part Mr. Torres! http://bit.ly/2rs3Yam

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  • On behalf of Marily Mora, CEO of Reno-Tahoe International Airport: The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority will be conducting a further investigation into a racially motivated altercation between two passengers at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport on the evening of Thursday, May 18. The Airport Police responded to the gate area on Concourse C within two minutes of being dispatched and spoke to both passengers involved as well as witnesses. The passenger who was the target of the discriminatory comments made a video of the incident. When police arrived, he declined to press charges. The passenger who filmed the incident continued on his flight and the other passenger and his family did not fly that day. The security, safety, and customer experience of all our guests will always be our highest priority. We will be attempting to reach out to the passenger who made the video of the altercation to express our sincere apologies and support in the wake of the incident. We will also be conducting a thorough investigation into the events of that evening. We will also be reviewing internal procedures including why airport officials learned of the incident through social media 2 days after it happened. The Airport Authority is deeply saddened to see this type of situation occur at our airport. Every passenger, regardless of race, religion, the language they speak, nation of origin, sexual orientation, age or political belief is welcome at Reno-Tahoe International Airport.

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