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The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and Jamba Juice open at the new terminal

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is one of the latest restaurants to open at McCarran International Airport.

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and Jamba Juice are the newest food outlets to open at Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport, which opened a new Terminal 3 in July.

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf in Terminal 3 is the chain's third location at the airport. The nearly 800-square-foot café has an oak finish, tea crate accents, and a burgundy color scheme. The menu features a range of iced and hot coffees, teas, and snacks.

In Terminal C, Jamba Juice has opened its 21st airport location. Located near gate C-25, Jamba Juice blends 30 made-to-order smoothies, fruit and vegetable juices, and hot tea and coffee. Jamba Juice also serves baked goods, snacks, flatbread sandwiches, and oatmeal.

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is opening additional airport locations at the Los Angeles International Airport and Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport. Jamba Juice is planning to open more than 30 outlets in airports, bus, and train stations in the U.S. by the end of 2012.

Lauren Mack is the Travel Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @lmack.


McCarran airport’s control tower closure stretches into 5th day

Flight operations will be at reduced levels for a fifth-straight day Monday in Las Vegas as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

Flight operations in Las Vegas will be at reduced levels for a fifth straight day Monday as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

The tower was shuttered following a controller testing positive for COIVD-19 late Wednesday night. The Federal Aviation Administration closed the tower to clean and disinfect it.

Cleaning operations have been completed and the FAA is in the process of employee tracing and evaluation, according to the FAA’s map of its facilities in the U.S. impacted by the novel coronavirus.

Flight operations are being handled by the Las Vegas Terminal Radar Approach Control, operating as the control tower’s backup.

McCarran is operating at 12 arriving flights per hour, slightly up from the arrival rate of 10 aircraft an hour that was seen in the first four days of the closure. The arrival rate is still significantly down from the normal rate of 30 to 56 aircraft an hour, according to the FAA.

The first four days of the closure, which included reduced airline schedules because of the pandemic, led to long delays and hundreds of flights being canceled. Around 600 Southwest Airlines flights have been canceled over the past five days, including about 115 of the scheduled 200 departures for Monday, McCarran’s largest carrier said in an email.

The FAA’s website showed delays for flights arriving in Las Vegas were averaging 6 hours and 1 minute Monday morning.

No timetable for opening tower

The FAA didn’t have any new information on the controller who tested positive for the novel coronavirus, or if there was a timetable for the tower’s reopening.

Flight restrictions were put into place within a 5-mile radius of McCarran beginning March 19, following the positive test and reduced operations at McCarran, with those restrictions slated to last until Friday, the FAA’s website shows.

Vendors at McCarran began limiting hours amid the decrease in passengers caused by coronavirus concerns, but outlets will be open for passengers, according to Chris Jones, McCarran spokesman.

Crews are also performing increased cleanings, and encouraging social distancing to those in the terminals, Jones said.


McCarran airport’s control tower closure stretches into 5th day

Flight operations will be at reduced levels for a fifth-straight day Monday in Las Vegas as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

Flight operations in Las Vegas will be at reduced levels for a fifth straight day Monday as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

The tower was shuttered following a controller testing positive for COIVD-19 late Wednesday night. The Federal Aviation Administration closed the tower to clean and disinfect it.

Cleaning operations have been completed and the FAA is in the process of employee tracing and evaluation, according to the FAA’s map of its facilities in the U.S. impacted by the novel coronavirus.

Flight operations are being handled by the Las Vegas Terminal Radar Approach Control, operating as the control tower’s backup.

McCarran is operating at 12 arriving flights per hour, slightly up from the arrival rate of 10 aircraft an hour that was seen in the first four days of the closure. The arrival rate is still significantly down from the normal rate of 30 to 56 aircraft an hour, according to the FAA.

The first four days of the closure, which included reduced airline schedules because of the pandemic, led to long delays and hundreds of flights being canceled. Around 600 Southwest Airlines flights have been canceled over the past five days, including about 115 of the scheduled 200 departures for Monday, McCarran’s largest carrier said in an email.

