Jonesboro Municipal Airport

Airport Board

Jonesboro Municipal Airport is owned by the City of Jonesboro. The city has established the Jonesboro Municipal Airport Commission, which consists of 7 board members, to provide recommendations concerning all airport matters. The Airport Manager, appointed by the Airport Commission, has the day-to-day responsibility for the operation of the Airport. However, the Airport Commission is responsible for the operation and development needs of the airport, as well as the compliance with all federal, state and local regulations that pertain to the operation of the airport.


The airport is located approximately 3 miles east of the Central Business District (CBD) of Jonesboro. The Airport Reference Point (ARP) is located at Latitude 35⁰ 49' 52.269" N, and Longitude 90⁰ 38'47.098" W. Jonesboro Municipal Airport, classified as a commercial service airport by the FAA's National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS), has an elevation of 262 feet above mean sea level (AMSL) and has property consisting of approximately 1,000 acres. For more information, visit the AirNav website.

Air Choice One

Currently, the airport is served by Air Choice One which provides 2 flights per day, on average, to St. Louis, Missouri and once per day to Nashville, Tennessee.

Airport Future Master Plan

The proposed primary runway, taxiway and parking ramp pavement strengthening is a critical project for the Jonesboro Municipal Airport, the City of Jonesboro and surrounding communities in Northeast Arkansas. This additional strength will help existing based and itinerant aircraft fully utilize the airport and operated more safely. It will also accommodate much larger aircraft that have needed to use Jonesboro’s facilities for years but have been unable to. The completion of this project will immediately generate significant operations of larger aircraft at the Jonesboro Airport, which will impact fuel sales and other direct revenues to the community and will provide a tremendous opportunity for economic growth in a large area of Northeast Arkansas.

View the proposed plan at: Airport Master Future Plan (PDF)