It is very simple to move around at Fayetteville Regional Airport. After the most recent renovations, the airport has two runways and consists of two separate terminals. One terminal is serving solely commercial aviation purposes. Architect Mason S. Hicks designed its building. It consists of two, A and B concourses. The concourse A includes three different gates that all serve turboprop and charter aircraft. Concourse B consists of 4 gates and is equipped with jetbridges that operate regional jets and full-size aircraft.

Counters for airline tickets are on the ground level. Access to gates and security are located on the second level, which is accessible not only by stairs but also by escalator and elevator.

The second, separate terminal is used only for general aviation traffic purposes.


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