|Little Rock National Airport (LIT)|
||Little Rock is the capital city of Arkansas and is located directly in the middle of the state. The weather in Little Rock is beautiful and with plenty to see and do for the whole family.
|Little Rock, Growing With Extra Service
Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport also known as Adams Field is the largest commercial airport in Arkansas. More than two million passengers have found extraordinary service and convenience in 2013 in this airport just two miles from Little Rock, Arkansas.
Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport serves 13 major U. S. cities with business savvy scheduling from Allegiant Air, American, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, United, and U. S. Air. There are no international flights but connections to major cities makes international connections simple and easy. Most flights are nonstop. Direct flights to Mexico City are in planning stages with Aeromexico. The airport handles 256 flights every day.
The airport has a single terminal, 12 gates, and three runways. Helicopter, general aviation, military, commercial flights, and air taxi make up the majority of the traffic at the airport. Federal and state funds have been obtained for an expansion that will be completed in 2020.
Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport offers a surprising assortment of amenities. There are six restaurants in the terminal, a gift shop, newspapers from around the world, and a book store. Free Wi-Fi, a family restroom, volunteer Airport Angel guides to answer any questions, complete handicapped accessibility to all areas of the airport, and easy exit that only requires a ticket are just a few of the special services at this airport.
About Little Rock
While you are in town make sure to visit the Arkansas State Capitol building which is a replica of the United States Capitol building. You also don’t want to miss the daily duck parade at the Peabody Hotel or Riverfront Park with its scenic views of the Arkansas River.
If you are a history buff you can visit the William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library, the Mount Holly Cemetery, or the Old State House which is Arkansas’s original state capitol building and the oldest state capitol building in the country. You can also check out the Little Rock National Cemetery or the War Memorial Park which is home to the Little Rock Zoo.
Formerly known as Little Rock National / Adams Field the Bill and Hillary Clinton National is Arkansas’s largest commercial airport servicing over 2 million passengers per year. Originally named after Captain George Geyer Adams and Arkansas National Guard who was killed in the line of duty. While traveling to and from this airport you will find competitive rates on limousines services and executive sedan rides. If you are looking for airport transfers for convention centers or hotels then private van and share ride services may be more ideal for you.
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