Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport Little Rock

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Airport Master Plan

NEW: Master Plan Information Public Meeting - June 21.  Details Below. 

Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport Master Plan

An airport master plan is a comprehensive study that identifies long-term plans for airport development. A new master plan for Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport is being prepared to provide the Little Rock Municipal Airport Commission and its stakeholders with a comprehensive, organized and rational plan for developing and improving airport facilities over the next 20 years.

This plan will allow the Commission to efficiently and effectively meet the demands for commercial passenger and air cargo service, as well as other aviation-related needs. Development of the master plan will include input from stakeholders who have an interest in the Airport’s future, such as:  Airport users, community groups, local businesses, government agencies and the general public.

On this web page, you will be able to learn about the master planning process, keep appraised of the progress being made on the plan’s development, learn about opportunities for participation and input into the process.  This page will be updated as information becomes available.

Master Plan Elements

Key elements included in the preparation of the master plan include:

  • Inventory of existing conditions
  • Aviation demand forecasts
  • Analysis of demand and capacity of facilities to accommodate demand
  • Alternatives to improve the airport
  • Environmental, land use and sustainability planning
  • Financial feasibility planning
  • Airport layout plan

Master Plan Public Information Meeting

Wednesday, June 21 5:00p.m. - 7:30p.m.

Airport Administrative Offices

You're invited to attend this informal, drop-in meeting to learn more about the master plan process, ask questions and provide input.  Click here for more information.