Situated three nautical miles east of the city of Monroe, in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana, Monroe Regional Airport is a city-owned, public airport. It is considered a primary commercial service airport, according to the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems. Covering an area of about 2,660 acres, Monroe Regional Airport is rich in history and owns a number of facilities, such as three asphalt paved runways. The leading airlines are United Express, Delta Connection, and American Eagle, with Houston, Atlanta, and Dallas being the top destinations.
There are 26 aircraft based on the field of Monroe Regional Airport, such as multiple-engine airplanes and single-engine airplanes. The major aircraft operations Monroe Regional Airport provides are air taxi, local general aviation, commercial, military, and transient general aviation.