We invite your business or industry to "land" at Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport and to join in the economic synergy happening here.
Dassault-Falcon Jet, Hawker-Beechcraft, and United Parcel Service are only a few of the businesses and industries that have successfully touched down at Little Rock National.
The success of these operations can be measured by their growth. For example, the Dassault-Falcon facility at Little Rock is now the largest in the company's global network. All of the Falcon Jet corporate aircraft sold in the world are finished at Little Rock.
Almost 3,500 people work at the airport and the businesses and industries located on or adjacent to the facility, with an annual payroll of about $40 million. And, there's room for more!
The airport maintains a very cooperate relationship with city and state government and because of this, incentive packages can be put together geared to the particular needs of the interested business or industry. Just give us a call and we will start the ball rolling. We also can "work outside the box" if that's what is required to accomplish your mission.
The extremely close proximity of the airport to a number of interstate highways, rail networks and the major facilities of the Port of Little Rock means that your business or industry will have easy access to air, rail, highway or water transportation options.
Cooperation between Little Rock National and the Port of Little Rock has resulted in an extension of the port's Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) to the airport, bringing with it all the advantages an FTZ offers.
In addition, Pulaski Technical College has established a large facility at the airport to help ensure that the businesses and industries that call the airport home have access to a well-trained workforce. Pulaski Tech can carry on worker training at their facility or they can provide the service at the employer's place of business - your choice!
Clinton National Airport has land available for commercial development. You are invited to call (501) 372-3439, Option 3 for more information.
If you are considering expanding or locating an aerospace company in Arkansas, you may visit the Arkansas Economic Development Commission's website.