A new terminal at McCarran Airport in Las Vegas will have wireless Internet and officials hope the terminal's increased capacity will be wired to attract more travelers from overseas.
With the arrival of an overnight flight from London this week, Las Vegas will mark the opening of a $2.4 billion airport terminal that officials say could help lift the southern Nevada economy from the depths of the Great Recession.
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