Indianapolis International Airport (IND)
History, Facts and Overview
(Indianapolis, Indiana - IN, USA)
Dating back to 1931, Indianapolis Airport has a rich history and was used extensively during the war years of the early forties. In 1944, the airport was renamed as the Weir Cook Airport after a US pilot, and the next decade saw the successful construction of a new terminal, which remains in use today, although it has since been modernised a number of times.
The upper floor of the terminal is where most of the services and facilities at Indianapolis Airport are based, although there are essential passenger facilities throughout including banks, cash machines, a Travelex kiosk and a postal service.
Other facilities include a main food court area in the terminal, as well as a TGI Fridays and a Starbucks, while newsagents, gift shops and sweet shops are also onsite, along with a PGA Tour Shop for keen golfers.
Business facilities at Indianapolis International Airport (IND) are sited within the ticket area on the upper floor, and also in the clubrooms of the US Airways executive lounge on Concourse D. The conference room comes with a fax machine and telephones, along with dataports for Internet access.