Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport
Clinton National Airport (IATA: LIT, ICAO: KLIT, FAA LID: LIT), otherwise called Adams Field, Little Rock Municipal Airport, or Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport, is a public air terminal on the east side of Little Rock, Arkansas. It is worked by the Little Rock Municipal Airport Commission.
The biggest business air terminal in Arkansas, it served more than 2.1 million travelers in the year traversing from March 2009 through to February 2010. While Clinton National Airport doesn’t have direct global traveler flights, in excess of 50 flights show up or leave at Little Rock every day, with constant support of 14 urban areas. The air terminal is remembered for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2019–2023, in which it is sorted as a little center point essential business administration office.
The air terminal was initially named Adams Field after Captain George Geyer Adams, 154th Observation Squadron, Arkansas National Guard, who was killed in the line of obligation on September 4, 1937. He was a solid supporter for the air terminal, and furthermore a Little Rock city councilor.
American Airlines was the main carrier to serve Little Rock when it initially arrived at Adams Field on June 19, 1931.
During World War II the landing strip was utilized by the United States Army Air Forces Third Air Force for antisubmarine watches and preparing.
In 1972 the air terminal opened its present 12-entryway terminal.
In August 2008, the air terminal endorsed an arrangement to redesign the terminal more than a 15-year time frame. This would grow the terminal from 12 to 16 entryways.
On March 20, 2012, the metropolitan air terminal commission casted a ballot to rename the air terminal the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport, later previous Governor of Arkansas and United States President Bill Clinton and his significant other, United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The name Adams Field will keep on being utilized when alluding to the air terminal’s runways and air traffic, and will be the air terminal’s true designator.
In October 2013, Travel + Leisure delivered an overview of voyagers that positioned Clinton National Airport as the most exceedingly awful of the 67 homegrown air terminals considered in the study. The review report refered to long queues and hardly any food and shopping decisions, among other criticisms. An overview dispatched by the air terminal went against Travel + Leisure’s case, finding that over 90% of travelers were happy with their experience.
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