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 Little Rock, Arkansas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Air service is provided by Little Rock National Airport, offering nine major airlines with non-stop service to 15 major airports.
The Little Rock area is also home to the Arkansas Twisters of the af2 arena football league and the Arkansas RimRockers of the NBA Development League as well.
Little Rock is located on the south bank of the Arkansas River in Central Arkansas.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Little_Rock,_Arkansas   (2434 words)

  
 Little Rock National Cemetery
From Little Rock National Airport, travel Interstate 440 west to Springer Boulevard.
The marble Confederate Monument was erected in 1884 by trustees of the Mount Holly Cemetery in honor of the 640 Confederate soldiers originally buried in this cemetery and later re-interred in Little Rock National Cemetery.
Little Rock was incorporated as a city in 1831 and became the capital in 1836 when Arkansas was admitted to the Union.
www.cem.va.gov /nchp/littlerock.htm   (1081 words)

  
 Transportation » Getting Around » Helpful Information: Visitor Info & Maps
Little Rock National Airport is the 74th largest of 439 commercial service airports in the United States and is the sixth largest small hub facility in the nation.
Little Rock National is the major link in the commercial air transportation system for a large majority of the State of Arkansas.
The airport is approximately five miles from the downtown area and is served by most major airlines.
www.littlerock.com /info-maps/helpful-info/getting-around/transportation.asp   (656 words)

  
 KARK News
People living near Little Rock National Airport will soon have to turn over the house keys, because of the airport’s plan to acquire land in the vicinity.
The airport commission announced at a meeting on Monday that it has plans to acquire all the land east of Townsend.
In addition, the homeowner will be able to select their new home, which the airport says will ultimately be a comparable match.
www.kark.com /news?mode=shownews&id=4677   (342 words)

  
 Arkansas Globecoming - Clinton Presidential Center Opening Celebration
Little Rock National Airport is the major commercial airport in Arkansas and the 79th largest of the 429 commercial airports in the nation, handling approximately 2.6 million passengers a year.
The Little Rock National Airport is only five minutes from Downtown Little Rock and the Clinton Presidential Center and Park, as well as a number of fine hotels, restaurants and the Rivermarket Entertainment District.
Budget Travel Magazine named Little Rock National one of the 10 best airports in the nation in terms of competitive fares.
www.arkansasglobecoming.com /airline.asp   (208 words)

  
 Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce - Shopping & Retail
Two important goals at Little Rock National are to continually upgrade customer service and physical facilities to ensure that the impression visitors and residents form at the airport is the most positive possible.
Little Rock National Airport is served by American Eagle, Continental Express, Delta, Delta Connection, Frontier, Northwest, Northwest Airlink, Southwest and USAirways Express.
Little Rock National also aggressively seeks new entrant airlines, as well as expanded service from incumbent carriers.
www.littlerockchamber.com /transportation_air.htm   (397 words)

  
 Arkansas News Bureau - Little Rock airport unveils new Wi-Fi service for travelers
LITTLE ROCK - The Little Rock National Airport joined the fast-growing ranks of airports across the nation now providing Wi-Fi hotspots to international and domestic travelers.
The local airport and SBC Communications Inc. announced Thursday that the Little Rock hub has launched six Wi-Fi assess points at gates, ticket counters and baggage claim throughout the rapidly expanding airport.
Deborah Schwartz, executive director of the state's largest airport, and Little Rock Mayor Jim Dailey, both said Wi-Fi adds to the growing list of new services that are a part of the airport's current expansion and renovation program.
www.arkansasnews.com /archive/2004/08/06/News/270055.html   (489 words)

  
 LIT Little Rock National Airport ground transportation Shuttles
The population of Little Rock is approximately 175,795 (1990).
Little Rock is the capital city of Arkansas.
Located near the geographical center of the United States, Little Rock and Arkansas are in the center of what is commonly referred to as the Sunbelt.
www.suvana.com /lit-airport-transportation.html   (280 words)

