McCarran International does a disservice to the visitors that fly into Vegas. With the money they spend, the airport taxes they pay, the restaurants and hotels they stay in. We should treat all of them “like gold”. For the airport to issue $100 tickets simply because the passenger made a choice as to whether or not he gets better service from a cabbie than a Uber driver is ridiculous. It is not fair or equitable to deny those passengers a ride to or from the airport from a Uber driver. Many are Vets, and retired people simply making ends meet, and Uber provides that extra income for them. People from all over the World now are using Uber, coming to Vegas and expecting their great, efficient, timely service. Someone should sue McCarran in a class action for denying passengers who paid for their flights, paid their taxes to the airport, and supported all the restaurants, and hotels and gaming industry in town. We should roll out the red carpet for visitors to Las Vegas, not discourage them

There are many Veternans and retired persons using Uber to supplement their income, why give free enterprise a hassle.

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