Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport/Adams Field is set to acquire three more jet bridges as part of a goal to replace passenger boarding equipment at all 12 gates.

The Little Rock Municipal Airport Commission, which oversees the state’s largest airport, has approved spending $2.6 million to purchase the bridges to replace the last three owned by the airport.

The airport has already purchased five bridges for $4.4 million as part of an initiative to provide the passenger concourse a $21 million makeover.