Air transportation at the Port of Little Rock is facilitated by the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport/Adams Field A public use airport owned by the City of Little Rock, it is located less than one mile from the Port and plays a vital link in the transportation of goods that enter and exit the Port of Little Rock.
The Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport is Arkansas largest commercial airport with nearly 2.2 million annually. More than 50 flights arrive or depart at Little Rock each day, with non-stop jets to 13 cities.
The single terminal has twelve gates with six along the length of the terminal on the sides and a circular area at the end with six more. The airport covers 2,000 acres with three concrete runways and a concrete helipad.
More than 4,000 people work at the airport or for aviation-related businesses and industries located on or adjacent to the field, including Dassault-Falcon Jet, Southwest Airlines Reservation Center and United Parcel Service.
Certain areas on the airport are designated as a Foreign Trade Zone. The airport’s FTZ is an extension of Little Rock Port Trade Zone #14.
A number of airfreight services are available, ranging from small package expediting through airfreight express and international freight forwarding. In addition, a number of couriers provide expeditious movement of documents and small items in both domestic and international service.
Delta Air Cargo
Southwest Airlines Cargo Operations
Associated Air Freight
Worldwide Transportation Services
Flying Time to Major Cities