Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) serves more than 4.43 million passengers per year. The Airport is located only 5 minutes from downtown Reno and 40 minutes to Lake Tahoe and some of the finest ski resorts and outdoor recreation in the world.
The Reno-Tahoe International Airport's official IATA (International Air Transport Association) code is RNO.
The airport was first constructed in 1929 and was originally named Hubbard Field. Later, in the mid-1930s the airport was acquired by the United Airlines and sold to the city of Reno in the early 1950s.
The Airport Authority of Washoe County was created by 1977 Nevada Legislature to own and operate the Airport beginning in 1978. In July 2005, the name was changed to Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority.
The Airport was named Reno-Tahoe International
Airport in 1994, with the Terminal Building
named after Senator Howard W. Cannon.
No local tax dollars are involved in operating Reno-Tahoe International Airport. Federal construction funds are used from a special ticket tax, not general income taxes.
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