Uber announced Tuesday morning that its drivers can begin operating at McCarran International Airport.
"Thanks to the Clark County Department of Aviation, travelers now have the choice of requesting a safe, reliable and affordable Uber ride from McCarran International Airport," said Jason Radisson, Uber Nevada general manager.
This comes after many hurdles with the Clark County Commission.
Fellow ride-sharing company Lyft launched at McCarran Airport in late October. There are two designated areas at the airport for Uber and Lyft. The drivers also have a staging area where they can wait just like the taxi drivers.
Uber now has a temporary permit from Clark County that allows them to operate at the airport for 180 days.