The FAA’s website showed delays for flights arriving in Las Vegas were averaging 6 hours and 1 minute Monday morning.

No timetable for opening tower

The FAA didn’t have any new information on the controller who tested positive for the novel coronavirus, or if there was a timetable for the tower’s reopening.

Flight restrictions were put into place within a 5-mile radius of McCarran beginning March 19, following the positive test and reduced operations at McCarran, with those restrictions slated to last until Friday, the FAA’s website shows.

Vendors at McCarran began limiting hours amid the decrease in passengers caused by coronavirus concerns, but outlets will be open for passengers, according to Chris Jones, McCarran spokesman.

Crews are also performing increased cleanings, and encouraging social distancing to those in the terminals, Jones said.


McCarran airport’s control tower closure stretches into 5th day

Flight operations will be at reduced levels for a fifth-straight day Monday in Las Vegas as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

Flight operations in Las Vegas will be at reduced levels for a fifth straight day Monday as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

The tower was shuttered following a controller testing positive for COIVD-19 late Wednesday night. The Federal Aviation Administration closed the tower to clean and disinfect it.

Cleaning operations have been completed and the FAA is in the process of employee tracing and evaluation, according to the FAA’s map of its facilities in the U.S. impacted by the novel coronavirus.

Flight operations are being handled by the Las Vegas Terminal Radar Approach Control, operating as the control tower’s backup.

McCarran is operating at 12 arriving flights per hour, slightly up from the arrival rate of 10 aircraft an hour that was seen in the first four days of the closure. The arrival rate is still significantly down from the normal rate of 30 to 56 aircraft an hour, according to the FAA.

The first four days of the closure, which included reduced airline schedules because of the pandemic, led to long delays and hundreds of flights being canceled. Around 600 Southwest Airlines flights have been canceled over the past five days, including about 115 of the scheduled 200 departures for Monday, McCarran’s largest carrier said in an email.

The FAA’s website showed delays for flights arriving in Las Vegas were averaging 6 hours and 1 minute Monday morning.

No timetable for opening tower

The FAA didn’t have any new information on the controller who tested positive for the novel coronavirus, or if there was a timetable for the tower’s reopening.

Flight restrictions were put into place within a 5-mile radius of McCarran beginning March 19, following the positive test and reduced operations at McCarran, with those restrictions slated to last until Friday, the FAA’s website shows.

Vendors at McCarran began limiting hours amid the decrease in passengers caused by coronavirus concerns, but outlets will be open for passengers, according to Chris Jones, McCarran spokesman.

Crews are also performing increased cleanings, and encouraging social distancing to those in the terminals, Jones said.


McCarran airport’s control tower closure stretches into 5th day

Flight operations will be at reduced levels for a fifth-straight day Monday in Las Vegas as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

Flight operations in Las Vegas will be at reduced levels for a fifth straight day Monday as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

The tower was shuttered following a controller testing positive for COIVD-19 late Wednesday night. The Federal Aviation Administration closed the tower to clean and disinfect it.

Cleaning operations have been completed and the FAA is in the process of employee tracing and evaluation, according to the FAA’s map of its facilities in the U.S. impacted by the novel coronavirus.

Flight operations are being handled by the Las Vegas Terminal Radar Approach Control, operating as the control tower’s backup.

McCarran is operating at 12 arriving flights per hour, slightly up from the arrival rate of 10 aircraft an hour that was seen in the first four days of the closure. The arrival rate is still significantly down from the normal rate of 30 to 56 aircraft an hour, according to the FAA.

The first four days of the closure, which included reduced airline schedules because of the pandemic, led to long delays and hundreds of flights being canceled. Around 600 Southwest Airlines flights have been canceled over the past five days, including about 115 of the scheduled 200 departures for Monday, McCarran’s largest carrier said in an email.

The FAA’s website showed delays for flights arriving in Las Vegas were averaging 6 hours and 1 minute Monday morning.

