Serving 2.2 million passengers annually with six airlines, the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport has 57 daily departures, and non-stop jet service to 16 national/international gateway cities. The airport also hosts advanced manufacturer Dassault Falcon Jet as well as Central Flying Service, the nation’s largest Fixed Based Operation.
The airport recently completed a $67 million Phase 1 renovation of its Vision 2020 plan, which includes a larger and modernized ticket lobby and state-of-the-art baggage screening system.
Adjacent to I-440, connecting to I-30 and I-40, the Little Rock Port is on the 448-mile McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, which runs from the Mississippi River northwest to 15 miles east of Tulsa.
This unique intermodal transportation center features a 2,550 acre industrial park, two full-service river terminals, its own switching railroad, a Slackwater Harbor, and is designated as a U.S. Customs Point of Entry and Foreign Trade Zone 14.
I-40 (North Carolina to California), the third longest major west-east Interstate Highway, and I-30 (Little Rock to Fort Worth) converge in the region, connected and served by I-430, I-440, I-530, I-630 and five U.S. and 22 state highways. Interstates and Highways Map.
Union Pacific Railroad, Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) and Amtrak serve the Little Rock area with freight and passenger rail service. The Little Rock Port Railroad provides shortline service to industry within the Little Rock Port Industrial Park.
For more information, contact Paul Latture, VP of Economic Development, at 501.377.6006.