Arkansas Business Weekly Edition
April 22, 2019
North Little Rock Looks to the Skies

North Little Rock Looks to the Skies This article is available only in print.

by Jan Cottingham – 4 days ago

North Little Rock Mayor Joe Smith had heard complaints about the North Little Rock Municipal Airport. Last fall, he asked some of the critical executives to put their concerns in writing, into a form he could take to the City Council. They did, and the remarks were scathing.

At HOT, High Fliers Meet High Rollers This article is available only in print.

At HOT, High Fliers Meet High Rollers
4 days ago

The airport code is HOT, and these days it's both an identifier and a description: Traffic, revenue and optimism are climbing at Hot Springs Memorial Field.

Booming Economy in NWA Fuels Area's Private Aviation This article is available only in print.

Booming Economy in NWA Fuels Area's Private Aviation
4 days ago

It doesn't take a numbers guru to know that things are adding up for the Fayetteville Executive Airport at Drake Field. Summer Fallen, the airport service manager, says the airport has felt the positive effects of a strong economy in northwest Arkansas.

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THIS WEEK'S LIST
Rank Name City Person in charge
1 Dassault Falcon Jet Corp. Little Rock Rosanvallon, John
2 Lockheed Martin Camden Operations Camden Hewson, Marilyn A.
3 Ducommun Inc. Huntsville Oswald, Steven
4 General Dynamics Ordnance & Tactical Systems Hampton Perrin, Erik
5 American Fuel Cell & Coated Fabrics Co. Magnolia Accordino, Michael
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Building For Tomorrow (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Building For Tomorrow (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Europe is still on my bucket list, so I'll never see Notre Dame as she was before last Monday. But, as horrific as the flames looked against the Paris night, the dawn brought renewed hope that a landmark that is centuries older than our country can be restored.

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North Little Rock Looks to the Skies

North Little Rock Looks to the Skies This article is available only in print.

North Little Rock Mayor Joe Smith had heard complaints about the North Little Rock Municipal Airport. Last fall, he asked some of the critical executives to put their concerns in writing, into a form he could take to the City Council. They did, and the remarks were scathing.

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