  
 2003 National Air Tours - Sponsored by the Aviation Foundation of America, Inc.
Little Rock National Airport is one of the oldest continuously operated airports in the United States.
It is most fitting that the National Air Tour 2003 honor Arkansas pioneering aviation spirit during this Centennial of Flight year with an overnight stop at the Little Rock National Airport.
The National Air Tour 2003 is so pleased to have been invited to your fantastic facility and to share the wonder of aviaiton with the people of Little Rock and of Arkansas.
www.nationalairtour.org /tour_cities/tour_city.cfm?tour_cities_id=15   (544 words)

  
 Today's THV KTHV Little Rock
Airport spokesman Philip Launius says Little Rock National is in the process of making space to expand the passenger security screening area from three lanes to four, and eventually six.
Lillian and her brothers and sisters are in for a surprise at Little Rock National Airport.
Little Rock National Airport expects more than 22,000 passengers to pass through its gates between Friday and Monday.
www.kthv.com /printfullstory.aspx?storyid=9974   (382 words)

  
 The Little Rock Port Authority: Intermodal: Air
Little Rock National is the 77th largest commercial service airport in the U.S. and the sixth largest small hub.
Air transportation at the Port of Little Rock is facilitated by the Little Rock National Airport.
The airport's FTZ is an extension of Little Rock Port Trade Zone #14.
lrport.dina.org /intermodal/air.html   (320 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Airport braces for 'unprecedented' rush of Clinton Library opening
LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Plans to cope with a flood of very important visitors as well as ordinary tourists coming for the opening of the Clinton Presidential Library are occupying the time of officials at the Little Rock National Airport, Adams Field.
The only experience the airport can draw upon is Sept. 11, 2001, when the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington grounded 25 flights that were in the Little Rock area but not scheduled to stop there, including some jumbo jets.
That day's terrorist attacks on the east coast resulted in the unplanned landings at Little Rock of several big planes that had been flying over the region, as authorities grounded the nation's air fleet.
www.usatoday.com /travel/news/2004-09-02-clinton-airport_x.htm?POE=TRVISVA   (622 words)

  
 9news.com News Small plane wreckage recovery effort too risky
Little Rock National Airport operations manager Tim Doll says it could take up to three months for the river flows to ease enough for divers to enter the water to recover the wreckage.
The single engine Cessna TR-182 crashed into the river near Little Rock National Airport on January 10.
LITTLE ROCK - It could be a couple months before the wreckage of a small airplane that crashed into the Arkansas River is recovered.
www.9news.com /acm_news.aspx?OSGNAME=KUSA&IKOBJECTID=90ac79ef-0abe-421a-006c-3a46a02ddb27&TEMPLATEID=0c76dce6-ac1f-02d8-0047-c589c01ca7bf   (197 words)

  
 Big News For Little Rock National Airport - UrbanPlanet.org
Little Rock's airport services a huge section of rural Arkansas which is the main reason it is so much larger.
In one part of the airport, when heading towards the escalators, there's a huge dynamic billboard type thing with a huge, maybe 30-50 feet wide picture of the skyline of Little Rock skyline at night.
The main problem is XNA is surrounded by Springfield-Branson, Tulsa, and Little Rock which are larger airports and have more service and cheaper flights.
www.urbanplanet.org /forums/index.php?showtopic=13491   (3477 words)

  
 Passenger Opinions about Little Rock National Airport
I have been to many, many airports all over the world and Little Rock is one of my favorites.
LRN is now undergoing construction on their baggage claim area to make it more "user friendly," (although a little burdensome in the meantime) and there is also some landscape work being done to the main entrance to get ready for the opening of the Clinton Presidential Center in November '04.
For an airport with only 12 gates, there is plenty to do, nice places to eat, and even a museum.
www.airlinequality.com /Airports/Airport_forum/lit.htm   (366 words)

