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Little Rock National Airport

One Airport Drive

Little Rock, AR 72202-4402

Phone: 372-3439

Fax: 372-0612

www.fly-lit.com

Airport Information Radio AM 1690

Airlines serving Little Rock

American

American Eagle

Continental

Delta

Southwest

United

US Airways

Non-stop service from Little Rock

Atlanta

Baltimore/Washington

Chicago (O'Hare, Midway)

Charlotte

Dallas (DFW, Love)

Denver

Detroit

Houston (Bush, Hobby)

Las Vegas

Memphis

Newark

Phoenix

St. Louis

Amenities

Pre-security screening checkpoint: Starbucks, River Bend Bar & Grill, Daily News (offering reading material and gifts). A public waiting area featuring closed-circuit television feeds from the arrival gates. Free Wi-Fi. The Arkansas Gallery, a sample of artifacts and art from area galleries and museums, adjacent to Customer Care booth. ATM machines for all major banks, on the second floor next to the Customer Care booth.

Post-security screening checkpoint: Starbucks. Ouachita Brew House, a full-service bar that includes Arkansas microbrews in its offerings. Ouachita Landing, a casual-dining restaurant and bar. A food court with offerings from Burger King, Pizza Hut and Quiznos. Andina's Coffee and Great American Bagel. News Exchange featuring books, magazines, newspapers and gifts.

Parking

Valet parking is $16 a day. Contact Valet Solutions, 537-1774. Various lots and decks are available at varying rates. A dollar for 20 minutes is a standard rate for short-term parking. Maximum daily rates range from $8 to $13. Parking meters are available adjacent to curbside check-in and baggage claim, with a rate of $1 for a maximum of 20 minutes. Free shuttle bus service is available from the long-term lots to the terminal.

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