One Airport Drive
Little Rock, AR 72202-4402
Little Rock National Airport (LIT) is Arkansas' largest commercial service airport, serving about 2.1 million passengers annually. The airport attracts passengers from a large part of Arkansas as well as a number of surrounding states.
There are more than 150 flight arrivals and departures at Little Rock each day, with non-stop jet service to 18 national/international gateway cities, making Little Rock truly one stop away from the world.
Little Rock National is served by American Eagle, Continental Express, Delta, Delta Connection, Frontier, Northwest, Northwest Airlink, Southwest and US Airways Express.
The Little Rock airport, officially designated Adams Field, has offered commercial air service since June 15, 1931.
The Regional Jet made its first appearance at Little Rock National in 1997, with three daily flights by Delta Connection carriers, Comair, to Cincinnati. Comair has now been joined by other Delta Connection carriers as well as American Eagle, Continental Express, Northwest Airlink and US Airways Express in operating the Regional Jet at Little Rock.
At Little Rock National, we believe that we must build today to be ready for tomorrow. A $3 million renovation of the baggage claim wing has been completed and upgrades to the second level, including the concourse, are now underway. During the past 14 years, almost $180 million in improvement have been made at the airport to ensure that it will continue to well serve the traveling public. The new Little Rock airport parking deck opened in 2001. It is connected to the terminal via a skybridge, enabling customers to go from car-seat-to-plane-seat out of the weather.
The space devoted to concessions at the airport has also been greatly expanded, giving customers more choices from more locations. Airport restaurants, gift shops and newsstands are located on the concourse level of the terminal - both pre-and-post screening.