Courtesy Car

The Carroll County Airport offers a clean, comfortable courtesy car for the convenience of our guests.

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Facility Information

Located 3 miles West of Berryville, Arkansas and 8 miles East of Eureka Springs, Arkansas on County Road 308 off State Highway 62, Carroll County Airport (4M1) is owned by Carroll County  and operated by the Carroll County Airport Commission.

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Useful Links

We have compiled a list of links that will help you wile visiting the Carroll County Airport. With links to Local Resources, Airport Listings, Publications, and much more.

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2013 Fly-In

Introducing Carroll County Aiport

Hanger Rental

Carroll County Airport offers hanger rentals.....

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Carroll County Airport Gets Noticed for Building Design!

Departures.com

 

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You can see the 11 top Airports Designs at:

http://www.departures.com/articles/high-design-airport-terminals

Carroll County Airport Terminal, Arkansas Opened February 2011:

     Despite its location just eight miles from Eureka Springs, this once-dilapidated terminal was rarely used as an access point for the bustling arts community.

           When local design firm Modus Studio was tapped to transform the 2,450-square-foot Carroll County terminal "a space smaller than many suburban homes" the architects took cues from the plans of a World War II F4U Corsair airplane. "The new terminal is a parked artifact whose winglike form is meant to be intriguing and mysterious from the sky," says Chris Baribeau, principal architect at Modus. "Vultures row," a loft-like observation deck inside the metal-and-glass-clad building, provides prime views of the runway. The central gallery space, maintained by the Eureka Springs Arts Council, features a rotating collection of pieces by local artists.

 

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