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Description:More than 8.5 million passengers traveled through the Indianapolis International Airport (IND) last year, setting a new record for the terminal that opened in 2008, which serves as the primary location for air travel in Indiana.The Indy airport served half a million more passengers in 2016 than in 2015, and fell short just 1 percent of setting an all-time record for Indy airport operations, previously set in 2005.
Description:The Indianapolis Airport Authority’s governing board elected two new officers and reelected two standing officers this morning during its regular monthly meeting at the Indianapolis International Airport (IND).Barbara Glass was elected president, with Steve Dillinger elected vice president and Al Bennett reelected as secretary. IAA Senior Director of Finance Robert Thomson was reelected as treasurer.
Description:Allegiant Airlines announced today it will offer two new nonstop flights out of Indianapolis to Austin, Texas and Destin/Fort Walton, Florida beginning in May – bringing the total of nonstop flights offered via the Indianapolis International Airport to 46.
Description:Southwest Airlines’ announcement today of a new seasonal nonstop flight to San Diego is big news for Indy business and leisure travelers -- and a big addition to the Indianapolis International Airport’s access to the West Coast.“Southwest has taken the lead in flight capacity in Indianapolis,” said Mario Rodriguez, executive director of the Indianapolis Airport Authority. “They’ve been investing heavily in the Indy market, and have had their ears open to the customer. When they saw this opportunity to add San Diego, they made it happen.”
Description:April 14, 2015Facebook Comment PolicyIndianapolis Airport Official Facebook PageThe purpose of the Indianapolis Airport Facebook page is to share information about what is happening at the Indianapolis Airport. Comments are allowed on this page. Specific guidelines are in place to promote a more productive dialogue and the appropriate use of this page.Comments posted on the Indianapolis Airport Facebook page will be removed if they:• Are unrelated to the subject matter of the original post;• Are vulgar or offensive;• Contain personal attacks of any kind;• Contain offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group;• Are spam or include links to other sites; or• Pose a public safety issue (e.g. if posted comments include personal information or refer to open police investigations, etc.)While comments are subject to immediate removal for the above reasons, the poster may receive a response via Facebook direct message when a more thorough response is warranted. Please note that the comments expressed on this site may not reflect the opinions and official position of the Indianapolis Airport, its appointees, or employees.