  
 LIT - Little Rock National Airport flights & airlines serving Arkansas
Little Rock National Airport (LIT) is Arkansas' largest commercial service airport, serving about 2.1 million passengers annually.
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.
lrn-airport.com   (364 words)

  
 Little Rock Airport Says It Won't Appeal $2.1M Judgment
A judgment of more than $2.1 million against the Little Rock National Airport, Adams Field, in a suit brought by the widow of an American Airlines pilot won't be appealed, according to a lawyer for the airport's insurance company.
Watts was hired by the airport's liability carrier, Cincinnati Insurance Co., in the wrongful-death and negligence suit.
Susan Buschmann claimed in her suit that her husband and 10 others were killed because of unsafe conditions at the airport when Flight 1420 crashed during a violent thunderstorm on June 1, 1999.
www.insurancejournal.com /news/southcentral/2005/09/06/59185.htm?print=1   (246 words)

  
 Security measures, passenger and baggage screening at Little Rock national airport
Enhanced security measures are in force at the nation's airports, including Little Rock National Airport.
With the addition of a third passenger screening station at Little Rock National, wait times at the security-screening checkpoint have been reduced.
Given the enhanced security procedures, it is wise to arrive at the airport early enough to ensure that you can complete the check-in process and make it to your flight on time.
lrn-airport.com /security   (734 words)

  
 The Little Rock Port Authority: Facilities: Railroad
The line extends from its junction with the Union Pacific Railroad and the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Company near the Little Rock National Airport to the Arkansas River at the Little Rock Port dock facilities.
The Little Rock Port Authority Railroad is a switching railroad that serves the Little Rock Port Industrial Park.
The railroad provides direct intermodal connections with the Port terminal on the Arkansas River for over 40 industries, warehouses, and distribution companies in the Port district along with numerous shippers from the central Arkansas region.
lrport.dina.org /facilities/railroad.html   (305 words)

  
 The Leader
It was an emotional Monday afternoon at the Little Rock National Airport, as Army specialist and Cabot police officer Tim Evans and his new wife Monika were reunited after being apart for almost their entire marriage, since Tim has been deployed to Iraq with the Army.
Monica and Tim Evans are reunited at the Little Rock National Airport Monday afternoon as Evans returned for a two-week break from his deployment in Iraq.
He is a member of the Army National Guard's 114th Air Traffic Control Battalion based at Camp Robinson in North Little Rock.
www.arkansasleader.com /frontstories/st_08_18_04/reunion.html   (288 words)

  
 Guidebook Little Rock, Arkansas
Located north of downtown Little Rock, this La Quinta Inn is just minutes from many local attractions, including the Arkansas State Capitol.
Located in the heart of Little Rock, this La Quinta Inn is just minutes from several local medical facilities.
The La Quinta Inn-Little Rock Medical Center Area features popular amenities, including a daily complimentary continental breakfast featuring Maxwell House® coffee, Otis Spunkmeyer® pastries, Yoplait® yogurt, fresh fruit, milk and juices.
www.guidebookamerica.com /ar/little_rock   (537 words)

  
 globeandmail.com : globeinvestor.com : Little Rock National Airport to Use Bioscrypt's Fingerprint and HID's iCLASS Technology for Enhanced Facility Security
Little Rock National airport is, the 79th largest commercial service airport in the nation, handling about 2.6 million passengers annually.
Little Rock airport has already deployed over 100 Bioscrypt V-Smart iCLASS readers for facility security.
Airports worldwide are seeing the benefits of Bioscrypt's advanced fingerprint technology as they implement security systems to combat international terrorism.
www.globeinvestor.com /servlet/WireFeedRedirect?cf=GlobeInvestor/config&vg=BigAdVariableGenerator&date=20030911&archive=cnw&slug=1109119605   (865 words)

