The Future of RNO is More

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Reduced Speeds and Lane Closures in front of Ticketing Hall

Please arrive at least two hours before your departing flight. The lanes closest to the Ticketing Hall are closed and passenger drop-off has moved to the outside three lanes closest to the parking garage. Reduce speed and follow signage.

More of What You Love


RTAA is transforming the travel experience with a multi-year program, MoreRNO. This infrastructure program—the largest ever at the airport—will bring passengers more of what they love. RNO will have more local restaurants, more shops, more space to park cars, more room to hug loved ones, more art from the thriving Reno arts scene, and more architecture inspired by the Reno-Tahoe region.

About the Program

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Ticketing Hall & Road Construction

Inner Lanes Closed for Construction

All Passenger Drop-Off and Pick-up will occur through the three west (left) lanes closest to the parking garage. The curb area located south of the sky bridge is dedicated to passenger drop-off and the curb area located north of the sky bridge is dedicated to passenger pick-up.

Reduced Ticketing Hall Entrances

RNO is temporarily consolidating entries in the Ticketing Hall to one at the north and one at the south starting October 13, 2022.

Use our Free Waiting Lot

People picking up passengers should use the free waiting lot and check with airlines to ensure flights are on time.

Drop-off & Pick-up
Ticketing Hall Expansion

Photos on Construction Progress

  • Erected Steel Beams

  • Electrical Conduit

  • Elevator Tower with vibrant blue paneling

    Elevator Tower

  • Construction area of open walking path

    Circulation Path

  • Side by side view of ticketing hall with construction wall splitting the frame

    Side by Side view

  • Construction area showing new walking path and windows

    New Portals and Lights

FAQ’s on Construction Impacts

When will construction end?

The Ticketing Hall Expansion will be completed in spring 2024, and the innermost lanes of the Loop Road will reopen to passengers.

The second phase of Loop Road construction will begin, blocking the outermost lanes near the parking garage. This construction is expected to be completed in 2024.

Where is Passenger Drop-off?

Passenger drop-off is located on the outer curb of the Loop Road. Signs will indicate where is best for drop-off for each airline. Please follow signs.

Where is Passenger Pick-up?

Passenger pick-up is located on the outer curb of the Loop Road past the sky bridge near baggage claim. Those picking up passengers should use the Free Waiting Lot to alleviate congestion.

How will construction affect passenger parking at the airport?

Parking is not effected by construction, however the parking entrance may be congested along the loop road during peak travel times. Please check the real-time parking availability feature before heading to the airport.

Will construction affect employee access to Green Lot Parking?

Please follow signage. If you currently have access to park in the Green Lot, you will continue to be able to park there. Please drive with caution and be aware of construction vehicles and passengers exiting from the Yellow Lot.

Will construction affect Ground Transportation Operators?

Yes – Ground Transportation Operators will be notified of upcoming adjustments. For more information please contact

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