Texarkana Regional-Webb Field (TXK), operated by the Texarkana Airport Authority, is a commercial service airport in southwest Arkansas. Located 3 miles northeast of the city center and the Texas border, the airport occupies 964 acres. There are two runways located at the airport; Runway 4-22 is the primary runway, measuring 6,601 feet in length; and Runway 13-31 is the crosswind runway, measuring 5,200 feet in length. Each runway end is connected by a taxiway to the apron area. Runway 22 offers an ILS precision instrument approach, while non-precision instrument approaches serve all runway ends.
A fixed base operator (FBO) provides aircraft services, including 100LL and Jet A fueling. Hangars and apron tie-downs are available for aircraft storage and parking. The airport is mostly used for general aviation, but is also served by two commercial airlines, with daily nonstop service to Dallas-Ft. Worth and Houston. A wide variety of aviation activity is served, including commercial, corporate, and military aviation.