Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority

A sign outside that says, “Reno Tahoe International Airport,” with a sign beneath it in the grass that says, “RENO,” in large letters.
Trevor Bexon

A Trump campaign rally in Reno planned for this weekend has been canceled because the event would violate the state's COVID-19 restrictions, and Nevada officials aren't backing down on efforts to control the virus.

Reno-Tahoe International Airport Hobbled By COVID-19

Apr 4, 2020
An airport passenger drop-off terminal with no people and minimal cars.
Brian Bahouth / The Sierra Nevada Ally

Since the first of March, airline passenger volume in the United States has dropped by more than 80 percent. People are still allowed to fly, and freight terminals are busy, but the passenger numbers at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport are down to a trickle and the airport reaches deep into the regional economy.

Noah Glick

The Reno-Tahoe International Airport recently launched new air service to Long Beach, California. Soon the airport will add flights to Dallas Love Field and Atlanta, Georgia.

Reno Public Radio’s Noah Glick explores what these non-stop flights mean for the region.

Reno-Tahoe Airport Now Flying Non-Stop To Boise

Nov 6, 2015
Marcus Lavergne

The Reno-Tahoe International Airport’s reach got bigger today due to the addition of a new non-stop flight to Boise, Idaho. Reno Public Radio’s Marcus Lavergne reports.

Alaska Airline’s sister carrier, Horizon Air, will now fly passengers back and forth from Reno to Boise on a 76-seater aircraft.

Airport officials celebrated yesterday’s opening with a dance battle between the University of Nevada, Reno’s mascot, Wolfie, and Boise State University’s Buster Bronco.