About Little Rock Airport
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Little Rock Airport, also known as Clinton National Airport, is an airport in Little Rock, Arkansas. The airport facilitates flight from US carriers flying domestically within the country, connecting Arkansas with major destinations in the US such as Chicago, Atlanta and Dallas.
Currently, Little Rock Airport isn't a hub for any commercial airline.
Little Rock Airport opened in 1931 under the name 'Adams Field' airport, with its current terminal building being built in 1972. The airport is the biggest and busiest airport in Arkansas and is the main gateway into the state for domestic carriers. Little Rock Airport serves almost two million passengers each year.
What is the airport code for Little Rock Airport?
The airport code for Little Rock Airport is LIT.