  
 Arkansas News Bureau - Delta to end flight service to DFW, picks up Orlando, Salt Lake City
LITTLE ROCK - Debt-ridden Delta Air Lines, which has served Little Rock National Airport since 1943, will end daily service to Dallas/Fort Worth Airport on Jan. 31, 2005.
Deborah Schwartz, executive director of Little Rock National, said the changes by Delta are part of the overall changes in the airline industry, which has still not fully rebounded from the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorists attacks.
Local airport officials said the changes are related to Delta's announcement Wednesday that it was cutting 7,000 jobs, or 10 percent of its work force, to keep the Atlanta-based airline out of bankruptcy court.
www.arkansasnews.com /archive/2004/09/09/News/285140.html   (573 words)

  
 Boeing Company
FAA Airport Diagram - Not to be used for Flight Navigation
Stage 2 airplanes >75,000 lbs are prohibited from operating at airports within the 48 contiguous states.
Runways 22R or 4R are the preferred runways for all jet departures unless otherwise assigned by ATC.
www.boeing.com /commercial/noise/little_rock.html   (339 words)

  
 Delta Cuts LR Flights to DFW in Restructuring - Ark. Business online media paper Arkansas News ebusiness biz in Arkansas
The Little Rock National Airport said all the Delta flights to Dallas-Fort Worth will end in January when service Salt Lake City begins.
The changes increases the number of flights Delta has from Little Rock to Cincinnati and Atlanta from four and five to five and seven, respectively.
Airport officials said the nonstop services to Orlando, Fla., and Salt Lake City will be good for passengers.
arkansasbusiness.com /news/headline_article.asp?aid=38536   (328 words)

  
 ASN Aircraft accident description McDonnell Douglas MD-82 N215AA - Little Rock National Airport, AR (LIT)
Little Rock National Airport, AR (LIT) (United States of America)
ASN Aircraft accident description McDonnell Douglas MD-82 N215AA - Little Rock National Airport, AR (LIT)
Flight 1420 departed Dallas-Fort Worth for a flight to Little Rock.
aviation-safety.net /database/record.php?id=19990601-0   (160 words)

  
 Little Rock National Airport Guide - Little Rock
The airport is officially known as Little Rock National Airport/Adams Field after Captain George Geyer Adams, 154th Observation Squadron, Arkansas National Guard, who was killed in the line of duty on September 4, 1937.
Little Rock National Airport Guide - Little Rock
The airport is located 6 km (4miles) east, south east of Little Rock.
www.travel-library.com /airports/north_america/usa/arkansas/little_rock/little_rock_national_airport.html   (492 words)

  
 Lincoln Announces $1 Million for LR National Airport
Little Rock - United States Senators Blanche Lincoln and Mark Pryor and Representative Vic Snyder announced today that the Department of Transportation has awarded $1,080,000 to Little Rock National Airport.
Lincoln Announces $1 Million for LR National Airport
For several years, the airport has been involved in a program to purchase property or sound insulation for homes and other buildings as part of a noise mitigation package.
www.senate.gov /member/ar/lincoln/general/press_show.cfm?id=227536   (200 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Travel - News - Little Rock airport to ban smoking
LITTLE ROCK (AP) — In a matter of weeks, smoking anywhere inside the Little Rock National Airport will be banned.
The River Bend is outside the secured travelers-only section of the airport; the Brew House is inside it.
Officials with HMS Host and Platinum Management, the companies that handle concessions at the airport, worried the change would hurt food and drink sales, as smokers might not linger inside the airport anymore.
www.usatoday.com /travel/news/2003/05/14-lit-smoke.htm   (187 words)

  
 City Commissions: Airport Commission
The duties of the Commission are to manage, operate, extend and maintain the Little Rock National Airport, related properties and facilities and adopt such rules and regulations as deemed necessary.
To manage, operate, improve, extend and maintain the Little Rock National Airport, related properties and facilities and adopt such rules and regulations as deemed necessary.
The Little Rock Municipal Airport Commission was created by Arkansas Code Annotated 14-359-101 et.
www.littlerock.org /citycommissions/Detail.aspx?ID=4   (225 words)

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