Bentonville Municipal Airport/Louise M Thaden Field

Bentonville Municipal Airport/Louise M Thaden Field is a public airport located in Bentonville, Arkansas. It is owned and operated by the City of Bentonville and serves the Northwest Arkansas region. The airport has two runways, one of which is 5,000 feet long and the other is 3,000 feet long. It offers a variety of services, including charter flights, air taxi services, and aircraft maintenance. The airport also has a terminal building with a restaurant, a conference room, and a pilot lounge. The airport is named after Louise M Thaden, an Arkansas native and the first woman to win the prestigious Bendix Trophy Race in 1936.


Bentonville Municipal Airport/Louise M Thaden Field is located in Bentonville, Arkansas. Nearby cities include Rogers, Springdale, Fayetteville, and Siloam Springs. Nearby airports include Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport (XNA) in Highfill, Arkansas, Fayetteville Executive Airport (FYV) in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and Springdale Municipal Airport (ASG) in Springdale, Arkansas.

City: Bentonville

State: Arkansas



Size: small airport

Lattitude: 36.345699

Longitude: -94.219299

Elevation: 1296 feet