Air Service Development

Air Service Development

The Airline Business Development department (ABD) is responsible for two essential air service businesses of the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority: air passenger and air cargo services. The goal of the ABD is to maintain existing air service levels while consistently striving to add more flights. This goal is achieved through continuous market place analysis of current and potential routes, examination of the Reno-Tahoe regional customer base, and teaming with community partners in order to present the best business case possible to new and existing air carriers.

Passenger Air Service

The Reno-Tahoe International Airport is served by 11 air carriers who collectively offer about 130 flights each day to/from 27+ non-stop destinations. RNO's mix of major and low-cost carriers offers the traveling public an excellent choice of air service options. RNO typically accommodates about 4.1 million passengers each year, proving the exceptional air service available to a community of more than 400,000 residents.




Cargo Air Service

In addition to its outstanding passenger air service, Reno-Tahoe International Airport is proud to be part of a region focused on air cargo. The Reno-Tahoe region and Northern Nevada is home to numerous West Coast distribution centers, online fulfillment centers and the Tahoe/Reno Industrial Center, which at completion, will be the largest industrial park in the world. Reno-Tahoe International Airport's air cargo carriers include DHL, FedEx Express, and UPS, as well as numerous ad-hoc charters throughout the year. Reno-Tahoe International Airport is capable of handling all cargo aircraft.  

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