LITTLE ROCK — Fifteen Arkansas airports will receive $2.7 million from the Federal Aviation Administration for facility upgrades and expansions, Arkansas’ congressional delegation announced Tuesday.


The airports and the amounts they will receive are:


• Billy Free Municipal Airport in Dumas, $337,793 for taxiway construction.


• Blytheville Municipal Airport, $172,800 to rehabilitate the apron and taxiway.


• Carlisle Municipal Airport, $206,392 to install weather reporting equipment and rehabilitate the taxiway.


• Carroll County Airport, $168,983 to rehabilitate the runway.


• Clarendon Municipal Airport, $83,385 to install perimeter fencing.


• Clarksville Municipal Airport, $332,526 to reconstruct runway lighting and install runway vertical/visual guidance system.


• DeWitt Municipal Airport Whitcomb Field, $172,077 to rehabilitate the apron, runway and taxiway and conduct an aeronautical survey for a new runway approach.


• Federer Memorial Airport in Brinkley, $72,000 to rehabilitate the runway.


• Manila Municipal Airport, $297,000 to rehabilitate the taxiway.


• Melbourne Municipal Airport — John E. Miller Field, $165,535 to construct a taxiway.


• Piggott Municipal Airport, $94,950 to install airport beacons.


• Saline County Regional Airport, $82,581 to rehabilitate the apron and taxiway.


• Sharp County Regional Airport, $134,370 to install navigation aids and rehabilitate airport beacons.


• Smith Field in Siloam Springs, $208,265 to install runway vertical/visual guidance system and reconstruct perimeter fencing.


• Springdale Municipal Airport, $175,766 to reconstruct runway lighting and rehabilitate the runway.