Airports in Arkansas
Arkansas is a naturally beautiful state that receives numerous visitors every year. There are many airports in Arkansas that cater to domestic travelers. Arkansas has only one international airport.
Some important airports in Arkansas are in the following cities:
In addition to catering to the general public and the military, Arkansas airports also offer hangars for private and individual fliers.
Many airlines operate at these airports of Arkansas, including The American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Continental Airlines and Northwest Airlines. These airlines offer ticketing services through their official web sites.
Here’s a look at the details of some popular airports in Arkansas:
- Fort Smith Regional Airport As a public use joint civil-military airport, Fort Smith Regional Airport is located three nautical miles southeast of the central business district of Fort Smith, in the Sebastian County, Arkansas, United States. The airport is governed by the Fort Smith Airport Commission and has been established by the City of Fort Smith, Arkansas. Regional airline affiliates of Delta Air Lines and American Airlines are served by the Fort Smith Regional Airport.
- Boone County Airport Boone County Airport is a county-owned public-use airport located in Boone County, Arkansas, United States. The airport is also known as Boone County Regional Airport. It is located three nautical miles northwest of the central business district of Harrison, Arkansas and serves Branson, Missouri. The Federal Aviation Administration records reveal that the Boone County airport has had 1,903 passenger boardings in 2008.
- Carroll County Airport City owned and public use airport, the Carroll County Airport is located in Carroll County, Arkansas, about three nautical miles west of the central business district of Berryville, Arkansas. The airport has been categorized as a general aviation facility by the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011-2015.
- Robinson Army Airfield As a military airfield at Camp Robinson in Pulaski County, Arkansas, the Robinson Army Airfield is located about five nautical miles northwest of the central business district of Little Rock, Arkansas. The airport serves as the home to the Arkansas National Guard.
|List of Airports in Arkansas|
|Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport||Fayetteville / Springfield||36°16′54″N 094°18′28″W|
|Fort Smith Regional Airport||Fort Smith||35°20′12″N 094°22′03″W|
|Clinton National Airport||Little Rock||34°43′46″N 092°13′29″W|
|Texarkana Regional Airport||Texarkana||33°27′13″N 093°59′28″W|
|Booneville Municipal Airport||Booneville||35°08′58″N 093°51′44″W|
|Crystal Lake Airport||Decatur||36°20′37″N 094°26′41″W|
|Hazen Municipal Airport||Hazen||34°45′33″N 091°38′17″W|
|Huntsville Municipal Airport||Huntsville||36°04′42″N 093°45′17″W|
|Gaston's Airport||Lakeview||36°20′57″N 092°33′21″W|
|Mountain View Airport||Mountain View||35.864444, -92.090278|
|Salem Airport||Salem||36°21′21″N 091°49′51″W|
|Sally Wofford Airport||Weiner||35°35′25″N 090°54′49″W|
|South Arkansas Regional Airport (Goodwin Field)||El Dorado||33°13′16″N 092°48′48″W|
|Boone County Airport||Harrison||36°15′41″N 093°09′17″W|
|Memorial Field Airport||Hot Springs||34°28′41″N 093°05′46″W|
|Jonesboro Municipal Airport||Jonesboro||35°49′54″N 090°38′47″W|
Last Updated Date: September 03, 2016