LAS VEGAS (AP) - Two new airlines are shifting to a new terminal in Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport.
United Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines are moving to the newly opened Terminal 3 Wednesday.
The companies join Alaska Airlines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Sun Country Airlines and Virgin America in the $2.4 billion terminal that opened at the end of June. The space also services foreign airlines.
McCarran officials say shifting more domestic airlines to the new site will ease congestion in the older Terminal 1.
Officials have installed electronic signs over roadways leading into the airport to guide drivers to the proper terminal.
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