Enjoy Non-Stop Flights to and from Reno, Nevada
Make your getaway to the Biggest Little City in the World!
Commonly referred to as "where the largest alpine lake collides with The Biggest Little City in the World," the Reno-Tahoe area offers great adventures for any budget. Whether it’s the excitement at world-class casinos, skiing and other outdoor activities amongst the spectacular scenery of Lake Tahoe, or the burgeoning food and art scene — your Reno Tahoe adventure awaits when you arrive on aha!
Things to Do in Reno
Conveniently located 5 minutes away from Reno-Tahoe International Airport, discover 24/7 entertainment in Downtown Reno – and don’t forget to visit the iconic Reno Arch!
Founded in 1931, the Nevada Museum of Art offers meaningful art and cultural experience, and is the only accredited art museum in the state of Nevada.
Visit the shores of Lake Tahoe all year round – from skiing and snowboarding in the winter, to paddle boarding, hiking, camping and mountain biking—there are plenty of things to explore for all types adventure-seekers!
Yee-haw! Dubbed the “Wildest, Richest Rodeo in the West”, the Reno Rodeo is the city’s longest running iconic event that features a 10-days and nights of the best rodeo competition in the country!
Founded in 1996, Artown is a month-long summer arts festival whose mission is to strengthen Reno’s arts industry by encouraging local artists in participating to highlight the finest multidisciplinary arts in Northern Nevada.
Get ready to drive down memory lane! Every August, this nostalgic event will take you back as the streets of Virginia City, Reno and Sparks vibrate with classic cars to bring tribute to the automobiles and music of the 50’s through the 80’s.
Burning Man is not your ordinary festival. “Burners” gather every year to Northern Nevada’s Black Rock Desert to create “Black Rock City” where citizens become united in the pursuit of self-reliance, self-expression and self-discovery.
Known as Reno’s most colorful and spectacular event, The Great Reno Balloon Race is a community tradition. It is the largest free hot-air balloon even in the world that takes place in Rancho San Rafael Park, located 1.5 miles from Downtown Reno!
Held every September just north of Reno, The National Championship Air Races is a unique event, and an institution for aviation enthusiasts from around the world. Featuring air shows, aircraft and drone displays and military aircraft, this is one iconic Reno event you wouldn’t want to miss.
Enjoy top barbecue competitors from all over the country in this yearly grilling competition that takes place each Labor Day Weekend. Come hungry, because you’ll definitely be leaving satisfied from loads of delicious ribs!
Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) is conveniently located along the I-80 and HWY-395 interchange, and about 5 minutes from downtown Reno. It strives to offer the best air service available for the Reno & Lake Tahoe area, as well as its surrounding region. Enjoy affordable parking, efficient check-in and security screening along with a wide variety of gift shops and restaurants.
Ticket Counter Hours
Airport check-in counters are open for check-in 90 minutes prior to departure and will close 30 minutes before departure.
When to Arrive at the Airport
We recommend that guests arrive at the airport at least 90 minutes before their scheduled departure to ensure adequate time to check baggage and process through security screening.
Guests should be present for boarding at the gate 30 minutes before scheduled departure time. Guests who are not at the gate and ready to board at least 15 minutes before scheduled departure time may forfeit their seat and fare paid.
Aha! Check-In Information
Guests may check-in online, pre-pay applicable baggage charges, and print boarding passes (and soon on our mobile app). Baggage charges may be lower when paid online than at the airport. Priority boarding is available for purchase online or at the airport.