SUMMARY: Managers at McCarran International Airport, citing lower passenger volume than in the past, have decided to reduce the number of limo and shuttle companies serving the airport from six to four.
LAS VEGAS — McCarran International Airport will have fewer limousine and shuttle bus operators to pick up air travelers next year.
Airport managers, citing lower passenger volume than in the past, will trim the number of companies serving the airport from six to four, a move prompting some operators to express concern about declining service.
Earlier this month, the airport sent out a request for proposals that would cover a new contract to start May 1, two months before the new Terminal 3 opens. Airport managers had previously said they wanted to trim the pack, but the request for proposal offered the first details of their plan.
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Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal