Airports in arkansas


Arkansas, though known for its better road connectivity among its major cities, air links are always the convenient option as you can move to most of the attractions by frequently operating airliners. Fort Smith Regional Airport is better known as the gateway to scenic byways, snow capped mountains, majestic trails and many more natural attractions in Arkansas. This airport along with Texarkana Regional Airport offers charter flights to Fayetteville, Hot Springs, Pine Bluff, Jonesboro and Harrison. Arkansas International Airport near Blytheville operates both civil and military flights. The airport has 1.5 million square feet of space, the second largest industrial hub in Arkansas. Besides the air services, the Arkansas International Airport area also offers hordes of commercial facilities around. North Little Rock Municipal Airport is comparatively small airport located 6 kms from North Little Rock.

  • International Airport in Arkansas
Arkansas International Airport

Arkansas International Airport (IATA: BYH, ICAO: KBYH, FAA LID: BYH) is a public use airport located three nautical miles (6 km) northwest of the central business district of Blytheville, a city in Mississippi County, Arkansas, United States. It is owned by the Gosnell Regional Airport Authority.Arkansas International Airport was developed from the closed Eaker Air Force Base, after its closure by the United States Air Force on 15 December 1992.

  • Regional Airport in Arkansas