Indianapolis airport


Indianapolis International Airport (IND) is 16 minutes from downtown Indianapolis off I-70 via Exit 68.

The airport averages 135 daily flights to 38 nonstop destinations on eight major airlines. In 2013, approximately 7.2 million passengers were served at IND.

A destination and launching pad for both commerce and community, IND is strategically located just minutes from major U.S. interstates including I-65, I-865, I-69, I-70, and I-74, all of which connect to the city's I-465 beltway. It is also within minutes of U.S. 40, U.S. 31, and U.S. 52.

The eighth largest cargo center in the U.S., IND is home of the second-largest FedEx Express operation in the world. Approximately 2.2 billion pounds of cargo were managed at IND in 2013. IND is an important catalyst for economic development in Central Indiana and the Midwestern region, generating an annual economic impact of more than $4.5 billion for the area.

One of the first new airports to open in the U.S. since Sept. 11, 2001, Indianapolis cut the ribbon to its 1.2 million square foot airport complex off I-70 on November 11, 2008.

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Airline Phone Concourse
Air Canada 800.247.2262 A
Allegiant 702.505.8888 A
American 800.433.7300 B
Delta 800.221.1212 A
Frontier 800.432.1359 B
Southwest 800.435.9792 B
United 800.864.8331 A
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