Vegas Operator Sues Airport, County Over Loss Of Contract

Posted on December 20, 2011

LAS VEGAS -- CLS Nevada/CLS Transportation, facing the loss of its limousine concession at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, is suing the airport and the Clark County Commission.

With taxi trips up but limousine and shuttle bus traffic flat, McCarran is reducing the number of limousine operators from six to four effective May 1.

Full article: CLS Nevada Fights Limo Service Concession Decision At McCarran International Airport


Related Topics: airport contracts, airports, Charlie Horky, CLS Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada operators

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