No timetable for opening tower

The FAA didn’t have any new information on the controller who tested positive for the novel coronavirus, or if there was a timetable for the tower’s reopening.

Flight restrictions were put into place within a 5-mile radius of McCarran beginning March 19, following the positive test and reduced operations at McCarran, with those restrictions slated to last until Friday, the FAA’s website shows.

Vendors at McCarran began limiting hours amid the decrease in passengers caused by coronavirus concerns, but outlets will be open for passengers, according to Chris Jones, McCarran spokesman.

Crews are also performing increased cleanings, and encouraging social distancing to those in the terminals, Jones said.


McCarran airport’s control tower closure stretches into 5th day

Flight operations will be at reduced levels for a fifth-straight day Monday in Las Vegas as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

Flight operations in Las Vegas will be at reduced levels for a fifth straight day Monday as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

The tower was shuttered following a controller testing positive for COIVD-19 late Wednesday night. The Federal Aviation Administration closed the tower to clean and disinfect it.

Cleaning operations have been completed and the FAA is in the process of employee tracing and evaluation, according to the FAA’s map of its facilities in the U.S. impacted by the novel coronavirus.

Flight operations are being handled by the Las Vegas Terminal Radar Approach Control, operating as the control tower’s backup.

McCarran is operating at 12 arriving flights per hour, slightly up from the arrival rate of 10 aircraft an hour that was seen in the first four days of the closure. The arrival rate is still significantly down from the normal rate of 30 to 56 aircraft an hour, according to the FAA.

The first four days of the closure, which included reduced airline schedules because of the pandemic, led to long delays and hundreds of flights being canceled. Around 600 Southwest Airlines flights have been canceled over the past five days, including about 115 of the scheduled 200 departures for Monday, McCarran’s largest carrier said in an email.

The FAA’s website showed delays for flights arriving in Las Vegas were averaging 6 hours and 1 minute Monday morning.

No timetable for opening tower

The FAA didn’t have any new information on the controller who tested positive for the novel coronavirus, or if there was a timetable for the tower’s reopening.

Flight restrictions were put into place within a 5-mile radius of McCarran beginning March 19, following the positive test and reduced operations at McCarran, with those restrictions slated to last until Friday, the FAA’s website shows.

Vendors at McCarran began limiting hours amid the decrease in passengers caused by coronavirus concerns, but outlets will be open for passengers, according to Chris Jones, McCarran spokesman.

Crews are also performing increased cleanings, and encouraging social distancing to those in the terminals, Jones said.


McCarran airport’s control tower closure stretches into 5th day

Flight operations will be at reduced levels for a fifth-straight day Monday in Las Vegas as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

Flight operations in Las Vegas will be at reduced levels for a fifth straight day Monday as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

The tower was shuttered following a controller testing positive for COIVD-19 late Wednesday night. The Federal Aviation Administration closed the tower to clean and disinfect it.

Cleaning operations have been completed and the FAA is in the process of employee tracing and evaluation, according to the FAA’s map of its facilities in the U.S. impacted by the novel coronavirus.

Flight operations are being handled by the Las Vegas Terminal Radar Approach Control, operating as the control tower’s backup.

McCarran is operating at 12 arriving flights per hour, slightly up from the arrival rate of 10 aircraft an hour that was seen in the first four days of the closure. The arrival rate is still significantly down from the normal rate of 30 to 56 aircraft an hour, according to the FAA.

The first four days of the closure, which included reduced airline schedules because of the pandemic, led to long delays and hundreds of flights being canceled. Around 600 Southwest Airlines flights have been canceled over the past five days, including about 115 of the scheduled 200 departures for Monday, McCarran’s largest carrier said in an email.

The FAA’s website showed delays for flights arriving in Las Vegas were averaging 6 hours and 1 minute Monday morning.

No timetable for opening tower

The FAA didn’t have any new information on the controller who tested positive for the novel coronavirus, or if there was a timetable for the tower’s reopening.

Flight restrictions were put into place within a 5-mile radius of McCarran beginning March 19, following the positive test and reduced operations at McCarran, with those restrictions slated to last until Friday, the FAA’s website shows.

