Airport officials roll out new logo for Clinton National | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Airport officials roll out new logo for Clinton National

Posted By on Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 9:46 AM

NEW LOGO IN PLACE: A new greeting for air travelers.
  • Brian Chilson
  • NEW LOGO IN PLACE: A new greeting for air travelers.

Above is the new logo for the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport, nee Little Rock National Airport. Emphasis on the Clinton, I note.

Events today at the airport also included unveiling of a new touch-screen device in the baggage area with information o hotels and other businesses and attractions.


Further details in the airport news release:

The Little Rock Municipal Airport Commission has unveiled its new logo that reflects the airport’s recent name change to Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport.

The new icon reinforces the Clinton name as it creates a interwoven bold initial “C” formed by two jet contrails that represent both President and Secretary Clinton to symbolize their unique partnership, “ said Shane Carter, Director of Public Affairs and Governmental Relations. “The forward movement of the icon also represents the airport’s dynamic approach to air travel, particularly with the current renovations underway.”

“We are excited to have a new logo that is representative of our new name and the progressiveness of Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport,” said Jim Dailey, chairman of the Little Rock Municipal Airport Commission. “We will begin to replace signage and various marketing materials with the new logo.”

Eric Rob & Isaac, the full-service advertising, marketing and public relations firm in Little Rock, designed the new logo for the airport.

The airport is currently undergoing construction of Phase 1 of the 2020 Vision Plan, which includes extensive upgrades to the ticketing lobby and baggage screening area, which will house a new, state-of-the-art in-line baggage handling system. The $67 million, initial improvements will be completed in February 2013.

A secondary, larger phase of the 2020 Vision Plan is planned to occur over the next several years to include construction of a new terminal commons, a new 16-gate concourse, new baggage claim area, international arrival facility, inbound roadway and parking improvements. Once all construction is completed, the airport is destined to become an international airport.

About Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport

Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport is the state’s largest commercial service airport, serving 2.2 million passengers annually. As Arkansans’ “Gateway to the World,” the airport is home to six airlines with 124 flight arrivals and departures each day. Non-stop service is provided to 16 national gateway cities. The airport is currently in Phase I of a major construction initiative that will eventually transform it into an international airport. Clinton National Airport plays a major role in the city’s economy with a more than $1.2 billion impact each year, including providing Arkansans with more than 4,000 jobs on the airport’s 2,200 acres. For more information, visit

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