The number of seats that airlines fly into McCarran International Airport grew by 1.4 million in the recently ended 2016 fiscal year — sixth best among peer U.S. markets.

In a report to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board of directors this week, representatives of McCarran, the LVCVA and the agency’s aviation consultant, Ailevon Pacific Airline Consulting, said an average of 73,320 seats arrive and depart the Las Vegas market each day, a 0.5 percent increase over the previous year, but 6.3 percent below the 78,267 recorded in 2007, the airport’s best year.

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