Indianapolis International Airport (IND)
(Indianapolis, Indiana - IN, USA)
The gateway to the state of Indianapolis and handling in excess of eight million passengers per annum, Indianapolis International Airport (IND) has a convenient location near the Indianapolis orbital and I-70. The airport stands just 7 miles / 11 km southwest of central Indianapolis and next to Bridgeport, Maple Ridge, Plainfield and Six Points.
Indianapolis International Airport serves mostly American airlines to mainly domestic destinations and features one well-equipped terminal, four departures concourses and commendable facilities. Managed by the IAA (Indianapolis Airport Authority), the airport is shortly to open a new 21st-century Midfield Terminal. Known as the New Indianapolis Airport, this project is expected to be completed in 2008 and further improve passenger amenities and capacities, being able to comfortably process over 400 international passengers every hour.
Indianapolis International Airport is adjacent to the I-465 ring road and is served by the Indy Go public bus, which drops passengers off directly outside the main entrance. Shared shuttle operations, hotel courtesy vans, taxis and limousines offer convenient alternative means to reach central Indianapolis, Greenwood and Lafatette. A taxi call button is available on the curbside if necessary.
All public transport departs from the airport's Ground Transportation Center, which is located on the lower level of the parking garage, outside the terminal entrance. Further afield from Indianapolis, public transport links nearby Indiana cities such as Cincinnati, Fort Wayne and Louisville.
About Indianapolis Tourism
Indianapolis is touted as the 'amateur sports capital of the world' and is a prospering modern city in the state of Indiana. Famously known for the Indianapolis 500 and the Brickyard 400, the Indianapolis 500 is held on the Motor Speedway in May and is the largest single-day sporting event in the world. It's not all sporting prowess though, Indianapolis also boasts a fair amount of history in the Lockerbie Square district, which features cobbled streets and renovated Victorian homes.
The Caribbean Cove Indoor Water Park, Indianapolis Zoo and Greatimes Family Fun Park are further attractions worth noting. Broad Ripple Village is a popular place of interest and close to Indianapolis Airport (IND), being known for its historic sights, boutiques and restaurants, while Eiteljorg Museum and the Museum of Art add a touch of culture. Cincinnati is nearby and lies to the southeast, with Springfield and Columbus both located to the east.
Indianapolis International Airport (IND):|
|Address: 2500 South High School Road, Suite 100, Indianapolis, Indiana (IN), 46241, USA|
|Airport Code: IND
Tel: +1 317 487 9594
Fax: +1 317 487 5034