Little Rock Clinton National Airport LIT
serves much of the State of Arkansas and some of the neighboring states.
The Airport is only seven miles southeast of downtown Little Rock, the State’s capital - off Interstate Hwy. 440.
Counting about 1.9 million passengers annually, Little Rock National Airport is served by major U.S. airlines and their affiliates, offering direct flights to major U.S. cities with convenient connections.
Little Rock National Airport has one passenger terminal - offering the 'strongest free WiFi connection (130 Mbps) - with no ads, time limit or data collection.
Future Airport Developments:
As part of the 2020 Vision Plan (the Concourse Upgrade project,) a new $6.2M contract signed in June 2016 is to upgrade the Airport , whereby the 12-gate concourse is to get new flooring, wall & ceiling finishes, digital antenna system for better cell phone connectivity, replacement of millwork, and upgrades /repairs to the roof and heating/ cooling & electrical systems. 5 boarding bridges are to be replaced, as well as 500 seats. Construction is tentatively scheduled for completion by year-end 2017.
Envoy Air - a subsidiary of American Airlines Group - will add a new aircraft maintenance facility for the growing fleet of 76-seat Embraer 175 aircraft to provide overnight maintenance for the current 15 American Eagle flights serving the Airport.