Vendors at McCarran began limiting hours amid the decrease in passengers caused by coronavirus concerns, but outlets will be open for passengers, according to Chris Jones, McCarran spokesman.

Crews are also performing increased cleanings, and encouraging social distancing to those in the terminals, Jones said.


McCarran airport’s control tower closure stretches into 5th day

Flight operations will be at reduced levels for a fifth-straight day Monday in Las Vegas as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

Flight operations in Las Vegas will be at reduced levels for a fifth straight day Monday as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

The tower was shuttered following a controller testing positive for COIVD-19 late Wednesday night. The Federal Aviation Administration closed the tower to clean and disinfect it.

Cleaning operations have been completed and the FAA is in the process of employee tracing and evaluation, according to the FAA’s map of its facilities in the U.S. impacted by the novel coronavirus.

Flight operations are being handled by the Las Vegas Terminal Radar Approach Control, operating as the control tower’s backup.

McCarran is operating at 12 arriving flights per hour, slightly up from the arrival rate of 10 aircraft an hour that was seen in the first four days of the closure. The arrival rate is still significantly down from the normal rate of 30 to 56 aircraft an hour, according to the FAA.

The first four days of the closure, which included reduced airline schedules because of the pandemic, led to long delays and hundreds of flights being canceled. Around 600 Southwest Airlines flights have been canceled over the past five days, including about 115 of the scheduled 200 departures for Monday, McCarran’s largest carrier said in an email.

The FAA’s website showed delays for flights arriving in Las Vegas were averaging 6 hours and 1 minute Monday morning.

No timetable for opening tower

The FAA didn’t have any new information on the controller who tested positive for the novel coronavirus, or if there was a timetable for the tower’s reopening.

Flight restrictions were put into place within a 5-mile radius of McCarran beginning March 19, following the positive test and reduced operations at McCarran, with those restrictions slated to last until Friday, the FAA’s website shows.

Vendors at McCarran began limiting hours amid the decrease in passengers caused by coronavirus concerns, but outlets will be open for passengers, according to Chris Jones, McCarran spokesman.

Crews are also performing increased cleanings, and encouraging social distancing to those in the terminals, Jones said.


McCarran airport’s control tower closure stretches into 5th day

Flight operations will be at reduced levels for a fifth-straight day Monday in Las Vegas as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

Flight operations in Las Vegas will be at reduced levels for a fifth straight day Monday as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

The tower was shuttered following a controller testing positive for COIVD-19 late Wednesday night. The Federal Aviation Administration closed the tower to clean and disinfect it.

Cleaning operations have been completed and the FAA is in the process of employee tracing and evaluation, according to the FAA’s map of its facilities in the U.S. impacted by the novel coronavirus.

Flight operations are being handled by the Las Vegas Terminal Radar Approach Control, operating as the control tower’s backup.

McCarran is operating at 12 arriving flights per hour, slightly up from the arrival rate of 10 aircraft an hour that was seen in the first four days of the closure. The arrival rate is still significantly down from the normal rate of 30 to 56 aircraft an hour, according to the FAA.

The first four days of the closure, which included reduced airline schedules because of the pandemic, led to long delays and hundreds of flights being canceled. Around 600 Southwest Airlines flights have been canceled over the past five days, including about 115 of the scheduled 200 departures for Monday, McCarran’s largest carrier said in an email.

The FAA’s website showed delays for flights arriving in Las Vegas were averaging 6 hours and 1 minute Monday morning.

No timetable for opening tower

The FAA didn’t have any new information on the controller who tested positive for the novel coronavirus, or if there was a timetable for the tower’s reopening.

Flight restrictions were put into place within a 5-mile radius of McCarran beginning March 19, following the positive test and reduced operations at McCarran, with those restrictions slated to last until Friday, the FAA’s website shows.

Vendors at McCarran began limiting hours amid the decrease in passengers caused by coronavirus concerns, but outlets will be open for passengers, according to Chris Jones, McCarran spokesman.

Crews are also performing increased cleanings, and encouraging social distancing to those in the terminals, Jones said.


McCarran airport’s control tower closure stretches into 5th day

Flight operations will be at reduced levels for a fifth-straight day Monday in Las Vegas as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

Flight operations in Las Vegas will be at reduced levels for a fifth straight day Monday as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

The tower was shuttered following a controller testing positive for COIVD-19 late Wednesday night. The Federal Aviation Administration closed the tower to clean and disinfect it.

Cleaning operations have been completed and the FAA is in the process of employee tracing and evaluation, according to the FAA’s map of its facilities in the U.S. impacted by the novel coronavirus.

Flight operations are being handled by the Las Vegas Terminal Radar Approach Control, operating as the control tower’s backup.

McCarran is operating at 12 arriving flights per hour, slightly up from the arrival rate of 10 aircraft an hour that was seen in the first four days of the closure. The arrival rate is still significantly down from the normal rate of 30 to 56 aircraft an hour, according to the FAA.

The first four days of the closure, which included reduced airline schedules because of the pandemic, led to long delays and hundreds of flights being canceled. Around 600 Southwest Airlines flights have been canceled over the past five days, including about 115 of the scheduled 200 departures for Monday, McCarran’s largest carrier said in an email.

The FAA’s website showed delays for flights arriving in Las Vegas were averaging 6 hours and 1 minute Monday morning.

No timetable for opening tower

The FAA didn’t have any new information on the controller who tested positive for the novel coronavirus, or if there was a timetable for the tower’s reopening.

Flight restrictions were put into place within a 5-mile radius of McCarran beginning March 19, following the positive test and reduced operations at McCarran, with those restrictions slated to last until Friday, the FAA’s website shows.

Vendors at McCarran began limiting hours amid the decrease in passengers caused by coronavirus concerns, but outlets will be open for passengers, according to Chris Jones, McCarran spokesman.

Crews are also performing increased cleanings, and encouraging social distancing to those in the terminals, Jones said.


McCarran airport’s control tower closure stretches into 5th day

Flight operations will be at reduced levels for a fifth-straight day Monday in Las Vegas as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

Flight operations in Las Vegas will be at reduced levels for a fifth straight day Monday as McCarran International Airport’s air traffic control tower remains closed.

The tower was shuttered following a controller testing positive for COIVD-19 late Wednesday night. The Federal Aviation Administration closed the tower to clean and disinfect it.

Cleaning operations have been completed and the FAA is in the process of employee tracing and evaluation, according to the FAA’s map of its facilities in the U.S. impacted by the novel coronavirus.

Flight operations are being handled by the Las Vegas Terminal Radar Approach Control, operating as the control tower’s backup.

McCarran is operating at 12 arriving flights per hour, slightly up from the arrival rate of 10 aircraft an hour that was seen in the first four days of the closure. The arrival rate is still significantly down from the normal rate of 30 to 56 aircraft an hour, according to the FAA.

The first four days of the closure, which included reduced airline schedules because of the pandemic, led to long delays and hundreds of flights being canceled. Around 600 Southwest Airlines flights have been canceled over the past five days, including about 115 of the scheduled 200 departures for Monday, McCarran’s largest carrier said in an email.

The FAA’s website showed delays for flights arriving in Las Vegas were averaging 6 hours and 1 minute Monday morning.

No timetable for opening tower

The FAA didn’t have any new information on the controller who tested positive for the novel coronavirus, or if there was a timetable for the tower’s reopening.

Flight restrictions were put into place within a 5-mile radius of McCarran beginning March 19, following the positive test and reduced operations at McCarran, with those restrictions slated to last until Friday, the FAA’s website shows.

Vendors at McCarran began limiting hours amid the decrease in passengers caused by coronavirus concerns, but outlets will be open for passengers, according to Chris Jones, McCarran spokesman.

Crews are also performing increased cleanings, and encouraging social distancing to those in the terminals, Jones said.


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